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Mace & Crown | August 24, 2017

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News Archives * Page 3 of 29 * Mace & Crown

‘Chit. Chat. Chew.’: Discussing Struggle and Survival of Indigenous Tribes

April 8, 2017 |

Jade Dixon | Contributor Writer

History never ceases to repeat itself. This seems especially true when it comes to the protests that have come about to protect the Standing Rock Indian Reservation in Standing Rock, North Dakota.

The Office of Intercultural Relations … Read More

Just in Time for Registration: Coursicle App

April 5, 2017 |

Ross Reelachart | Technology Editor

ODU may have access to a slick web interface for getting students registered for classes, but it’s not perfect and it certainly doesn’t keep students completely abreast of the availability of coveted seats in a class. … Read More

‘The Beautiful Boxer’: Exploring International Perspectives on Gender

March 31, 2017 |

Maggie Giordano Contributing Writer

Understanding obstacles facing those who are transgender can be difficult for many around the world. The LGBT community has fought many battles to help educate those individuals who do not see eye-to-eye with the community, leading to more … Read More

Life After College: Strome Alumni Tell Their Stories

March 31, 2017 |

Jade Dixon Contributor Writer

Graduation can be bittersweet. It feels amazing to finally be done with school, but the reality that you are now in “the real world” hits quickly. When it’s time to leave college, many students worry that they … Read More

SGA Senate Brief

March 31, 2017 |

Morgan Engelhardt News Editor

The Student Government Association held their weekly Senate meeting in the Board of Visitors Room Tuesday and discussed the following:

  • Campus police officer Tommy Evans gave the monthly police report. There was one DUI, one sexual … Read More

Purple Passion Dinner Honors Late Professor

March 27, 2017 |

Maggie Giordano | Contributing Writer

A good professor sends students off with required knowledge. A great professor also touches their hearts.

The legacy of Dr. Jill Dustin, who passed away in January from lung cancer, was honored at the annual Purple Passion … Read More

The Struggle for Citizenship: Julia Vido’s Story

March 26, 2017 |

Hannah Kristan | Contributing Writer

While splitting her time between staying up all night to maintain her 4.0 GPA for her bachelor’s in Mechanical Engineering, winning races for her NCAA Division I swimming team, speaking three languages and updating her popular Instagram … Read More

Public Relations for Nonprofits

March 24, 2017 |

Jade Dixon | Contributing Writer

Public relations is considered the lifeblood for many organizations, but it can be a challenging field to master. The university’s chapter of the Public Relations Student Society of America helps prepare you for what is expected in … Read More

Teams Battle It out in Big Blue’s Healthy Kitchen Wars

March 24, 2017 |

Erin Sudek | Assistant News Editor

It may not have been as intense as the Iron Chef, but the third annual Big Blue’s Healthy Kitchen Wars brought plenty of heat to the kitchen on March 22. The competition consisted of a … Read More

Fruit and Veggie Festival Shows Students Alternative Diets

March 21, 2017 |

SaiJai Miller | Contributing Writer

College students have plenty on their plates with focusing on classes, which leaves little to no time to consider how important it is to have an adequate diet.  Monarchs gathered to learn more about healthy eating habits … Read More

Global Café Brings the Philippines to Campus

March 16, 2017 |

Justin L.C. Ross Contributing Writer

The Global Café is dedicated to teaching and promoting the culture of different countries. For their latest cultural exploration, they chose the islands of the Philippines. The Office of Intercultural Relations, along with the Filipino American … Read More

‘Out at Work’ Discusses Sexuality in the Workplace

March 16, 2017 |

Justin L.C. Ross Contributing Writer

Although progress for equal rights in the workplace for members of the LGBT continues to push forward, some people still feel that revealing their sexuality will have negative consequences. The Office of Intercultural Relations made this … Read More

‘What Do You Know?’ Sheds Light on Women in History

March 16, 2017 |

Erin Sudek Assistant News Editor

American history is a subject that every person raised in this country must learn in grade school. When we finish those classes, we believe that we are now knowledgeable of all the essential people, places and events … Read More

Letter from President Broderick

March 14, 2017 |

Dear Student,

I challenge all male members of the Monarch community to join me on March 21 in “Walk a Mile in Her Shoes,” part of a national program to raise awareness about sexual violence and relationship violence against women.

One in … Read More

Campus Notice About Meningitis Case

March 9, 2017 |

[Editor’s note: On Thursday, March 9, 3:19 p.m., Giovanna Genard, Assistant VP, Strategic Communications & Marketing, ODU, released the following statement via email. Mace & Crown will keep you updated as soon as more information on the matter becomes available.]

Dear Old Dominion … Read More

Racist Video Investigation Update from ODU Chief of Police

March 1, 2017 |

Dear Members of the University Community,

On February 21, the University Police Department began a review of a racially intolerant video containing hate speech that had been posted to YouTube. In one segment of the video, a woman wore a … Read More