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This fall, Susan Shelangoskie, PhD, returned to campus after spending a semester on sabbatical researching Victorian technology--including obtaining special access to archives in England. While abroad, she analyzed rare documents and viewed objects such as the experimental telegraphs that were the first to be used to solve a murder.
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"I became fascinated with the story of black physicians and their struggles, triumphs, and everyday lives as medical professionals. Studying them opened my eyes to institutional racism within medicine that affected both physicians and patients."
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Christine Krause spent her Christmas break assisting children at the Navajo Nation's Tuba City Boarding School in Arizona.
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Lourdes' fall semester took an interactive turn as faculty got creative while engaging students in the classroom. Through enhanced courses and classroom activities, students were presented with new ways of learning.
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The book, In Our Boots, grew out of a series of Veteran's Writing Workshops hosted conjointly by Lourdes University Professor Holly Baumgartner, PhD and Amy Hartman, Adult Services Librarian at the Sylvania Branch Library.
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The Sisters of St. Francis of Sylvania can count three sets of twins among their ranks. Can you name the three sets of twins below?
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Read fun facts and watch slideshows and videos.
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Learn more about Jacob Lawrence's works, his life and accomplishments, as well a professor's involvement with Ohio's oldest museum, Firelands Museum.
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"The Franciscan experience has always been about relationships," notes Sr. Ann Carmen. "In the Sacrum Commercium, or Sacred Exchange, Lady Poverty asks Francis where he and his brothers (friars or companions) live. He answers without hesitation that the world is their cloister, their home. That continues to be true for the nearly million women and men who belong to the Franciscan family.
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Duns Scotus Library is my favorite place on the Lourdes University campus. The architectural jewel of that space is the Great Window in the west wall of the Library.
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