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Mace & Crown | December 17, 2017

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Culture Archives * Page 5 of 6 * Mace & Crown

Monarchs Enjoy New York Touristic Culture at SAC Event

January 23, 2016 |

Anika Williams Contributing Writer

The Student Activities Council held an event in the Webb Center that had students thoroughly entertained and relaxed for a Thursday night. With a turnout of almost 500 students, “A Walk in Times Square” was a successful … Read More

Marscon 2016: The Women in Science Fiction

January 23, 2016 |

Megan Snyder Contributing Writer

At one time the gathering grounds for outcasts and the socially awkward, the sci-fi convention is now the epicenter of all things trendy and has come from relative obscurity to the forefront of mainstream popularity. Marscon, Tidewater Virginia’s longest … Read More

Monarch Dates That Won’t Break Your Piggy Bank

November 21, 2015 |

Terrod Dillard Contributing Writer

Though we may be struggling students, that does not mean we can’t go on great dates. Monarchs, rejoice! Here are four date ideas that all budgets can appreciate.

Picnic At Whitehurst Beach:

ODU students playing volleyball at Whitehurst … Read More

Bold Mariner Delivers Bold Brews

November 15, 2015 |

David Thornton Copy Editor Editor’s note: The original version of this story misrepresented Stacks as a veteran. He is, in fact, active duty Navy.

On an autumn day as crisp and cool as golden … Read More

Fantastic Planet Celebrates a Decade of Halloween Fun at the NorVa

November 7, 2015 |

Wes Dildy Contributing Writer

On a night where most are satisfied with themed house parties, crowds of costumed characters chose to head to the NorVa for the hybrid Halloween costume party and concert, Fantastic … Read More

ODU Art Student Showcased at Stockley Art Fest

November 5, 2015 |

Cecilia Yeager Contributing Writer

Early Saturday morning, 132 artists from the local area and across the United States set up their tents and hung their most treasured art pieces for display, including one Old … Read More

Going Pink with Zeta Tau Alpha

October 24, 2015 |

Terrod Dillard Contributing Writer

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and at Old Dominion, the Iota Sigma chapter of the Zeta Tau Alpha fraternity has its own way of informing students about breast … Read More

New Mural in NEON District Inspires Imagination

October 24, 2015 |

Stef Wasko Staff Writer

For three weeks in early October, Esteban Del Valle transformed the pale concrete wall of Triumph Vaping Company in Norfolk’s NEON District into a surrealist masterpiece. The vivid scene includes a … Read More

NEON Festival Celebrates the Norfolk Art Scene

October 23, 2015 |

Wes Dildy Contributing Writer

As the sun began to set on Oct. 15, paint-splattered muralists added the finishing touches to intricate murals in the NEON District. Attendees entered the city’s freshly painted arts district with its … Read More

ODURep Production Captures the Ultimate Selfie

October 23, 2015 |

Richard Gabrintina Contributing Writer

ODURep’s “Narcissus: The Ultimate Selfie” debuted at ODU’s Goode Theater on Oct. 20. The interactive performance event drew parallels between the Greek myth of Narcissus and contemporary selfie culture. The … Read More

Crafted Indie Market Kicks Off at O’Connor Brewing

October 17, 2015 |

Lysette Rivera-Cortes Contributing Writer

With food trucks serving delectable cupcakes and savory tacos, cups filled with cold craft beer, live music and dozens of stands selling handcrafted goods, the Crafted Indie Arts and Craft … Read More

Getty Images Grant Winner Ismail Ferdous Visits ODU

October 3, 2015 | 1

Wes Dildy Contributing Writer

World-renowned photographer and human rights activist Ismail Ferdous visited Old Dominion to speak to students about his experiences behind the camera and share his … Read More

Embrace the Culture Festival Celebrates Fourth Year in Norfolk

September 26, 2015 |

Zach Moeller Contributing Writer

A park alongside the Elizabeth River went from a seven-acre patch of grass to a meeting ground for unique individuals during the Embrace the Culture festival on Sept. 19. With … Read More

Mid-Autumn Moon Festival Fascinates Downtown Norfolk

September 19, 2015 |

Cecilia Yeager Contributing Writer

On an average afternoon in the park, it might be unusual to see groups of people dressed in colorful, ornate costumes resembling mythical beasts, dancing to the beat of a … Read More

Evening Around the World

April 19, 2015 |

By David Thornton

News Editor

Multi-culturalism was the theme of Norfolk’s Second Annual Sister Cities event, “An Evening Around the World.” Diverse groups of individuals from local organizations and institutions, like ODU and WHRO, mingled with citizens … Read More

“Out! From the Pages of Queer Comics”

April 18, 2015 |

Josh Whitener

Assistant News  Editor

The Old Dominion University Institute of Humanities co-sponsored “Out! From the Pages of Queer Comics” featuring comic artist, author and historian Justin Hall and comic artist Phil Jimenez on April 15. The … Read More