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Mace & Crown | February 28, 2015

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Arts and Entertainment Archives * Mace & Crown

“Workaholics” Putting in Work

March 31, 2011 |

Comedy Central Presents the Show Every Post-Grad Dreams Of By: Martin Tucker   Comedy Central’s new gem, “Workaholics,” stars Adam Devine, Blake Anderson and Anders Holm as three post-grads who have found their calling in the telemarketing business. The Kyle Newacheck-directed series is a guide to how to preserve the more dubious parts of college […]Read More

Time Lounge Goes International

March 26, 2011 |

By: Ethan Shaw ODU F.O.R.E.I.G.N.E.R.S. Club Hosts party in Downtown Norfolk For the last few years, Old Dominion’s F.O.R.E.I.G.N.E.R.S. club has been associated with Granby Street’s Time Lounge.  A reputable bar and club, Time Lounge has been one of downtown Norfolk’s most popular hot spots.  Last night at 10:30 p.m. was the “Caribbean Vibes Party,” […]Read More

Jennifer Mullen Collins Speaks Out About ‘ODU Alerts’

March 24, 2011 |

By: Derek Page A handful of students from the Communications Club took their seats among the first few rows of MGB 102. By request, Jennifer Mullen Collins arrived promptly on time. On the rainy afternoon of March 24, these few students got a first-hand view into the career of the notorious “emergency notification lady,” as […]Read More

Dr. Melissa Harris-Perry Delivers Black History Keynote Presentation

February 23, 2011 |

By: Martin Tucker President John R. Broderick hustled down the first row of reserved seats at about 6:50 p.m. in the North Café giving every privileged attendant firm handshakes, brief eye contact and gracious greetings before joining colleagues by the dividers. Associate Director of Intercultural Initiatives of the Office of Intercultural Relations, Alicia Phillips-Dunlap, was […]Read More

Wonderful ladies of Ya Gamila!

February 23, 2011 |

By: Nour Kheireddine Ya Gamila! is a belly dancing organization started here at Old Dominion University.  It is the first belly dancing organization and its growing speed is remarkable. The purpose of this group is to connect cultures together through dance and music.  Who else is better to start this mission other than Ty Jordan […]Read More

Thumbs Up for Sexual Health

February 23, 2011 |

By: Nour Kheireddine Want to know what the most popular thing is around Old Dominion Campus?  Well it isn’t the Webb Center, activity hour, food or events sponsored by different student organizations.  Give up on guessing?  Sex is the most popular buzz between the students on campus, but unfortunately with sex comes a lot of […]Read More

Sharing Ideas with Proverbial at 37th & Zen

February 23, 2011 |

By Siaga Johnson 37th & Zen, an up and coming recreation lounge, hosts “Battle of the Bands” weekly, where bands of various types perform their songs and compete for the judges’ favor. On Tuesday, Feb. 15 the Richmond-based band, Proverbial, was welcomed to the stage adorned with green and blue lights, drums and amplifiers. The […]Read More

The Eagle

February 16, 2011 |

By: Lauren Grant I can confidently say, without fear of being dramatic, that “The Eagle” was probably one of the most boring movies I have ever had to sit through. I’m usually into the whole old Roman/Greek/Trojan or any other kind of ancient empire war fighting movie thing, so it really shocked me when I […]Read More

Fashion Profile of the Week: Kyle Kendall

February 16, 2011 |

By: Heather Habermehl Kyle Kendall, senior, Information Technology major Outfit Description: Kendall is wearing a basic black hoodie with a graphic-less charcoal v-neck shirt underneath. His jeans have a straight-leg cut. Topped with an ODU baseball hat, Kendall shows off his school pride. Fashion Tastes and Preferences: Kendall explained that fashion is not a big […]Read More

Floetic Movement: “The Dedication”

February 16, 2011 |

By: Derek Page The House of Blues, located in Old Dominion’s North Cafe of Webb Center, was packed with hopeful lovers, good friends and good times this past Friday night, Feb. 11, 2011.  With the support of the Division of Student Affairs and as a part of PAW (Programs All Week), student organization Floetic Movement […]Read More

XO4DEM Showcased Talent From All Angles of the Electronic Music World

February 16, 2011 |

By: Jonathan Moran Time Lounge’s XO4EDM event was a showcase of DJs with skills any techno fan would have loved to witness. XO4EDM events are described as peace, love, unity and respect for electronic dance music and clubbers on the dance floor fell right into this vibe. The announcers that night played amazing sets, each […]Read More

There’s Gonna Be A Rally After

February 16, 2011 |

Christina Kanu and the Black Student Alliance Host the Annual Black History Trivia By: Martin Tucker Christina Kanu, the event planner, entered the combined rooms of Cape Charles and Isle of Wight. It was as if her mere presence attracted scores of the black student body. It appeared the Black Moses moniker had found someone […]Read More

Speed Dating 101

February 16, 2011 |

By: Preston Kerrick We live in an age of speed. People want things quicker, more conveniently and at their fingertips. Technology plays an integral role in making connections and building relationships. With the use of social networking sites, cellular devices and computers in general, we have neglected the value of face-to-face human interaction. One method […]Read More

Shake those hips and move your body!

February 16, 2011 |

By: Nour Kheireddine Zumba is a great way to have fun and lose weight at the same time. Zumba is a Latin dance and cardio workout that burns lots of calories and builds muscle.   The Student Recreation Center at Old Dominion University offers free classes for students all year long.  Basically, the routine consists of abdominal, […]Read More