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Fine and Performing Arts

Bach to the Future

More than 300 years after his birth, German composer Johann Sebastian Bach is still well known. Despite frequent claims that classical music is dead, most Americans recognize Bach's name. Like the best things in life, Bach's music continues to appeal.

Faith/Mission

Catholic Education at the National Level

Susan Ferguson, the Director for the Center for Catholic Education, has been invited to serve as a consultant for the Committee on Catholic Education for the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops.

Faculty

'Principled Pragmatist'

Richard Perna is retiring after 34 years as a law professor, but he has had an impact on generations of students.

Technology

Scam of the Month: Faux PDF

Take a look at January's phishing scam of the month.

Technology

2017 Phishical Fitness Program

Learn how to detect "phishy" messages in 2017.

Human Rights

The Globalization of Indifference

The University of Dayton Human Rights Center's third biennial conference in November will explore challenges to human rights advocacy posed by the resurgence of racism, xenophobia and what Pope Francis has termed "the globalization of indifference."

Students and campus life

Back At It

At first I channeled into the overwhelming feeling of being back on campus.

President

Why We Honor Dr. King

At the annual Martin Luther King Jr. prayer breakfast, President Eric Spina offered personal reflections on why it's important to pause and honor the great civil rights leader.

Technology

The First Step To Password Domination: Categorize

Find out the best type of password for all your different online accounts.

Fine and Performing Arts

Arts Events: January 17, 2017

The Radial Gallery presents a four-person exhibition sharing the language of multiples or repetition in mixed and multiple media. We invite you to enjoy this and many other inspiring arts experiences during the upcoming weeks.


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