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Libraries January 14, 2022
Reflection, Inquiry, Dialogue, Action
Inspired by Martin Luther King Jr., Ione Damasco calls the University community to study, discuss and take part in the continuing pursuit of equality, equity and social justice.
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Campus and Community January 11, 2022
Our Chapel Replicated

A popular Nativity in the Marian Library contains a miniature homage to the University of Dayton's Chapel of the Immaculate Conception.

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Students and Campus Life January 04, 2022
Maps, Memes, Memory and More

Take a look back at the University Libraries' events and programs in fall 2021.

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Campus and Community December 19, 2021
Christmas Coloring Activities
Color your way to Christmas with these printables from the Marian Library for the last week of Advent.
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Students and Campus Life December 16, 2021
Onward and Upward
The welcome return to in-person learning this fall was cause for celebration—and high use of library services.
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Libraries December 13, 2021
Learning Luminary

An OhioLINK Luminaries intern spent much of the fall term learning about library research and instruction, and she applied what she learned in the design and delivery of a new program about redlining.

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Campus and Community December 12, 2021
Sharing the Joy That Is ‘At the Manger’

Straight from the Stuart and Mimi Rose Gallery to your screen, enjoy a selection of this year's At the Manger: World Nativity Traditions exhibit.

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Libraries December 06, 2021
Bread Crumbs

A research inquiry about a 1972 rock concert sends an archives intern on a groovy scavenger hunt.

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Libraries December 06, 2021
Resolve: Ensuring Inclusion

An internship in the University Archives and Special Collections kindles a commitment to ensure the inclusion of missing voices in archival collections.

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Libraries December 06, 2021
In Search of a Pencil

In reading the timeless wit and wisdom of Erma Bombeck, an archives intern discovers she has something in common with the iconic humorist.

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