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What's new at DML

Examples of memoribilia from the Notarianni Political Collectin

"The Popular Vote...Loses" - new exhibit on the 4th floor

Check out this exhibit on the end shelves of the Notarianni Political Collection, 4th floor of the library. Five presidential candidates have won the popular vote of the people, and yet lost the election. This exhibit displays some of the campaign items of the losers, as well as those of their victorious opponents.

Dayton Memorial Library - A Blueprint for Success

Check out our new library orientation video, “Dayton Memorial Library – A Blueprint for Success.” This is the result of collaborative efforts between the Digital Initiatives & Preservation and Research & Instruction departments in the library. Great work!

screenshot of Opus Prize resource guide

Opus Prize 2017 resource guide

The library created a resource guide related to the finalists for the 2017 Opus Prize. Regis University is hosting the 2017 Opus Prize Foundation Award Ceremony on October 11, 2017. The Opus Prize is a faith-based humanitarian award, awarded in partnership with Catholic universities.

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