Andrew Walsh is an author, researcher, and academic librarian at Sinclair Community College. He lives in the historic Oregon District with his wife and their exceptionally coddled cat. He occasionally takes the long way just to look at one of his favorite old buildings.
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BY TONY KROEGER
@ VOL 26
ON MAR 09, 2016
Tony Kroeger presented Dayton Obscura – Tales of the overlooked and sometimes dark history of Dayton. While Dayton will always love the prominent historical stories of the Wright Brothers, Charles Kettering, and John Patterson, there is much more to Dayton history. Kroeger delves into some of those overlooked topics, such as the role of Dayton in the Manhattan Project, the arrest of John Dillinger, and hidden burial grounds.
BY AMANDA ARRINGTON
@ VOL 34
ON JAN 18, 2018
Amanda Arrington, Brad Keck, Brandon Stafford and Sharon Mitchell present on Dayton Corps, an AmeriCorps program through ServeOhio, administered by the University of Dayton Fitz Center for Leadership in Community. In Dayton Corps, members serve in three areas: neighborhood leadership development, housing insecurity and employment, and education. Dayton Corps AmeriCorps members are poets, football coaches, college students, veterans, retirees and more--Individuals that commit their time and skills to get things done!
One Family's Memories: 100 years of our Dayton Stories
BY HEATHER SCHIEMAN
@ VOL 36
ON SEP 13, 2018
Heather Schieman the last in Dayton to bare her family name, is a 5th generation Daytonian who has a strong love of this city, not only for what it is today, but for its rich history and past. A resident of South Park, employee of UD, and frequent visitor of Ghostlight and Warped Wing, Heather is constantly creating her own Dayton stories just a stones throw away from where her family's story first began.
The DAI - Our Rich History and Our Bright Tomorrow
BY MICHAEL ROEDIGER
@ VOL 38
ON FEB 07, 2019
A native of Dayton, Michael Roediger is the first Director born and raised in the region. Working with the amazing Dayton Art Institute team, Michael has led charge to pay of more than $16 million in debt; received nearly $4 million in State Capital Appropriations funding and raised more $15 million in Centennial funding all while caring for our iconic museum and collection. Michael is a champion of the arts and Dayton.