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Mace & Crown | May 5, 2015

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Opinion Editorial Archives * Mace & Crown

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Why No One Has the Right to Condemn the Baltimore Riots

May 2, 2015 |

If They Built They Can Burn It: Why No One Has the Right to Condemn the Baltimore Riots

By Connor Norton Contributing Writer

 

“I am speaking from a place of privilege, and as such have no right to condemn … Read More

Read All About It … in the Student Newspaper

April 27, 2015 |

Those headlines and those deadlines Going ’round and ’round in my mind; I can’t get loose ’cause I know I’m bound Workin’ all night on the Mace & Crown. – Frank Sayles ’77 Editor in chief, 1975-76

By Sylvia … Read More

Proud to be a Monarch Activist

April 26, 2015 |

By Morgan Malone | Contributing Writer

On April 22, our beloved Mace & Crown published an anonymous op-ed detailing one student’s disappointment with the way our university has handled conversations about diversity. While the anonymity was meant to share the … Read More

Ashamed to be a Monarch

April 19, 2015 | 1

How ODU Students Killed the Activist in Me (and How I Came Back Stronger)

By Anonymous

ODU does not have a Diversity problem, it has a problem with discourse around Race.

That’s something that needed to be … Read More

A Day of Silence at ODU

April 18, 2015 |

By Heather Richner Contributing Writer

ODU OUT recognized the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Networks (GLSEN) National Day of Silence on April 17. According to the GLSEN, Day of Silence is the greatest action that has been taken for anti-harassment … Read More

Five Upcoming Movies that will Make You Hate Movies

April 14, 2015 |

By Ross Reelachart

Staff Writer

The year in movies is looking to be a big one as “Avengers: Age of Ultron” is set make all the money on Heaven and Earth, again. “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” will have the … 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 … Read More

Allyship ODU: Religion, What is Religion?

March 26, 2015 |

By T. Kieu Luu Contributing Writer

I was raised as a Buddhist growing up in Viet Nam. I followed it as a cultural and societal practice. I understood the faith by stories and legends that we were told. I was brought … Read More

Surviving Suicide

March 25, 2015 | 1

By Taylor Murnane

Contributing Writer

It’s one of those things that you assume will never affect you profoundly—yet you see it nearly every day in the news. It is a conversation that many deem overwhelmingly uncomfortable, thus we lack the … Read More

A Culture Is Not A Costume

March 25, 2015 |

Correction: The March 27 Mace & Crown newsletter referred to this column as part of Allyship ODU, the Mace’s collaboration with the Office of Intercultural Relations. This piece is not part of that series.

By Claudette Woodhouse

Contributing Writer

I’m … Read More

AllyshipODU: Be Open to Others’ Opinions

February 22, 2015 | 2

AllyshipODU is a series by ODU students for the campus community that illustrates how people from diverse social identities can support one another in addressing issues of inclusivity and equity. Each week features a different story on a different topic addressing … Read More

AllyshipODU: From Fatso! to Fat, So?

February 16, 2015 |

AllyshipODU is a series by ODU students for the campus community that illustrates how people from diverse social identities can support one another in addressing issues of inclusivity and equity. Each week features a different story on a different topic addressing … Read More

Laci Green Schools ODU on Sex

February 14, 2015 | 1

By Alyse Stanley Senior Writer

Students have passed out at previous presentations, YouTube personality Laci Green warned as she began her “Best Sex Ever” lecture on Feb 9.  She clicked to the next slide: a close-up photograph of a woman’s … Read More

AllyshipODU: The Rain is Your Ally

February 8, 2015 |

AllyshipODU is a series by ODU students for the campus community that illustrates how people from diverse social identities can support one another in addressing issues of inclusivity and equity. Each week features a different story on a different topic addressing … Read More