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UD in the News Feb. 9-15

A new statewide news service for Ohio highlighted the Marian Library's collections and the University's work to transform the former fairgrounds into onMain, Dayton's Imagination District.

Faculty also shared their expertise in outlets around the country on law and racial issues, among other topics. Locally and regionally, media covered UD's Black Catholic Mass and spring career and internship fair plus tapped faculty expertise to explain Dayton's water main break.

A sample of the news coverage from Feb. 9-15 is below, and you can click here to view links to all of the University's media coverage during February. 

Virgin Mary Collection At UD's Marian Library One Of World's Largest
Spectrum News 1
Sarah Cahalan, Marian Library

Dayton Is Building An Entire Neighborhood
Spectrum News 1
Paul Benson, provost

Blackface Scandal Prompts Others to Confront Their Memories
The Associated Press (Has run in more than 400 outlets, including the websites of The Washington Post, ABC News, Miami Herald and Houston Chronicle)
Leslie Picca, sociology

‘El Chapo’ Jurors Weigh a Mountain of Evidence and a Complex Web of Charges
Los Angeles Times
Thaddeus Hoffmeister, School of Law

Charisma: Is it a Path for Ethiopia?
The Ethio Sun
Messay Kebede, philosophy

Road Signs Would Honor Crash Victims, Provide Alternative to Spontaneous Memorials
Omaha World-Herald
Art Jipson, sociology

A Picture Says a Thousand Words: Black History Month Mass at UD
The Catholic Telegraph

University of Dayton Holding Its Spring Career and Internship Fair

Water Main Break Coverage
WHIO-TV, ABC22/Fox45
Don Chase; civil, environmental and engineering mechanics 


News and Communications Staff