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Libraries March 21, 2023
UD in Print … Online

What was student life like in the 1950s, '60s and '70s? Recently digitized student newspapers will take you there. 

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Campus and Community March 09, 2023
Lent, Ramadan, Passover Intersect
Observers of Lent, Ramadan and Passover demonstrate the religious diversity of the University of Dayton community.
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Libraries February 28, 2023
E is for Everyone
Librarian Zachary Lewis helped select 82 inaugural titles to establish OhioLINK’s diversity, equity, and inclusion e-book collection.
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Libraries February 23, 2023
Eat Food. Not Too Much. Mostly Plants.

Camila Sánchez-González '23 reflects on one of the new sustainability-themed titles in the leisure reading collection. She shares what she thinks about the book, the history behind “healthy eating” and more book recommendations. 

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Libraries February 22, 2023
Before the Shelf
OhioLINK Luminaries intern Camila Sánchez-González '23 shares her experiences behind the scenes at Roesch Library.
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Libraries February 02, 2023
Midterm Cheer
Therapy dogs, free coffee, snacks and crafts will make midterms feel less mid.
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Libraries January 31, 2023
Father of Black History
The story and the man behind Black History Month: Carter G. Woodson.
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Libraries January 26, 2023
Real Dialogue, Real Change

At the personal level, Black history shows that dialogue leads to positive change.

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Libraries January 11, 2023
Best Books!
Scott West highlights bestsellers, award winners and diverse perspectives available to borrow from Roesch Library's leisure reading collection.
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Libraries January 03, 2023
5 Ways to Honor Martin Luther King Jr.
Library staff member Kevin Cretsos shares five ways anyone can honor the life and work of Martin Luther King Jr.
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