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Your old house, your history — and the memories today’s residents are making.
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Lessons from afar

When I think of India, my mind fills with slums of brightly painted buildings and contrasting dirt roads. I envision…

Katie Willard uses a solar oven to activate carbon.

ETHOS Immersion: Peace from Patna

After just five weeks, chemical engineering seniors Katie Willard ’17 and Claudia Labrador Rached ’17 have gained significant experience solving…

prayer service, Peace Pole

Working across differences

President Eric F. Spina is calling on the campus community to pray, engage in dialogue and “work across differences” in…


A new perspective

Junior Jamie Vieson has been interning in the Ohio Attorney General’s office as part of the Statehouse Civic Scholars program,…

Father Michael Fish presents "Contemplation in Everyday Life" at the Summit

Contemplation and innovation for Catholic educators

The University of Dayton Center for Catholic Education hosted the fifth annual Catholic Education Summit, “A Crucible for Faith, Learning…

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Opportunity of a Lifetime

What comes to mind when you think of Catholicism? For many, it’s Pope Francis, the Bishop of Rome and the…

New pavers in front of Humanities by Larry Burgess

Bricks and muscle

A crew of workers from Beavercreek Landscape remove the existing pavers at the entrance to the Humanities building. The current…

Raindrops sit like jewels on plants after a recent storm

Beauty after the storm

Nature creates its own beauty as raindrops left by a recent storm glisten from blades of grass. This rain was…

Biology summer research student in lab by Larry Burgess

Biology summer research

Chris Turley, junior biology major from Hattiesburg, Mississippi, preps microscope slides for frog cell protein research. Chris and others are…

Construction St. Joseph Hall by Larry Burgess

Navigation aid on the roof

Like a lighthouse, shining out a beacon of hope, the dormer that contains a cross and the statues of St.…

Silhouette of Mary statue in the sun by Larry Burgess

Searing star of morning

The scorching forecast predicted for today could be illustrated, as this silhouette of Mary of the column with the morning…

Hawks above Baujan FIeld by Larry Burgess

Pilot to tower

Someone watching these two Red-tailed hawks, high above Baujan Field, might be reminded of a bit of dialogue from the…

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My Old House: 124 Evanston

The newly renovated exterior of the three-bedroom, one-bathroom house built in 1909 has a mystery tomato plant in the spacious…


My Old House: 228 College Park

228 College Park, conveniently close to both campus and Brown Street, boasts a bright blue exterior and a well-kept front…

My Old House: 339 Stonemill

The residents of 339 Stonemill Road met during their first year, from both the rowing club and their shared floor…

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My Old House: 101 Woodland

101 Woodland has 6 girls, 3 bedrooms, 2 refrigerators, and a whole lot of heart.

Two of the five residents of 308 Kiefaber just moved in after spending a semester abroad. So while the house is still developing it’s own traditions, the four juniors and one senior have wasted no time making the place feel like home.

My Old House: 308 Kiefaber St.

Two of the five residents of 308 Kiefaber just moved in after spending a semester abroad. So while the house…

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My Old House: 58 Woodland Ave.

The 6 women living at 58 Woodland enjoy their newly renovated house. The women, though all have different personalities, come…

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Your flight plan

On June 21, alumni, parents, faculty, staff and other friends of the University will receive an email invitation to UD’s…

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Celebrating Curran

During an evening of heartfelt accolades, President Dan Curran brought down the house by poking fun at himself at a…

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Still crazy after all these years: Red Scare turns 20

UPDATE Jan. 7, 2016: UD students’ passion for community is apparent when Red Scare is in full throat. CBS Sports…

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Clinton shares lessons from Dayton Peace Accords during 20-year commemoration

Former U.S. President Bill Clinton returned to Dayton Nov. 19 for a commemoration of the 20th anniversary of the Dayton…

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Leaving a legacy

When he was a student, Tom Schmitt ’01 was sitting on his Lawnview porch when alumni walked up, wanting to…

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One more chance

The “Road to the Final Four” starts in Dayton, and since the inception of the First Four in 2011, at…