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Lessons Learned

Lessons Learned

Our Alumni November 30, 2018
Fifty graduates from a half century reflect on a life acquired in and out of the classroom

As Flyers, we all share a common bond.

But our worlds of experience are as individual as the stars.

The birth of a child, the loss of a job, the perfect spoonful of ice cream — it is the stuff of life that teaches us to survive and thrive.

So we reached out to you, our Flyer family, for your wisdom, wit, observations and revelations. The riches you returned filled our hearts and these pages. As individuals, those who responded represent a single class year, but the lessons they’ve learned encompass a shared humanity.

And we invite you to keep the learning going. Send us your own lessons learned to magazine@udayton.edu.

Lessons, as told to Gita Balakrishnan, Molly Blake ’96, Thomas M. Columbus, Danielle Damon ’18, Debbie Juniewicz ’90, Leigh Hall, Shannon Shelton Miller, Jeaneen Parsons, Michelle Tedford ’94 and Matt Trybus ’19

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