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Friday October 13, 2017

UD in the News Oct. 7-13

National media turned to University of Dayton faculty for insight on Catholic and legal issues during the second week of October.

Fox News quoted law professor Thaddeus Hoffmeister and the Philadelphia Inquirer quoted theologian Jason Paul Bourgeois on Our Lady of Fatima. Princeton Review publisher Rob Franek also highlighted the return on investment of a University of Dayton education on Chicago's WGN-TV.

A sample of the news coverage for Oct. 7-13 is below, and you can click here to view links to all of the University's media coverage for the month.

Lawyer takes on Google, Facebook, Twitter over terror videos
Fox News
Thaddeus Hoffmeister, School of Law

Catholics mark 100 years since Our Lady of Fatima warned about Russia and war
The Inquirer
Jason Paul Bourgeois, International Marian Research Institute

Surviving the college admission process
WGN-AM morning show (Chicago)
University of Dayton gets a nice mention for return on investment starting at 2:35

Advocates find there’s little to like in White House immigration plan
Catholic Daily via Catholic News Service (Ten Catholic publications nationwide picked up this story).
Mark Ensalaco, Human Rights Center

Ferguson Voices
The Big Listen on WAMU-FM, Washington, D.C.'s NPR affiliate
Jada Woods, student and Moral Courage Project team member

Richmond's airport came alive at the beginning of aviation's golden era
Richmond Times-Dispatch
Janet Bednarek, history

Simplify Your Life Is The Message Of The Minimalists, Coming To UD Later This Month
WVXU-FM
University of Dayton Speaker Series

It's candy time: tips to keep Halloween healthy
Dayton Daily News
Diana Cuy Castellanos, School of Education and Health Sciences

Fire Safety Week
WDTN-TV
Robin Oldfield, environmental health and safety
Rodney Chatman, public safety

The University of Dayton is finding ways to build better roads and bridges in Ohio
WHIO-TV
School of Engineering

Dayton Opera’s The Consul echos issues of the day
Dayton City Paper
Sharon Davis Gratto, Graul Chair in Arts and Languages

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