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You deserve a magazine as lively as your UD experience and as portable as your fondest Flyer memories.

We have just what you want, in all the formats you need: iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch and Android. And it’s all free, always available whenever you need it.

The interactive editions offer multimedia features and hyperlinks that bring alive the sights and sounds we report in print. You can paddle the Great Miami River with the River Stewards, join a student on her summer of service in Appalachia, or sit among Red Scare during the season’s biggest game. Class notes remain available only in the print issue.

With a launch in July 2011, the University of Dayton Magazine become among the first alumni magazines in the country to be available as an iPad app.

We hope you like it. Download it today, and tell your friends:

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(The digital magazine, with all its multimedia extras, can be viewed on Kindle and other platforms using the online flipbook version. Link to the current issue is found here: http://magazine.udayton.edu.)

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  • On a blustery day in October, Rudy Flyer and an XU Musketeer battle it out in front of KU Plaza at the Red Scare table. The dramatic mascot scuffle spread excitement for the women's soccer and volleyball rivalry games this past weekend.
  • sand volleyball