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Mace & Crown | March 2, 2015

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Grab your popcorn: Project Almanac

February 28, 2015 |

By Chris Circeo Contributing Writer With “Project Almanac,” MTV Films tries to boldly go where it has never gone before, deep into the realm of the found footage genre only to realize it didn’t have much to say when it got there. Dean Israelite’s first turn at directing a feature length film starts with tech-savvy […]Read More

Photo Gallery: Music of the Rolling Stones

February 23, 2015 |

Photos by: Schyler Shafer [FAG id=13639]  Read More

Photo Gallery: Cafe con Leche

February 22, 2015 |

[FAG id=13611] Photos by: Jason KaziRead More

Going against the grain, Elhae provides a refreshing sound for the ATL Music Scene

February 17, 2015 |

By: Abdirahman Mohamed Contributing Writer Music is an art form that lets you display your emotions and paint your story however you may desire. Elhae, (pronounced “LA”), a 24 year old music recording artist has gone through his own trails and learning experiences trying to convey his message through music. Elhae was born in Warner […]Read More

Photo Gallery: For Colored Girls

February 15, 2015 |

[FAG id=13525] Photos by: Nicolas NemtalaRead More

Photo Gallery: Datsik

February 15, 2015 |

[FAG id=13515] Photos by: Schyler ShaferRead More

It Was a Great Day for America at the Harrison Opera House

February 14, 2015 |

By: George Plank Staff Writer “Before tonight is over, each and every one of you will be personally offended by something I said.” This was the warning comedian Craig Ferguson gave to his audience on the night of Feb. 6 in the Harrison Opera House. Ferguson, a Scottish-American comedian who recently left his position as […]Read More

Pan-Asian Dancers Impress Crowd at Annual Lunar New Year Celebration

February 8, 2015 |

By: Jason Kazi Contributing Writer While walking through the halls of ODU, it doesn’t take much to notice how increasingly diverse the campus community has become over the past decade. According to, in 2013-2014, 5 percent of the campus population identifies themselves as Asian, and per MonarchLink, there are 12 active Asian cultural and […]Read More

Dive into “Waterplay”

February 8, 2015 |

By: Stephanie Donald Contributing Writer Have you ever stood on the beach, looked out into the ocean and wondered what it would be like to live underwater for just one moment? Well, you’re in luck. ODU Rep Theatre presents “Waterplay,” a lively and interactive performance that allows audiences to experience what living underwater might feel […]Read More

Writer/Director Discusses “Dear White People” With ODU Students

February 8, 2015 |

By: Julius Ayo Staff Writer This satirical take on race and coming-of-age made a splash in the film industry that rippled all the way to ODU. On Thursday, students were treated to a special screening of “Dear White People” and a Q&A with the director himself, Justin Simien. The indie film, set in a fictional Ivy League […]Read More

Mystic India

February 8, 2015 |

By: Amy Poulter Staff Writer Stepping through the doors of the Sandler Center’s Performance Hall Friday night could have made you believe you had been transported to South Asia. The rich smells of cardamom and turmeric wafted down from the third floor where Saffron, a local Indian Bistro, had set up a catering table. Women […]Read More

Nonstop Feeling East Coast Tour Hits Shaka’s

February 8, 2015 |

By: Nicholas Rayfield Staff Writer   Baltimore-based Turnstile will take the stage at Shaka’s in Virginia Beach on Thursday, Feb. 12 to begin their 10-day East Coast run in support of their first full-length record, “Nonstop Feeling,” available now via Reaper Records. “We are very excited to come back to Virginia Beach,” said Daniel Fang, drummer of […]Read More

Photo Gallery – Mystic India

February 7, 2015 |

[FAG id=13333] Photos by: Jason KaziRead More