News Archive

News releases older than 2015 can be found at the University's eCommons site.

Students February 11, 2015
Awarding Creativity

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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Faith/Mission February 02, 2015
Gilded Art

The University of Dayton's Marian Library will feature an exhibit that uses precious 22-karat gold leaf for art featuring Mary, the mother of Jesus.

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Campus and Community November 18, 2014
A Priceless Gift

Local businessman gives two rare books to the University of Dayton following an exhibit featuring samples from his collection.

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Fine and Performing Arts November 04, 2014
Little Saints Bringing Gifts

From kings to lavender cutters to poker players, a new collection of dozens of santons from Provence bring their gifts to our annual Nativity display.

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Campus and Community September 11, 2014

A new name, a new emphasis. The Arts Series becomes ArtsLIVE and brings jazz, international and classical live performances to campus.

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Students March 17, 2014
Forty Years of Music that Heals

The music therapy program has partnered with local agencies and attracted hundreds of students to bring healing power of music to others.

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Fine and Performing Arts February 04, 2014
Artist and Teacher

A new exhibit in the University of Dayton's Roesch Library will celebrate the life and work of sculptor Robert C. Koepnick.

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Faith/Mission January 23, 2014
The Rosary Illustrated

Next month, in a new exhibit in the Marian Library, a series of paintings will be on display to highlight the Mysteries of the Rosary.

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Fine and Performing Arts January 14, 2014
Created Equal

A powerful documentary film series and campus discussions will explore the history of civil rights in America.

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Faculty and Staff January 09, 2014
A life of music

The University community remembers a beloved music lecturer who encouraged everyone to sing along.

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