Bette Rogge Morse '44, '77, noted Dayton television pioneer and stalwart University of Dayton supporter, passed away Jan. 20, 2015. She was 92. Wayne H. and Bette Rogge Morse donated two collections to the University of Dayton Archives and Special Collections.
This is the last week to come see the Nativity exhibits at Roesch Library. All three exhibits will be open Saturday and Sunday 1-5 p.m. with docents.
Each year Amazon releases its list of the Best Books. Roesch Library's Leisure Reading Collection has many books featured on the 2014 list. What did you read? What did you miss? Come check out the whole collection on the first floor of Roesch Library.
University of Dayton Libraries will join the rest of the campus community and the world in celebrating the Year of Consecrated Life with a multimedia exhibition that highlights consecrated men and women through personal reflection, photography, artwork and artifacts.
At the Manger Nativity exhibits are open through January 25th. Nativities on the second floor were all created by local children and you can vote for your favorite.
University of Dayton students, faculty and staff now have full access to The New York Times online (NYTimes.com) and NYTimes mobile apps, as well as their international editions, from any location via the NYT Group Pass program.
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The Gallery 249 exhibit Faith, Reason, and One-Hour Processing curated by Joel Whitaker highlights photographs and objects from the Marian Library’s Apparitions Collection.
Today’s students might know the Frericks Center as the place to go to cheer on their Flyers’ volleyball team. What is not as readily known...
Volunteer as tribute for Roesch Finals Games. Victor wins one private, VIP study room for finals week.
May the odds be ever in your favor! Roesch Library is celebrating The Hunger Games series with a themed finals week.