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Inauguration Day: The Religious Response

January 20, 2017 |

Justin L.C. Ross Contributing Writer

A time of transition has arrived for our nation with the presidency of Barack Obama ending and many Americans across the country, Monarchs included, are experiencing feelings of apprehension for the unforeseeable future. In this time … Read More

Hot Topics With ODU Out

January 20, 2017 |

Rashad McDowell Contributing Writer

ODU Out hosted a monthly Hot Topics panel on Jan. 19 in the President’s Dining Room located in the Webb Center. The panel was an opportunity for LGBTQ students to learn about resources available on campus and … Read More

‘No, I Am Not a Terrorist’

January 19, 2017 |

SaiJai Miller Contributing Writer

On Jan. 18, the Student Activities Council hosted a seminar about Muslim culture called “No, I Am Not a Terrorist” featuring guest speaker and author Zohra Sarwari. The event allowed students to hear about issues in being negatively … Read More

Dance Away the Stress

December 15, 2016 |

Petra Rich Contributing Writer

The Counseling and Student Health Services teamed up with the African Student Association to host this years annual ‘Dance Away the Stress.’ Over 30 students and staff members filled the Hampton and Newport News Rooms of the … Read More

Fire Starters: The Women’s Forum of Coastal Virginia

December 15, 2016 |

Justin L.C. Ross Contributing Writer

On Dec. 8 the first inaugural meeting of the Women’s Forum of Coastal Virginia was held at the Innovation Research Park on campus. As women from all spectrums of the business world, including entrepreneurs, community leaders and … Read More

Money to Blow

December 15, 2016 |

Erin Sudek Staff Writer

To lower the stress of students during these final weeks of the semester, the Student Activities Council held a game-show styled event called “Money to Blow” on Dec. 8 in the Webb Center.

“I’ve worked with the SAC … Read More

This Week in History

December 15, 2016 |

Justin L.C. Ross Contributing Writer

As the semester draws to a close, and the year 2017 approaches on our calendar, let the reader take a moment to reflect on the past, the impact of the past on our lives and the … Read More

Webb Council Meeting Overview

December 15, 2016 |

Morgan Engelhardt News Editor

On Dec. 8, the Webb Council met in the Chesapeake Room to discuss the following:

  • Starting in the Spring semester, there will be an event management system introduced to allow organizations to check upcoming events and … Read More

The Hampton Roads Show Comes to the Ted

December 13, 2016 |

Jacie Litz Staff Writer

On Dec. 9, “The Hampton Roads Show” broadcast live outside the Ted Constant Center. First Lady Kate Broderick, Lady Monarch Coach Karen Barefoot and Men’s Coach Jeff Jones were special guests to raise awareness about Coats for … Read More

Her Campus to Begin New Chapter

December 11, 2016 |

Petra Rich Contributing Writer

Interested in journalism, marketing, PR or entrepreneurship? If the answer is yes, there are new opportunities coming to campus that will benefit you.

Her Campus is an online magazine that is targeted at female college students but … Read More

Alpha Xi Delta Hosts Fundraiser for Autism Speaks

December 10, 2016 |

Jacie Litz Staff Writer

On Dec. 1 Alpha Xi Delta hosted a silent auction at the Webb Center.  The sorority’s annual event was a fundraiser for Autism Speaks.

Tables filled the North Mall covered with a variety of goody baskets. Senior and Philanthropic … Read More

This Week in History

December 10, 2016 |

Justin L.C. Ross Contributing Writer

Often, the smallest events in history have caused the largest ramifications for civilization as a whole. With that in mind, let the reader be reminded that no matter how small the effort, the potential for lasting … Read More

Language of Inclusion: Gender and LGBTQIA Identities

December 6, 2016 |

Erin Sudek Staff Writer

In an effort to make a more inclusive and accepting atmosphere at ODU, the Office of Intercultural Relations invited Mathew Antonio Bosch to speak on gender identity, current terminology and everything there is to know about the … Read More

Women’s Center Presents Part 3 of #ShowYourStuff

December 2, 2016 |

Alexa Manful Contributing Writer

On Nov. 30, the Women’s Center brought the “#ShowYourStuff” discussion forum and networking opportunity to a close for the semester. The purpose of the event was to serve as a platform for all women, both traditional and non-traditional … Read More

ODU Innovation Center Hosts NFK FWD Meet and Greet

December 2, 2016 |

T.J. Thompson Staff Writer

The ODU Innovation Center played host to the first meet and greet for a burgeoning organization calling itself “NFK FWD.” Their mission is to organize a non-profit group dedicated to advancing the city by means of “technology … Read More

What’s In a Name?

November 29, 2016 |

T.J. Thompson Staff Writer

Celebrating International Education Week at ODU, the Office of Intercultural Relations hosted an event Wednesday titled “What’s in a Name?” A panel of seven students representing seven different countries discussed origins of names from their native lands.

ODU … Read More