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Mace and Crown | October 30, 2014

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Haunted Halls

October 29, 2014 |

By Natalie Sole Contributing Writer

ODU’s “Resident Evil” themed Haunted Halls took place at Powhatan Apartments on Oct. 24 and 25. Admittance was one non-perishable food item, which  was collected and then donated to the Foodbank of Southeastern Virginia.

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Krendl brings Illusion to ODU

October 29, 2014 |

By Antonisha Kelley Contributing Writer


Paul Krendl, an illusionist, spun magic in the North Café on Oct. 25 as the headliner for Cirque du ODU.

The room was dark, the stage set with lights and pop music echoed in … Read More

Dinner with Dakaboom

October 22, 2014 |

After a refreshing fall break, SAC hosted “Dinner With Dakaboom” in the North Café. The event brought together a small group of students to enjoy free music, comedy and fine dining.

After meeting in high school in Northern California, … Read More


October 22, 2014 |

On Oct. 18 ODU OUT, a LGBTQ student alliance, hosted PrideFest 2014 in the middle of the quads. October is the national month for the LGBTQ community and the event was a day of colors, music and sun.

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Jeff Henderson speaks on purpose at ODU

October 15, 2014 |

On Oct.7, Jeff Henderson, award-winning chef, public speaker and author, gave a lecture about his life and other rousing topics at the 37th annual Literary Festival. Henderson spoke about his rough upbringing and how he made it through it … Read More

Philip Raisor and Brian Silberman bring creative energy to literary festival

October 15, 2014 |

When we’re hungry we seek nourishment from food; it energizes our bodies and keeps us focused. But how does one energize the mind and soul? With creativity, the 37th Annual Literary Festival determined.

This was the theme of the literary … Read More

Constitution Day: celebrating banned books

October 1, 2014 |

For book lovers, books are doors to other worlds. They can teleport the reader to places like a pirate ship, a galactic war or Abraham Lincoln’s living room.

In the past certain books have been banned because their content has … Read More

Remembering WWI at Old Dominion University

September 21, 2014 |

There must have been over a hundred people there; I honestly wasn’t expecting this to have a big turnout at all, but after sitting through Jay Winter’s lecture on commemorating WWI, I understood why so many people had shown up.

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Capoeira para Todos

September 17, 2014 | 1

Capoeira instructor, Sami “Selo” Ahmed of Grupo Ondas in Annandale, Va., visited Old Dominion University to teach a free workshop of Carpeira para Todos on Sept. 13. Capoeira para Todos is a club at ODU that practices capoeira, a … Read More

Top 10 Reasons why the Drake VS Lil Wayne Concert was Dope

August 28, 2014 |

1. It was a Mortal Combat meets rap demi-god style duel to the verbal death – complete with a cartoon story line.

2. It was three hours of pure energy – Drake and Wayne fed off of the crowd, which … Read More