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Mace & Crown | December 16, 2017

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UPDATES: Everything Seniors Need to Know About Graduation

March 27, 2016 |

Jason Kazi Staff Writer

Updated March 29: Speakers for the Spring 2016 Commencement ceremonies include: Congressman Rob Wittman, Robert M. Blue of Dominion Power and Joyce Roche of Girls Incorporated. For speaker bios and more information, please visit: https://www.odu.edu/academics/graduation-commencement/commencement/info/speakers.

Seniors: You only have just … Read More

Monarch Basketball Looks Ahead to Vegas 16 Tournament

March 26, 2016 |

Matt O’Brien Sports Editor

When you walk into an men’s basketball practice, it’s nearly impossible to tell that their season just recently ended in heartbreak. The energy is electric, each player pushing the next in drills and last minute wind sprint. … Read More

Memorials to the Missing: A Radio Play Touches the Heart of Every Soldier

March 24, 2016 |

Dejonna Mayo Contributing Writer

On Feb. 27, there was not a dry eye in ODU’s University Theater as the theater department put on a performance of the award-winning play “Memorials to the Missing: A Radio Play” written by Stephen Wyatt, directed by … Read More

Startup Company Offers Socially-Conscious Consumers Artisan Boxes

March 24, 2016 |

Jason Kazi Staff Writer

Launched in 2012, San Francisco-based startup company GlobeIn is taking a new approach to monthly subscription boxes, which have become recent, trendy gift. Popular companies like Dollar Shave Club and Try the World raised subscription … Read More

Seven Run First Inning Propels Monarchs Past VMI

March 23, 2016 |

Matt O’Brien Sports Editor

The start of Tuesday’s game at the Bud Metheny Complex was far from ordinary for Old Dominion baseball. The Monarchs (17-4) started off a two-game series against VMI (13-10) with the first four batters of the game … Read More

Monarchs Express Themselves at Open Mic Night

March 19, 2016 |

Anika Williams Contributing Writer

Great vibes circulated through Borjo Coffeehouse Wednesday evening. The small and charming coffee shop on Monarch Way hosted an open mic night held by the ODU organization Success Without Limitations (SWL).

This event was part of SWL Week, a week of … Read More

Ken Catania Discusses Sea Predators and Neurology at ODU Lecture

March 19, 2016 |

As part of the Lytton J. Musselman Natural History Lecture, ODU hosted predatory biologist and neurologist Ken Catania. Catania has studied the neuroscience and behavior of numerous predators, and his talk centered on his investigation of electric eels, water shrews, tentacled … Read More

Bacon Startup ‘B-Class Strippers’ Sizzles into Business

March 15, 2016 |

Jason Kazi Staff Writer

Old Dominion University business management student Janay Brown has always had a passion for two things in life– cooking and bacon. With her new startup company ‘B-Class Strippers,’ supported by ODU’s Strome Entrepreneurial Center, she offers a unique, … Read More

Before the Dark Knight in FOX’s Gotham

March 14, 2016 |

George Plank Staff Writer

There has been no escape from comic books in the media recently. Superhero movies have proven to be some of the highest grossing films, and television quickly followed suit. Marvel aired “Agents of Shield” and “Agent Carter” … Read More

The 1975 Return With ‘I Like It When You Sleep…’

March 12, 2016 |

Elizabeth Proffitt Staff Writer

It’s been three years of change for British band The 1975. After a successful debut album, they’ve changed aesthetically and musically, and it can be seen in their sophomore follow-up, “I Like It When You Sleep, For … Read More

The Rocket Summer’s ‘Zoetic’ Demonstrates Musical Growth

March 11, 2016 |

Lindsey Lanham Contributing Writer

The Rocket Summer’s newest album, “Zoetic,” released on Feb. 26, is a collection of pop synth and quick lyrics. The new album is a true reflection on what the instrumentalist can do. There’s a remarkable change in … Read More

Op-Ed: Eye for an Eye, Life for a Life

March 8, 2016 |

Ziad Haboush Contributing Writer

Why is the death penalty one of the world’s most convoluted problems? I have written multiple papers on the death penalty and because of the research I have done on capital punishment, I feel very knowledgeable on … Read More