University of Dayton

Education
10:02 am
Tue March 18, 2014

UD's St. Patrick's Parties Less Rowdy

Authorities say University of Dayton student neighborhoods toned down their St. Patrick's Day partying this year.

School officials said in a statement Monday night that students celebrated responsibly overall. Three people were arrested Monday afternoon in a gathering after classes ended, and police said there were at least 10 citations for violations of city open container laws.

It wasn't known immediately whether the people arrested were UD students.

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Around the Miami Valley
6:19 am
Fri February 14, 2014

US Senator Portman To Lead Trafficking Forum In Dayton

It’s estimated that more than 1,000 in Ohio are victims of sex-trafficking each year.  300,000 children nationwide are considered to be at high risk. Those numbers are galvanizing politicians, police agencies and other organizations to raise awareness about the war on human trafficking.

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Education
3:39 pm
Mon January 6, 2014

LGBT Group Faces Tolerance, If Not Always Acceptance, At Catholic University of Dayton

Members of Spectrum at the University of Dayton

Each semester, the WYSO News Department mentors journalism classes at Miami University and features the best story from each term on our website.

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Arts & Culture
6:00 am
Fri December 20, 2013

As Cityfolk Closes Its Doors, UD Takes On Jazz Programs

The board of Cityfolk voted unanimously this week to dissolve the organization and will pass on its assests to the University of Dayton. An agreement between the UD and Cityfolk will allow the arts organization’s jazz programming to continue after it closes.

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The Economy & Business
4:34 pm
Thu December 12, 2013

GE Aviation Opens New Research Center In Dayton

GE Aviation's Episcenter at the University of Dayton
Credit Courtesy of GE Aviation

GE Aviation and the University of Dayton are holding a grand opening ceremony Friday for a $53 million research facility called the Electrical Power Integrated Systems Center, or Episcenter. The high-tech 138,000 square foot facility at UD's campus represents a new chapter for product development at GE and an economic boost for the Dayton region.

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