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Mace & Crown | November 26, 2015

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News Archives * Mace & Crown

Michelle Obama Talks Fruits and Veggies

November 22, 2015 |

Amy Poulter Arts and Entertainment Editor

First Lady Michelle Obama visited the ODU campus on Friday, Nov. 20, to join Team FNV in their campaign to put more fruits and veggies on plates. Joined … Read More

Big Blue Take Back Reclaims The Night on Campus

November 21, 2015 |

Jacob Hall Staff Writer

Friday night saw Kaufman Mall filled with crowds of students, glow sticks waving through the air, who had a sense of determination about them. A crowd of around 100 students gathered … Read More

Unpacking Kerry’s Climate Speech

November 17, 2015 |

Sean C. Davis Editor-in-Chief

t’s not outlandish to say that John Kerry’s speech at the Ted last Tuesday was historic, especially for Hampton Roads. Just days after President Obama announced that the Keystone XL … Read More

NAACP Stands with Mizzou at Kaufman Mall

November 14, 2015 | 2

Meng McLendon Contributing Writer Josh Whitener News Editor

Well over a hundred Old Dominion University students, organized by the university’s chapter of the NAACP, stood in front of Webb Center on Thursday dressed in black, … Read More

NAACP Holds Diversity Discussion

November 13, 2015 |

Sean Davis Editor-in-Chief

The first step to fixing a problem is to acknowledge that there is one, or so they say.

The ODU NAACP chapter attempted to do … Read More

John Kerry Speaks at ODU

November 11, 2015 |

Sean C. Davis Editor-in-Chief

Secretary of State John Kerry brought his push to address climate change to the Ted on Tuesday, November 10, 2015. After delivering a 45-minute speech that covered climate impacts on … Read More

No change in Richmond after election

November 7, 2015 |

David Thornton Copy Editor

Nov 2015 Election Results Create column charts

The Republican Party maintained control of both houses of the Virginia General Assembly after the Nov. 3 election, according to results from … Read More

Multicultural Night Attracts Large Crowd

November 7, 2015 |

Jacob Hall Staff Writer

On Friday night, Kaufman Mall was filled with the sights and sounds of many different cultures. ODU’s Multicultural Night was led by the Asian Pacific American Student Union (APASU), and … Read More

New Shopping Center Proposed Near Campus

November 7, 2015 |

Jason Kazi Ad Manager

Willamsburg-based developer Guernsey Tingle Architects is currently discussing plans to build a large shopping center called “West Norfolk Marketplace” about a mile south of campus.

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October ODU Area Crime Log

November 3, 2015 |


An assault was reported to have occurred on October 4th between 1:00 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. at Powhatan Ave and 48th St (refused to prosecute).

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Dr. Timothy Gay Discusses Football Physics

November 3, 2015 |

Jessica Perkins Staff Writer

Timothy Gay, author and physics professor, is on a mission to popularize science, especially physics. Gay brought his mission to the University Theatre Thursday night, where he talked to the audience … Read More

Students Relax at ODU’s First Cat Cafe

October 25, 2015 | 1

Amy DeLaura Staff Writer

On Thursday, more than 150 people passed through room 2005 in the Barry Arts Building of Old Dominion University to attend “Cat Café,” an interactive session designed for students to … Read More

Annual Sisterhood Symposium Held

October 24, 2015 |

Meng McLendon Contributing Writer

“Black girl magic”, a phrase coined from the creators of #BlackGirlMagic, is an accurate description of the annual Sisterhood Symposium which took place on Friday evening. In the Big Blue Room of … Read More

#WhyIStayed Creator to Speak about Domestic Abuse

October 24, 2015 |

Amy Poulter Arts and Entertainment Editor

When TMZ published the video of Ray Rice physically assaulting his wife in an elevator on Sept. 8, 2014, a conversation on Twitter erupted. Within hours, some users … Read More