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Events Archives * Page 6 of 7 * Mace & Crown

Keynote Recognizes Hispanic Heritage Month

September 18, 2015 |

Meng McLendon Contributing Writer

In recognition of September as Hispanic Heritage month, a keynote presentation was held by the Hispanic and Latino Employee Association on Thursday evening.  The event welcomed all university students and staff beyond … Read More

Strong Sisterhood in Returning Women’s Reception

September 11, 2015 |

Amy DeLaura Contributing Writer

The Women’s Center and Delta Sigma Lambda took an afternoon to celebrate brave and determined women with the Returning Women’s Reception on Thursday.  The catered luncheon and networking event allowed for women over the age of 25 … Read More

ODU “Clean Up & Cook Out” Helps Community

September 3, 2015 |

Robert Williams Contributing Writer

A group of more than 60 Old Dominion students and community members made their way to the ODU Community Cleanup and Cookout this Saturday, an event hosted as part of the … Read More

Women’s Center hosts “Pop In”

September 3, 2015 |

Jacob Hall

Contributing Writer


The Women’s Center of Old Dominion University welcomed both new and returning students with a beginning of the year office “Pop In”. The Women’s Center kept their doors open on September … Read More

Celebrating 95 Years of Voting Women

September 1, 2015 |

By Jessica Perkins Staff Writer

In the front lobby of the Webb Center, the Women’s Center and the League of Women Voters celebrated in preparation for the 95th anniversary of Women’s Equality Day by … Read More

“No Zebras, No Excuses”

April 26, 2015 |

By Josh Whitener Assistant News Editor

The Old Dominion University Women’s Center hosted “No Zebras, No Excuses” Monday night in the North Café of Webb Center, an event dedicated to providing more awareness of sexual assault and interpersonal violence.

Using the analogy … Read More

ODU Remembers the Holocaust

April 16, 2015 |

By Christian Chance

Contributing Writer

Hearts wrenched in the Chesapeake/Portsmouth Rooms of Old Dominion University’s Webb Center as Jay Ipson shared his experience of tragedy and triumph in Lithuania during the Holocaust.  Ipson’s speech was part of … Read More

Allyship ODU: An Eye Opening Experience

April 8, 2015 |

By: Timothy Crist Contributing Writer

There seems to be a divide among the different races that call this United States home. This divide even takes place on and around campus, especially when it comes to the Islamic women who attend our … Read More

10 Things I Learned from Sanjay Gupta

March 29, 2015 |

By Sean Davis Editor-in-Chief

Is purpose the secret to longevity? Should we really avoid fat in order to be healthy? Professor and CNN Chief Medical Correspondent Sanjay Gupta, M.D. spoke Tuesday on these and other issues at the Chrysler Hall.

Below are the … Read More

ODU NAACP Hosts Third Annual Image Awards

March 26, 2015 |

By David Thornton News Editor

The mellow tones of jazz filled the North Café as individuals and organizations being honored for their achievements in community outreach on campus were honored at the Third Annual ODU NAACP Image Awards.

“The main aspect … Read More

Taken By Force: Revisiting “No…Stop”

February 5, 2015 |

By Josh Whitener Assistant News Editor

Interpersonal violence and rape are not a foreign occurrence on college campuses around the country. To illustrate this, Dr. Runell S. Washington, a clinical psychologist, presented a group discussion titled “Taken By Force: Revisiting ‘No…Stop.’” … Read More

ODU Says, ‘Je Suis Charlie’!

January 27, 2015 |

By Stef Wasko Contributing Writer

ODU students and faculty crowded a small classroom on the top floor of the Batten Arts and Letters building Thursday, Jan. 22 to discuss the balance of religious respect and free speech in response to the … Read More

Renowned Journalist and Ambassador Speak at ODU

January 20, 2015 |

By Jessica Perkins Staff Writer

Students, faculty, alumni, and guests packed into the Mills Godwin Auditorium on Thursday, Jan 15 in order to listen to renowned journalist David Ignatius and Ambassador Ryan Crocker speak about the current state of the world, “A World on Fire.”

Ignatius … Read More

World on Fire Discussion

January 15, 2015 |

Students, local journalists and other guests gathered for an enlightening discussion between journalist David Ignatius and Ambassador Ryan Crocker on the “World on Fire” last night. The conversation was focused on the current situation in both Western Europe, the Middle East and the implications … Read More

Byron Hurt speaks to ODU students on ending Sexual Assault

November 19, 2014 |

By Kiahnna Patterson

Contributing Writer

Byron Hurt, an award winning documentary filmmaker, writer, activist, and feminist encourages ODU students to use their voices to make a difference in the world. Hurt is committed to actively advocating against gender based violence among other societal … Read More

PRSSA brings Battalion Chief Timothy Riley to ODU

November 18, 2014 |

Old Dominion’s first chapter of the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) is welcoming Battalion Chief Timothy Riley on Thursday, Nov. 20 at 12:30 p.m. in BAL 3056 to discuss the crisis communication efforts that took place following the … Read More