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News Archives * Page 30 of 31 * Mace and Crown

Flood Blog 9/4/2014

September 4, 2014 |

Everyone from ODU knows that when it rains in Norfolk, it floods.

This can cause immense headaches for commuters and on-campus students alike, such as this scene from 49th St. that could be mistaken for a scene from “The Day After … Read More

Bob and Maureen McDonnell Found Guilty on Most Charges

September 4, 2014 |

Updated 9/8/2015, 1:12 am

Former Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell and wife Maureen were found guilty of conspiracy, and nearly all of the corruption charges brought against them on Sept. 4 in the national and historic case.

The former Governor was found guilty … Read More

Senator Mark Warner Addresses Student Debt at ODU

September 3, 2014 |

Senator Mark Warner (D-Va) discussed his new bipartisan efforts to address the rising problem of student loan debt at Old Dominion University on September 2. He has worked closely with Senator Marco Rubio (R-Fl) and other senators to craft and … Read More

SGA Balances Behemoth Budget

September 3, 2014 |

Like any worthy investment, college isn’t cheap and Old Dominion University is no exception.

ODU’s tuition is made of a $299-per-credit-hour “comprehensive rate,” of which more than a third goes towards student activity fees for Norfolk campus students.

This $105.82 per-credit-hour fee … Read More

Ebola Epidemic Continues to Ravage West Africa

September 3, 2014 |

Several media conduits have recently shed attention on the on-going Ebola epidemic in Africa. The current 2014 outbreak of Ebola, which started in West Africa, is, according to researchers, one of the largest outbreaks in history.

The numbers are certainly grim, … Read More

ODU Students Get A Free Ride

September 3, 2014 |

Old Dominion University students are getting a free ride courtesy of Uber, a ridesharing service quickly gaining popularity in urban areas across the world. In order to attract more passengers to their service, they are offering a promotion to ODU … Read More

Military Jet Crashes in Virginia

August 27, 2014 |

Update: 8/29/2014, 12:00 pm. At a press conference Thursday night, Lt James Keefe of the 104th Fighter Wing announced that the pilot had been found dead.

“This is a devastating day for the family of our deceased pilot, the members of … Read More

Campus Safety Update: Police Chief Rhonda Harris Speaks Out

July 9, 2014 |

After a number of high profile crimes and violent acts last semester, one question is paramount in the minds of Old Dominion University students and their parents: what is ODU doing to make the campus safer?

According to ODU Police Chief … Read More

Alex McGinnis: One Bad Grad

July 9, 2014 | 2

Riding the aftermath of a major economic recession and subsequent recovery, many recent graduates are having trouble finding work that they aren’t overqualified for or that actually fits their major. Reading job outlook statistics can be depressing and disheartening, – … Read More

A Catatonic Conversation: Can Campus Cann Crime?

April 23, 2014 | 1

Crime. Safety.

Whenever Old Dominion University is mentioned, the conversation inevitably turns to these controversial topics.

John Cann wants to make the conversation productive.

Cann is not your average graduate student. The 43 year-old is the … Read More

Analyzing Crime

April 17, 2014 | 2

Every couple of weeks, Old Dominion University shows up in the headlines for an assault, a string of larcenies or some other major offense.

Crime has long been a major problem on and around campus.

Classes from different departments have studied the … Read More

Student Tackles Crime

October 1, 2013 | 1

When an unknown driver crashed his vehicle into two others on 42nd Street on the night Sept. 27, many simply stopped to observe the spectacle.

As the passenger of the vehicle fled on foot, ODU sophomore Nick Baines and Senior Peter … Read More

Is Crime Affecting Admissions?

April 20, 2012 |

While campus safety has preoccupied students at Old Dominion University in the past few months, crime seems to be having little to no affect in the university’s admissions rates.

According to the Office of Institutional Research and Assessment, ODU applicants have … Read More

“Bomb scare” no dud for ODU students

December 8, 2010 |

Recent details from incident shift concerns back to campus safetyRead More

Tour at the TFC

December 8, 2010 |

Tidewater Fibre Corp is doing a “Dirty Job” to clean up the EarthRead More


December 8, 2010 |

A Celebration of LifeRead More