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Mace & Crown | February 21, 2018

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Arts & Entertainment Archives * Page 38 of 45 * Mace & Crown

Delta Zeta’s “Battle of the Boy BanDZ”

March 29, 2015 |

By: Chris Circeo

Contributing Writer

If anyone was passing through Mills Godwin Building Friday evening, they may have seen an Old Dominion police officer investigating a noise complaint. Likely, they may have walked right along, wondering what had happened inside that auditorium … Read More

2015 Juried Student Exhibition

March 29, 2015 |

By: Elizabeth Proffitt

Contributing Writer

The ODU Art Department’s 2015 Juried Student Exhibition reception was held at The Baron & Ellin Gordon Art Gallery on Friday and will run through April 26, 2015. Art students of every concentration submitted work to juror … Read More

Haunted by the Night Terrors of 1927

March 29, 2015 |

By: Amy Poulter

Staff Writer

Bathed in colorful lights of dreamlike-blue and fluorescent green, the NorVa was aglow on Friday night as the Night Terrors of 1927 took the stage. The audience stood with their eyes fixed as the lead singer, Jarrod … Read More

G. Love and Special Sauce Keep the Blues Alive at the NorVa

March 24, 2015 |

By: Jonah Grinkewitz

With an evening filled with foot stomping, harmonica wailing and bluesy guitar solos, it felt like a Saturday night as G. Love sang, “Everybody Do Your Weekend Dance” to an energetic crowd on Wednesday at the NorVa.

G. Love … Read More

Grab your popcorn: Kingsman: The Secret Service

March 18, 2015 |

By: Chris Circeo

Contributing Writer

How long can we be shown the same useless bag of tricks before we grow restless and bored, and start to exclaim, “enough is enough”? With “Kingsman: The Secret Service,” Matthew Vaughn ruthlessly tries to answer that … Read More

Steve Aoki will “Bring You To Life” at the NorVa on Friday

March 18, 2015 |

By: Jason Kazi

Contributing Writer

Renowned EDM DJ Steve Aoki will be performing on March 20 at 8 p.m. Aoki was last in the Hampton Roads area in October 2013, accompanied by Waka Flocka Flame and Borgore.

Aoki founded his own record label, Dim … Read More

Bad Movies, Good Vibes

March 9, 2015 |

By David Thornton

News Editor

Paying good money to see a movie that turns out to be bad is always disappointing. But seeing a bad movie for free, in an environment where moviegoers are encouraged to interact and joke about the film, … Read More

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 … Read 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 … Read 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 … Read More

Laci Green Schools ODU on Sex

February 14, 2015 | 1

By Alyse Stanley Senior Writer

Students have passed out at previous presentations, YouTube personality Laci Green warned as she began her “Best Sex Ever” lecture on Feb 9.  She clicked to the next slide: a close-up photograph of a woman’s genitalia.  … 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 … 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 … 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 … Read More

‘Mystic India’ Enlightens Sandler Center

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 … 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 … Read More