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Alumni Launch the Class of 1985 Endowed Scholarship

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provost and incoming president jonathan j. sanford, ph.d.

“President Hibbs is a man of remarkable character, wisdom and vision. In a short period of time, he has done a great deal for the University of Dallas, and we will reap the benefits of his presidency for many years to come. It is with joy and gratitude that I look forward to continuing to work with President Hibbs.”

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“I look at learning the same way others might look at going to the gym. If you leave a class and your head is mildly aching, that’s how it should be; learning should make your head ache a little. If it’s too easy, you’re in the wrong class. For you to pay tuition and not have your mind stretched is a little like going to an expensive restaurant and not finishing your meal.

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Sisters Serving UD: Sister Mary Angelica: A Thousandfold Back

It is no surprise that the University of Dallas, chartered by religious women, has had over 50 alumnae who have said “yes” to the call to religious life. In 1952, The Superior of the Western Province of the Sisters of St. Mary of Namur, Mother Theresa Weber, declared, "We need a Catholic co-educational college in this area!" On May 25, 1955, the Sisters officially received the charter for the University of Dallas. UD's first trustees were all religious women: Mother Theresa Weber, Sister Mildred Manning, Sister Mary Frances Connaughton, Sister Mary Byron, Sister Myrtl Owens and Sister Elizabeth Johnston.

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2.24.21 | Frederick Douglass and the Philosophy of Religion

In celebration of Black History Month, the UD Philosophy Department and the Department of Human and Social Sciences invite you to attend a lecture by Dr. Timothy Golden on his forthcoming book Frederick Douglass and the Philosophy of Religion: An Interpretation of Narrative, Art, and the Political. LEARN MORE

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