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Discover the Marian Library

By Kayla Harris and Ann Zlotnik

You may have seen Marian artwork in campus buildings or have friends who have visited the Marian Library with their class — but how much do you know about the Marian Library?

An integral part of the University of Dayton community, this world-renowned library of special collections devoted to the study and appreciation of the Blessed Mother is a unique resource open to students of all majors for research, personal devotion and even entertainment.

Participants in this PATH-eligible online program will complete a virtual scavenger hunt through the Marian Library’s website and digital resources. They will have the chance to practice searching the catalog; contemplate a Marian statue; and take a quick break by playing a matching game. 

If you are a UD student and would like to earn a PATH point, the program is available online Feb. 1-21. It takes approximately 30 to 45 minutes to complete. Please visit the event’s page in 1850 to get started. 

You don’t have to be a UD student to participate in this scavenger hunt. If you would simply like to learn more about the Marian Library, use this link to begin. Please do not submit your name and email address on the last slide.

For more information about this program, contact Kayla Harris or Ann Zlotnik.

Kayla Harris is an assistant professor and librarian/archivist in the Marian Library. Ann Zlotnik is a graphic designer and the communications and creative coordinator for the University Libraries and the Marian Library.

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