The University of Dayton will consider policy changes that could include scheduling spring break to coincide with St. Patrick’s Day in the wake of a riot last weekend that involved more than 1,000 people, netted several criminal charges and drew police from 12 nearby agencies wearing riot gear.
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Forty-five UD students were given citations and referred to UD’s Student Conduct System. Seven non-students were arrested and 17 other non-students were charged through the courts, mostly for underage drinking. Student Government Association leaders will meet on Thursday to discuss a response to the incident. Students can also attend their general meeting on Sunday.