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The time I met Ohio State's Mike Tomczak and being a good sport this season

Update: Apparently I mixed up my Ohio State quarterbacks from the 1980s whose last name begins with a “T.” Turns out it was Mike Tomczak and not Tom Tupa I met when I was a boy. 667 more words

Opinion

Dayton Flyers Forward Sam Miller Facing Assault Charges

Sam Miller, a soon-to-be junior forward for the University of Dayton Flyers, is facing assault charges in Greene County, Ohio.

According to Greene County court records, Miller, a 6’9″ 240 pound forward who averages 4.5 points and 2.3 rebounds per game, was arrested in Beavercreek for Disorderly Conduct and drinking underage and was then subsequently taken to the Greene County Jail and placed in a holding cell. 278 more words

College

Online Professional Development credit options

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Taking online courses are convenient and flexible.

Check out the University of Dayton (UD) website https://udayton.edu/education/departments_and_programs/other_programs/nondegreeworkshops/online_workshops.php

UD is offering workshop credit hours in collaboration with… 146 more words

Workshop

Janie Had a Little Lamb

Earlier in May, my youngest sister Jane graduated from the University of Dayton. Being the fifth child in our family to go to UD, we all made the final voyage to good old Dayton, Ohio for the grand finale. 2,161 more words

Humor

Bishop Zubik Calls An Uber, Driver Turns Out To Be Old Friend

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — When a leg problem stopped him from driving, Roman Catholic Bishop David Zubik started communing with a new world called “Uber.” Driver Sean Ferguson has driven him several times. 282 more words

News

May 4, 1970, Kent State, and the Lessons of Vietnam

May 4, 1970 is a under- appreciated date in American history,  but a pivotal date in my own development. It is the day of the Kent State shootings, of course, that changed the tone of anti-Vietnam protests by broadening political concern and, most likely, by reducing protestors willingness to encourage violent protests. 5,427 more words

Politics

Jerome Stueart interview (pt. 3)

The Clarion e-Bulletin caught up with Jerome Stueart (Clarion 2007), who is currently an adjunct professor at the University of Dayton. He joined Tiffany Davis, e-Bulletin co-editor, via Skype to discuss his… 1,538 more words