Briefly Speaking

November 17, 2017

Engineering, Law, Hot Topics, Fine Arts, Business

Public comment is being sought for University reaccreditation and a local attorney's support for law review honors longtime law school faculty member. Plus, students and faculty will host event to benefit local food bank.


A Gift That Keeps Giving

November 09, 2017

Students, Catholic, Fine Arts, Education

Future teachers, pastoral ministers and musicians in need of help to fund their University of Dayton educations will receive a boost thanks to a generous gift that will fund scholarships in those areas.


Artist and Mystic

August 10, 2016

Fine Arts, Culture and Society

Artwork from Hans Friedrich Grohs, a German Expressionist whose pieces were hidden during the Nazi era, is on display through Nov. 13 at the University of Dayton.


Living Glass

April 01, 2016

Fine Arts, Students

University of Dayton students and faculty transformed reclaimed stained glass windows from the Chapel of the Immaculate Conception into new works of art that communicate what the University’s Marianist identity and community mean to them.


Living Glass

February 24, 2016

Fine Arts, Students

University of Dayton students and faculty transformed reclaimed stained glass windows from the Chapel of the Immaculate Conception into new works of art that communicate what the University’s Marianist identity and community mean to them.


A Year of Mary

January 19, 2016

Catholic, Fine Arts

Treasures from the University of Dayton's Marian Library will be on display throughout 2016 as the library reaches into its vast collection for five exhibits, including the religious works of one of the most important representatives of German Expressionism.


It's Your Nature

October 22, 2015

Campus and Community, Fine Arts, Human Rights

University of Dayton first-year students will experience Dayton Ballet’s performance of Romeo and Juliet as they explore nature under the third annual Rites. Rights. Writes. series.


Curiouser and Curiouser

May 18, 2015

Culture and Society, Fine Arts, Campus and Community

A University of Dayton Libraries exhibit will mark the 150th anniversary of Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and celebrate a local book collector's gift of a colorful, whimsical special edition illustrated by Salvador Dali.


Dead Man Walking

February 12, 2015

Fine Arts, Culture and Society, Campus and Community, Hot Topics, Catholic

The University of Dayton is exploring issues around the death penalty in a series of events ranging from music, art, discussions and a visit by the nun who authored Dead Man Walking.


Awarding Creativity

February 11, 2015

Faculty, Students, Fine Arts, Campus and Community

The American Advertising Federation-Dayton awarded a number of 2015 Hermes/ADDY Awards to University of Dayton students, faculty and staff for creative excellence in graphic design, marketing and advertising.

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