“Saying Yes” Brother Tom Giardino, SM, Executive Director The powerful forces of the past pandemic year had a tendency in many of us to lead to a certain passivity regarding our lives.  I was pondering that when I encountered this question in an article I was reading, “What moral resources are available to us to…

Read More

Campus News Service in Action, A Peace Corps Volunteer’s Story March 12, 2021 by University Communications & Marketing “When I’m older, I want to join the Peace Corps.” Her uncle’s stories of the Peace Corps, living in a faraway place called Togo (West Africa) among people very different from him yet who became lifelong friends, had captured…

Read More

Campus News Human rights award to honor champion of environmental rights; Students to unveil Moral Courage Project about fight for clean water Environmental and climate justice will be at the heart of a series of University of Dayton events to honor the legacy of Saint Oscar Romero. The series will culminate with the University bestowing…

Read More

Campus News First class of Flyer Promise Scholars to graduate; program removes financial barriers, offers support for underserved students The University of Dayton’s first Flyer Promise Scholars will graduate this spring — cementing the success of the program created to remove financial barriers and offer support for underrepresented and underserved students. The first class of…

Read More

Campus News   A New Chapter by Alex Z. Salinas (B.A. ’11, M.A. ’19) Christmas Day, 2018. A couple of bags in hand, Shaima Khalaf flew into San Antonio to start a new life as a student in the Master of Arts in English Literature and Language program at St. Mary’s University. For 20 years, Khalaf had…

Read More