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The flagship publication for alumni and friends of the University of Dayton.
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My Old House
Your old house, your history — and the memories today’s residents are making.
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Some of the band's members playing in harmony.

Sustainable harmony

Melinda Jacobs, a former flute player with the University of Dayton’s New Horizons Band, loved making music with her friends…

Kate Mayer

Finding her funny

“I was funny and lost my funny and came here to find it again.” That’s Kate Mayer, a writer attending…

Phil Donahue (behind the camera) takes a group selfie with members of the Bombeck family at the opening event of the 2014 Erma Bombeck Writers' Workshop at the University of Dayton. Afterward, he said, "This reminds me of what Jesus said at the last supper: 'If you guys want to get in the picture, you better get on this side of the table.'"

Remembering a revolutionary

You could hear balloons popping all over the Marriott ballroom. “The opportunities to skewer the balloons of pretense are everywhere,”…

Students attending Stander 2014 use a listening station in KU Lobby.

Community of learners

The topics covered in the American Studies Panel delved into topics ranging from John Mayer, The Hunger Games and ghosting…

Visual Arts presentations and displays in Marianist Hall Common Space.

Discovering Dayton

Senior Kathleen Gaffney presented her findings at the annual Brother Joseph W. Stander Symposium April 9.  However, the tools used…

Dr. Gerald Kerns

Teacher par excellence

Natalie Hudson remembers when, as a UD undergraduate, it was her time to enroll in the “dreaded class” all political…

A rabbit eats clover in the front yard of the Frericks Center by Larry Burgess

Noshing and staying alert

This rabbit keeps it’s eyes wide open and it’s ears smartly at the ready as it grazes on clover and…

Heritage Center flagpole gets solar lighting by Larry Burgess

Earth day

Ted Cooper, facilities electrician, installs solar panels on the flagpole at the Heritage Center to illuminate the flag at night.…

Robin sunning itself in a tree along Frericks Way by Larry Burgess

Hope and feathers

Emily Dickenson said: “Hope is a thing with feathers.” And so, perhaps we all hope the warm temperatures of springtime…

Celebrate Literacy team in KU Lobby by Larry Burgess

Celebrate literacy

Volunteers from English 100 level classes encouraged passers-by in KU Lobby to participate in Celebrate Literacy by buying a book…

Snow coated tulips by Campus South entrance sign by Larry Burgess

When the frost is on the tulip

When the frost is on the tulip, it must be Ohio where springtime weather can be capricious. What a difference…

Magnolia trees and a class change by Larry Burgess

Natural decoration

Students walk past beautiful blooming magnolia trees near Gosiger Hall after a brief afternoon rain. 4-14-14 by Larry Burgess

MOH 118 Lawnview illustration

My Old House: 118 Lawnview Ave.

“Trash Jenga.” That’s what you could find seniors Danny Braner, Matt DeSapri, Andrew Gibson, Dan Hawks, Mike Molnar and Matt…

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My Old House: 226 L Street

226 L St. was home to Lee Mason, Jim Yates, Pat Leneghan, Sean Connelly, Chris Petra, Doug DeRose and Jim…

The residents of 226 L St. love their porch and location close to campus – and have an inclination to decorate by subtle themes, from nautical to "Duck Dynasty."

My Old House: 226 L Street

The residents of 226 L St. love the location of their house — but they love decorating the inside of…

You might not see it here, but 452 Kiefaber is actually on a slant.

My Old House: 452 Kiefaber St.

The residents of 452 Kiefaber never have “a case of the Mondays.” Every Monday, the residents watch a musical or…

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My Old House: 7 Evanston

In August 2007, Brian Hoffer, Ashton Berner, Nick Adams, Scott Rotterman and Alex Urban moved into 7 Evanston, a landlord…

My Old House: 309 Kiefaber St.

309 Kiefaber has many unique features, perhaps the most distinctive being its cleanliness.

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‘You sunk my battleship’

Students participated in a gaming classic Friday, Nov. 1, during an evening “Battleship” tournament at the RecPlex. But this isn’t…

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A Worldly Celebration

Walking into the 1 World Celebration at McGinnis Center was disorienting. The lights dimmed, the music loud, a line of…

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A boy and his bicycle

He was half the size of the other bicyclists but on twice as many wheels. Three-year-old Eli Joseph joined Team…

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Day in the Life: Behind all those stories

How long does it take a UD communications student writer to be a story, rather than just writing the stories…

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Day in the life: Senior does more than just study

A typical day as a University of Dayton student doesn’t always take place on campus. Senior Sean Fickert, a mechanical engineering…

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Day in the life: New twist on group projects

Group projects are dreaded and despised in most college-level courses, and students usually associate them with chaos, frustration, and a…