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New Poetry

The latest book by Martina Reisz Newberry is Where it Goes.

Albino Carillo said this about Where it Goes:

As a poet Newberry crafts lines of hot, personal intensities. 412 more words

University of Dayton's Rebranding Nightmare

University of Dayton proudly unveiled its unfortunate new athletic logo last week, which has been largely skewered by their alumni.    Noble intentions, but not exactly the desired outcome.       585 more words

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Dayton Daily News: UD president Daniel Curran to catch game in China tonight

By Will Garbe, Staff Writer

If the Dayton Flyers beat the Stanford Cardinal tonight to advance to the NCAA Elite Eight, there’s sure to be celebration on the University of Dayton campus. 97 more words

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The UD Logo and an Overreaction to Modernity

Fellow Flyers,

As many of you know, on July 18th, the University of Dayton revealed a new look to the athletic brand that offers an updated take to a logo that is old enough to buy a pack of smokes, pay off those student debts, and shotgun a beer in front of a police officer without the threat of jail time.   849 more words

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University of Dayton Celebrates Its Legal Profession Program

Kyle T. Kirts has spent nearly two decades providing legal council on matters such as juvenile justice reform, family law, and eviction proceedings. Prior to beginning his career, Kyle Kirts earned a juris doctor from the University of Dayton School of Law in Ohio. 123 more words

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University of Dayton unveils new logo


DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – The University of Dayton unveiled its new athletic logo Friday afternoon.

Already painted on the basketball court, it is a giant, red letter D and looks like it is moving forward. 282 more words

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Holy Cards Collection

Digital@UDayton is the digital library made possible by the University of Dayton Libraries and the Department of Visual Arts. The digital Holy Cards Collection was a surprising discovery and a joy to peruse.  117 more words

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