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Spring In Full Swing

Class is just the beginning of life at UD. From lectures to sporting events, from art to science, the campus overflows with laughter, camaraderie and inspiration at the beginning of this new year.

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BeLynn Hollers, ba '21, editorial fellow at the dallas morning news

Bellinger is the executive director of the first Catholic Institute for Homiletics in Texas, possibly the first permanent endowed homiletics program in the entire world, according to leaders involved in the effort. Newly founded by the Catholic Foundation, the Diocese of Dallas, and the University of Dallas, the institute aims to improve preaching within the Catholic Church. And it’s led by a woman.”

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Robert Wood

UD Grieves the Passing of Dr. Robert E. Wood

After a lifetime devoted to philosophy, faith, and family, Robert E. Wood passed away on February 10, 2023, at the age of 88. Robert earned a Ph.D. in Philosophy from Marquette University and went on to teach philosophy for 57 years, starting at St. Joseph’s College, then the Catholic University of America, Duquesne University, St. Joseph’s University, Marquette University, and finally the University of Dallas,where he taught for 39 years until his retirement at the age of 83.



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Marriage of Figaro

03.23.23 - 04.01.23 | THE MARRIAGE OF FIGARO

Come see the original play that served as the basis for Mozart's famous opera. This hilarious farce picks up three years following the end of The Barber of Seville. We follow the hijinks of the too-clever Figaro and his duplicitous master, the Count Almaviva, as the servant gets ready to marry the love of his life. Mistaken identities and all the elements of farce abound in this comic masterpiece.


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