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Faith/Mission April 20, 2021
These Student Houses Stand Out for More Than Their Overly Big Dinner Tables

In UD's Marianist Student Communities, students pray together, eat meals together, share Marianist community with neighbors, and are involved in Campus Ministry or other faith formation activities.

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Campus and Community April 05, 2021
Ramadan
Ramadan is observed by Muslims all around the world as a month of increased devotion and self-discipline and is honored as the most sacred month of the year.
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Campus and Community March 22, 2021
Passover: Saturday March 27 - Sunday April 4, 2021
Members of the University of Dayton community celebrate important religious holidays and cultural celebrations that span many different faith and cultural traditions.  Passover, celebrated by Jewish people, begins on Saturday March 27 and continues until April 4, 2021. 
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Campus and Community March 17, 2021
Holi: Sunday, March 28 – Monday, March 29, 2021
Members of the University of Dayton community celebrate important religious holidays and cultural celebrations that span many different faith and cultural traditions.  Sunday, March 28 is Holi, a spring festival with Hindu origins celebrated in India and other areas of South Asia.
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Diversity and Inclusion March 11, 2021
Nowruz

Members of the University of Dayton community celebrate important religious holidays and cultural celebrations that span many different faith and cultural traditions. Sunday, March 21st is Nowruz, the Iranian New Year which is celebrated worldwide.

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Human Rights March 09, 2021
2021 Miryam Award
The Center for Social Concern is pleased to award this year’s Miryam Award to Laura Bistrek, the Executive Director of the Diversity in Engineering Center.
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Campus and Community February 12, 2021
Reflections on Ash Wednesday 2021
Catholics begin on Ash Wednesday with the call, “Remember that you are dust, and to dust you shall return” and then continue with the Lenten Sunday Gospel cycle hearing of Jesus’ 40 day trek into the desert.
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Faith/Mission February 12, 2021
The Baha’i tradition celebrates Ayyam-i-Ha or Intercalary Days
Beginning the evening of Feb 24 through Feb 28, 2021 members of the Baha’i tradition celebrate Ayyám-i-Há, or “Days of Ha,” These days are devoted to spiritual preparation for the month long fast, Alá that follows.
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Campus and Community February 03, 2021
Lunar New Year
Members of the University of Dayton community celebrate important religious holidays and cultural celebrations that span many different faith and cultural traditions.  Lunar New Year is the celebrated in China, Vietnam, Korea, and in countries and territories with significant East Asian populations. This year, Lunar New Year is on Friday, February 12.  To our all students, staff and faculty who celebrate Lunar New Year, we wish you a happy, prosperous, and healthy new year.  Happy New Year!  Xīn nián kuài lè! 
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Faith/Mission November 06, 2020
Diwali
Members of the University of Dayton community celebrate important religious holidays and cultural celebrations that span many different faith and cultural traditions.  Saturday, November 14, is Diwali, the ancient Hindu "Festival of Lights”.
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