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Tom Petty: The heartbreaking death of rock’s legendary storyteller

October 3, 2017 |

Adam Flores | Senior Writer

Tom Petty, iconoclastic frontman of rock’s Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, died Monday after suffering from full cardiac arrest. Petty was 66.

A statement released Monday evening by Petty’s longtime manager, Tony Dimitriades, said, “On behalf of … Read More

Controversy In Norfolk: A spotlight on Confederate remnants may spark change

October 2, 2017 |

Josh Castro | Contributing Writer

Virginia is home to more Confederate monuments and relics than any other state, with well over 200 public remnants of the Confederacy still standing around the old dominion. We have several parks, roads, towns and public … Read More

Bethesda brings you more ‘Fallout’ with Game of the Year Edition and VR

October 1, 2017 |

Brooke Nicholson | Assistant A&E Editor

The highly anticipated sequel to “Fallout: New Vegas” had fans crowded in GameStops at midnight on Nov. 10, 2015. “Fallout 4” brought back the apocalypse that fans of the successful series knew and loved better … Read More

ODU Celebrates Native American Heritage Month

November 4, 2016 |

SaiJai Miller Contributing Writer

Members of the Osage Nation of Oklahoma, as guests of the Nansemond Indian Tribe of Virginia, visited ODU on Nov. 1, 2016. The visit marked the beginning of Native American Heritage Month, also referred to as American … Read More

Larry Sabato Brings His Crystal Ball to ODU

October 15, 2016 |

T.J. Thompson Contributing Writer

UVA’s Center for Politics’ Director and Norfolk native Larry Sabato visited the Big Blue Room at the Ted on his Crystal Ball tour. Sabato is known for his consistent and extraordinary accuracy in predicting election results. Since … Read More

Student’s Powerful Photo Series Brings Attention to Gun Violence in the Media

October 14, 2016 |

<h5>Larenz Johnson Staff Writer</h5>

There are many forms of activism in today’s society. Some activists march, some activists tweet and some activists take their art and use it as a platform to speak on relevant social issues.

Nathan Croslin, an Old Dominion … Read More

Zika Mosquito Control Project

October 1, 2016 |

 Saamia Aslam Contributing Writer

The Zika virus is an infection that results from being bitten by an infected species of mosquitoes known as Aedes. It can be passed from a pregnant mother to her child, as well as other methods such … Read More

Broderick Dining Commons Unveiled

September 24, 2016 |

<h5>Sarah Miller Contributing Writer</h5>

President Broderick challenged Old Dominion University students to embrace the diversity that ODU embodies by eating with new students in the architecturally innovative Broderick Dining Commons.

On Sept. 23 the Monarch community gathered outside the recently designed Kate and … Read More

The Avett Brothers Bring ‘True Sadness’ to Portsmouth

August 31, 2016 |

Zach Moeller Copy Editor

On Friday, August 12, the Avett Brothers returned to Portsmouth after over two years, treating those in attendance at the nTelos Wireless Pavilion to a show unlike any before. Following the release of their newest album, “True … Read More

dvsn’s ‘Sept. 5th’ Equals Love

August 31, 2016 |

Richard Gabrintina Staff Writer

Twenty years ago, R&B was at its prime. There was an overwhelming force derived from the soul of a vocalist. Even if the lyrics on a track simply reflected the sexual urges of a singer, a listener … Read More

Games of E3: Editor’s Choice

June 29, 2016 |

Ross Reelachart Technology Editor

The Electronic Entertainment Expo, or E3, is easily the biggest event in the video game industry. Despite some downsizing in recent years, E3 is still the place for developers and publishers to make a big show of … Read More

Five Gadgets Every College Student Should Have This Summer

June 26, 2016 |

Audra Reigle Staff Writer

Summer has arrived, and for most college students, it’s time to kick back. With no classes, students can go out, relax and have some fun! Below are five types of gadgets college students should have this summer.

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The Journey of Two Sisters from Sri Lanka

June 19, 2016 |

Saamia Aslam and Girish Sreevatsan Nandakumar Contributing Writers

Passion for education means many things to different people. For some it could be spending hours at the library looking over notes and studying textbooks. For others it may be passing … Read More

Captain America: Civil War – A Perfect Union of Action and Story

May 19, 2016 |

Ross Reelachart Technology Editor

In 2012, Marvel’s “The Avengers” proved a shared cinematic universe, akin to the kind found in its source comic books, could work in terms of tying several films together and that it could generate untold amounts of … Read More

Norfolk’s Local Heroes Comics Celebrates Free Comic Book Day

May 19, 2016 |

Morgan Engelhardt News Editor

On May 7, comic book stores around the United States celebrated Free Comic Book Day, an event where comic book stores, like Norfolk’s Local Heroes Comics, give away free comics and sell others as cheap as 25 … Read More