USA Olympic Swimmers Learn the High Price of Telling a Lie

USA Olympic Swimmers Learn the High Price of Telling a Lie

USA Olympic swimmers learned the high price of telling a lie after claims of alleged robbery at the Rio Olympics. Brazilian police said the story was made up to cover up the actions of the swimmers during a drunken stunt. The lie cost one of the swimmers $10,800 with the possibility of more indictments to […]

Librarian of Congress and the Library Olympics

Librarian of Congress and the Library Olympics

This week, Aug. 14-20, 2016, people, like the newly appointed Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden, may be taking note of an Olympic event other than the one in Rio de Janeiro – the Library Olympics. This summer, the librarians at the University of Dayton came together for their second annual Library Olympics. Events included the Journal […]

Achieving Olympic-Sized Goals Like Champion

Achieving Olympic-Sized Goals Like Champion

The Olympic Games have grown to become the world’s preeminent sporting competition. Millions of people around the world have found themselves huddled in front of a television over the past few days watching the lightning fast coverage of the 2016 Rio Olympics. The XXXI Olympiad comes complete with intense competition, realized defeat, and examples of […]