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Christmas on Campus returns to full in-person tradition

University of Dayton Christmas on Campus returns to its full in-person tradition Thursday, Dec. 8, with more than 1,000 Dayton Public Schools students paired with undergraduates to enjoy a visit from Santa, live Nativity, crafts and more.

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11.28.22

It's an equation that may seem impossible, an engineering professor using math to help find solutions for homelessness in Montgomery County, but Raúl Ordóñez believes his class can calculate some very real answers.

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11.21.22

Articles written by University of Dayton faculty for the popular news organization The Conversation have been read more than 6 million times worldwide.

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11.18.22

Entrepreneur magazine listed UD's entrepreneurship program among the nation's best for the 17th consecutive year. Political scientist Christopher Devine shared his expertise with Newsweek and Sinclair Broadcasting's The National Desk.

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11.15.22

When Jadah Meadows enrolled at a high school for at-risk students, she didn’t expect to graduate and be working a year later, but after a lesson on resilience from UD’s Institute of Applied Creativity for Transformation, she reformed her life.

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11.15.22

The University of Dayton is among the top 10 in the nation for entrepreneurship among schools with under 10,000 undergraduates, according to The Princeton Review and Entrepreneur magazine.

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11.14.22

University of Dayton students working with Abolition Ohio in the UD Human Rights Center will testify on behalf of two bills Nov. 16 at the Ohio statehouse that will help human trafficking victims get back on their feet.

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11.11.22

Political scientists offered insight into the 2022 elections. Sustainability expert Bob Brecha wrote about the U.N. climate summit for The Conversation. WDTN-TV featured the New Horizons music program, which helps adults discover passion for music.

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11.10.22

A new, family-friendly Christmas exhibit at the University of Dayton shares the medieval story of a juggler whose humble performance as a gift to Virgin Mary brought her statue to life.

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