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The flagship publication for alumni and friends of the University of Dayton.
Snapshots
A look at campus life through a photographer’s lens.
My Old House
Your old house, your history — and the memories today’s residents are making.
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An insider’s look at student life, campus events, alumni stories and more.
University of Dayton Magazine
Fateh Azzam spoke Tuesday  evening in Sears Recital Hall.

More than a headline

In today’s media-saturated world, it is all too easy to believe that merely skimming headlines can provide us with an…

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In Memoriam: Linda Majka

Linda Majka, professor of sociology, died Nov. 17, in Dayton. She was 67. In more than 30 years on the…

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Heavy hitters

“It isn’t just about a bunch of hairy guys in Spandex.” That was the message associate professor of English Bryan…

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Out of the box

ArtStreet exists to incorporate the creative process in every aspect of the University experience, and that progression boils down to…

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A different kind of peace

For many people, peace means happiness and mutual friendliness. For others, it means freedom. For poet and screenwriter Sherman Alexie,…

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The world through a lens

As our international population expands, so must our perspectives on the world. Perspectives: Citizens of the World 2014 was one…

Thankful Thursday by Larry Burgess

Thankful Thursday

Members of Kappa Delta, including (standing at right) Abbey Graves, sophomore, biology major from Chicago, are handing out lollypops and…

Tree trimming in Roesch Library Lobby by Larry Burgess

Santa’s advance team

Workers from Furst The Florest of Dayton install and trim a Christmas tree in the lobby of Roesch Library. They…

BUilding chairs in sculpture class by Larry Burgess

Artistic furniture

(from left) Rebecca Washington, 5th year fine arts illustration major from Dayton, uses a table saw to cut a board…

Making buckeyes at Kennedy Union by Larry Burgess

Buckeyes in formation

Santhoshini Rekha, graduate student in electrical engineering from Hyderabad, India, dips orbs of peanut butter into liquid chocolate as she…

Students playing racquetball at RecPlex by Larry Burgess

Cold outside, warm up at RecPlex

Jordan Gatterdam, sophomore, marketing and international business major from Columbus, serves the racquetball as he teaches, Jenna DiPaolo, sophomore education…

Flock of birds on FItz Hall by Larry Burgess

Grounded

A huge flock of birds rested on power wires and ledges of Fitz Hall along Brown Street this morning, no…

The residents say that 120 Evanston was recently renovated and painted – so the residents upgraded their sound system as well.

My Old House: 120 Evanston

The residents of 120 Evanston have wildly different majors and schedules, but they still make time to lose intramural baseball…

"We like that our porch sits on a hill. We're the kings of the castle, overlooking the whole street."

My Old House: 434 Lowes St.

The residents of 434 Lowes celebrate their last semester as the “kings of the castle” living on one of the…

The current residents boast a piece of outdoor furniture not many other students can claim: a porch swing. “It gives our porch some character,” one resident says.

My Old House: 221 Kiefaber St.

Location and size are the features that attracted this group of seniors to 221 Kiefaber. Take a look inside to…

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My Old House: 434 Lowes St.

The average time for a student to live in the student neighborhood is one year. These spirited ladies of 434…

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My Old House: 118 Stonemill Road

It was all fun and games until someone stole their porch swing. Then, the 1987-88 residents of 418 Stonemill declared…

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My Old House: 118 Stonemill Road

Six men spent the 2013-14 academic year living at 118 Stonemill, a Fellow house. The residence came complete with a…

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What’s in a name

The 2014 Native Peoples of the Americas Colloquium got off to a strong start with a passionate discussion about the…

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The miracle of paper

“’We continue to believe that books involve the ideas that turn us from isolated souls into a powerful community,’” said…

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Big gift, global good

At the announcement, there was a gasp from the crowd followed by a long ovation — sustained clapping for the…

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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…