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Sociology & Justice Studies Chair elected VP of Ohio council

Dale Lanigan, Ed.D. has been appointed VP of the Ohio Council of Criminal Justice Education.

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Luminations earns $257k for student scholarships

More than 500 guests came out to celebrate higher education and raise funds for student scholarships!

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“Gathering of the Green” to raise funds for Irish citizens

Join us for a night of celebrating Irish culture with food, a silent auction and live music and dance!

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Lourdes announces 2014 commencement ceremony

Brian Kennedy and Ann Anderson Stranahan to receive honorary degrees

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Instructor to research Holocaust survivors

Harms to be part of the Fulbright-Hays Project, Walking Witness: Civic Responsibility in the Shadow of the Holocaust.

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2014 Luminations announced

Featuring performances by Broadway's Timothy Shew, and the Toledo Ballet, Opera, and Symphony.

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6 Things That Surprised My Socks Off When I Came To Lourdes

The sisters are not what you think, free food galore, and more that surprised me when I started at Lourdes!

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Congratulations 2014 faculty pilgrims

Going back to my pilgrimage experience only takes a little invitation – a word, a picture, a story....

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Professor uses science fiction to explore leadership

Professor Yost shares leadership lessons learned from science fiction in her book  From Starship Captains to Galactic Rebels.

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Wrapping Up Our Time In Tennessee

It is hard to believe that the last day of being in Tennessee doing Habitat for Humanity has come so soon. It feels like just yesterday that the Tennessee Team got here.

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