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UD in the News Aug. 7-20

Regional and local news featured UD's announcement that the Flyer Investments Fund is now the largest student-managed investment fund in the country and covered record enrollment and diversity as part of move-in day stories. Faculty and staff from the libraries and law school wrote for the national outlet The Conversation on the Internet and exploitation of Native Americans.

Flyer Investments Fund now largest student-run fund in country
Spectrum News, WDTN, WHIO
Bridget Momper, senior manager

UD starts new school year with record enrollment, diversity
Dayton Daily News, WDTN, ABC22/Fox45
Cari Wallace, Assistant Vice President for Student Development
Shane McGriff, Flyer Promise Scholar

The Internet Archive has been fighting for 25 years to keep what’s on the web from disappearing – and you can help
The Conversation
Kayla Harris, Christina BeisStephanie Shreffler, libraries

The disturbing history of how conservatorships were used to exploit, swindle Native Americans
The Conversation
Andrea Seielstad, law

The Memo: Fall in white population could add fuel to nativist fire
The Hill
Paul Becker, sociology

Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley officially launches bid for Ohio governor
Cincinnati Enquirer
Christopher Devine, political science

94% of Ohio’s teachers are white. Could that change any time soon?
Cincinnati Enquirer
Rochonda L. Nenonene, Urban Teacher Academy

Voices: UD investment in arts center fosters community, campus connection
Dayton Daily News
Jason Pierce, College of Arts and Sciences
Rick Krysiak, facilities management and planning

Taliban seize control
Shelley Inglis, Human Rights Center

City of Dayton updates its COVID-19 protocols, as lawmakers race to ban such requirements
Thaddeus Hoffmeister, law

Local Republican lawmakers trade accusations of ‘political ambition,’ ‘strange insult’
Dayton Daily News
Christopher Devine, political science


News and Communications Staff