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Is Minimum Wage the Standard in Higher Learning?

January 24, 2015 | 2

Josh Whitener                                                                                                           […]Read More

Pod&Crown: Episode 14

April 10, 2013 |

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Harlem Shake – ODU Mace and Crown

February 16, 2013 |

The Mace & Crown made our own Harlem Shake Video. We hope you all enjoy it. The Harlem Shake craze has been sweeping the campus and we decided to join in. If you have your own video be sure to tweet it to us @maceandcrown.com Staff Included: Megan Jefferson, Ellison Gregg, Jordan Jones, Alyssa Narvell, […]Read More

Crown Jewels

January 30, 2013 |

It’s only fitting that this week’s Crown Jewels goes to Good Morning America anchor, Robin Roberts. Read More

Office of the President Weekly Address

December 17, 2011 |

As the fall semester comes to a close, I want to send my sincere wishes to all of our students to have a safe and happy holiday season, and offer congratulations to our latest class of graduates. I look forward to sharing your achievement at the commencement programs on Dec. 17. Now that the end […]Read More

Shooting at Virginia Tech

December 8, 2011 |

TRAGEDY STRIKES CAMPUS AND SURROUNDING COMMUNITIES Written By: Derek Page, News Assistant Virginia Tech experienced another tragic shooting, Thursday, December 8. The incident has left one campus police officer and one unidentified victim dead, reports confirmed just before 2 p.m. “Everyone is on edge and freaking out, pretty much,” said Abigail Garty, a junior at […]Read More

Local Hospital Becomes First

December 7, 2011 |

The O-arm replaces the C-arm in Hampton Roads Written By: William Channel, Senior Writer Sentara General Hospital in Virginia Beach has acquired an O-arm system this month, a GPS-like navigation system, for surgical use. The O-arm currently resides in Sentara’s General Hospital operating room on First Colonial Avenue. Sentara General Hospital is now one of […]Read More

Tug of War

December 7, 2011 |

Displaying the Ten Commandments. Written By: Janah Stokes,  Staff Writer A Southwestern Virginia public school is battling for the right to display the Ten Commandments. A student and the students’ parent came forward with complaints about the Ten Commandments being posted in a Giles County public school. The complaint states that the presence of the […]Read More

Office of the President: Weekly Address

December 7, 2011 |

“Hi President Broderick!  What happened to your leg?” Over the past three weeks, this has been the refrain as I’ve shuffled on crutches across campus, through events, at dinners and luncheons, and in class.  In most cases, I briefly consider an answer that places me in the midst of the pivotal tackle in the William […]Read More

Travesty in Pakistan

December 7, 2011 |

NATO airstrike on Pakistani check post was monumental communications failure Written by: Derek Page, News Assistant Ties between the United States and Pakistan have sunk to a new low after a NATO airstrike killed 24 Pakistani soldiers last Saturday, Nov. 26.  The incident occurred at a Pakistan-Afghan border when a joint US-Afghan operation came under […]Read More

Rick Perry brings up “birther” issue

November 2, 2011 |

Written By: Derek Page, Staff Writer The Republican presidential candidate and current governor of Texas, Rick Perry, expressed his skepticisms regarding the legitimacy of Barack Obama’s birth certificate in an interview with Parade Magazine on Oct. 23. “It’s fun to poke at him a little bit and say, ‘hey, how about, let’s see your grades […]Read More

Survival of the Fittest: Pumpkin Drop

November 2, 2011 |

Written By: Janah Stokes, Staff Writer Pumpkins didn’t have a chance on Thursday, Oct. 27 at Old Dominion University. They were taken to the very top of the Batten Arts and Letters building, the tallest building on campus,  and were dropped with no remorse. Fortunately, a few pumpkins survived, but the others were splattered on […]Read More

Award Winning Poet Speaks at ODU

October 6, 2011 |

Written By: William Channel, Staff Writer Billy Collins, former U.S. poet laureate, headlined the 34th annual Literary Festival at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 6, in Webb Center. This lecture was part of the President’s Lecture Series in which ODU brought in speakers to talk about their knowledge, accomplishments, and ideas. The “Series” was based around the theme […]Read More

The OmniGlobe

March 2, 2011 |

ODU spends $150,000 on a new piece of technologyRead More