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From ‘J-Po’ to Stained Glass: An English Major on Transitioning to an Art Career

December 17, 2014
There are countless paths for English majors to follow. One of the most unique could be Will Frank's, BA '06, as an artist in residence at Emil Frei & Associates, a leader in the field of stained glass and mosaics in the United States. Although his vocation may be atypical for an English major, Frank sees his time at UD as preparing him for his career as an artist.

'Second Career' Ministers: Retirement Means More Time to Serve for Alumni

December 16, 2014
For two recent graduates of the School of Ministry's Master of Theological Studies (MTS) program, retirement isn't about resting; it's about serving. Serving their parishes has become in a sense a "second career" for them.

Home Entrepreneurship: Alumni on Homesteading, Homemaking

December 15, 2014
Starting a family can be as much an entrepreneurial endeavor as starting a business. You must constantly examine finances, plan and schedule; you must be available to your customers (i.e., your children) 24/7. Many UD alumni take this family "entrepreneurship" even further. For example, many of them blog about their families' everyday troubles and joys, promoting family stories and values just as an entrepreneur might blog to promote a business.

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Our Lady of Guadalupe Shrine Renderings to be Displayed in Haggar Dec. 1-5

November 25, 2014
Renderings of the project will be on display Monday, Dec. 1- Friday, Dec. 5 in the Haggar University Center foyer.

Psychology Professor Bob Kugelmann on KERA's Think

November 21, 2014
Professor of Psychology Bob Kugelmann and Angelica Tratter, an adjunct professor in the Psychology Department, were guests on an episode of KERA's show Think on Nov. 18.

Education Chair Janette Boazman Presents Research at Conference

November 21, 2014
Education Department Chair and Assistant Professor Janette Boazman presented research at the annual conference of the National Association for Gifted Children held in Baltimore Nov. 13-16.

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2011 Impala For Sale

November 21, 2014
A 2011 Impala with 53,000 miles is for sale for $9,000.

Cat Available for Adoption

October 24, 2014
Six-month-old female tabby kitten available for adoption.

Immediate Sublet Available

August 21, 2014
This apartment is located in the Valley Ranch section of Irving, although public school service is provided by the Coppell ISD.

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