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Perry Library Looks to Improve After Survey
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Perry Library Looks to Improve After Survey

Jonah Grinkewitz Staff WriterThe results are in for the survey conducted by ODU’s Perry Library assessing how students, faculty and staff rate their services. It focused on three areas: the quality of the library as a space, the effectiveness of service, and information control.The library may be the most important building and […]

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Wrestling Falls to North Iowa, 21-12

Jonathan Harding Contributing WriterIn the Mid-American Conference (MAC) opener, the Old Dominion Monarchs, ranked No. 17, fell to North Iowa, ranked No. 21, with a final score of 21-12.“I’m very disappointed with this loss. I thought we were going to beat these guys, to be honest with you,” head coach […]

Spring Preview: Your Guide to Over 50 Events at Old Dominion University
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Spring Preview: Your Guide to Over 50 Events at Old Dominion University

Jason Kazi Staff WriterSpeaking Engagements to Enlighten StudentsEvery semester, the Office of University Events brings an eclectic variety of speakers to campus. This spring’s speakers include: activist Alicia Garza, humanitarian Alan Gross, biologist and neurologist Kenneth Catania, Ai-jen Poo, Erik Nielson and Travis Gosa.Alicia Garza is a social activist and […]

Cofounder of #BlackLivesMatter to Speak at ODU
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Cofounder of #BlackLivesMatter to Speak at ODU

Jason Kazi Staff WriterAlicia Garza, community organizer and co-founder of #BlackLivesMatter will speak as part of the President’s Lecture Series.After George Zimmerman’s 2013 acquittal, Alicia along with friends Opal Tometi and Patrisse Cullors took to social media to launch the hashtag and conversation around “Black Lives Matter.” The movement now […]

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Is ODU a Safe Campus to Be On?

Kenae Frazier Contributing Writer During the fall semester, there were many emails sent to students by Giovanna Genard about incidents that happen on or near campus. There have been many reports of robberies, gunshots fired and deaths. This has put fear into students around campus. The police department has issued countless […]

November ODU Area Crime Log
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November ODU Area Crime Log

Assaults: An assault was reported to have occurred on November 7th at 3:46 p.m. at the 900 Block of W. 31st St.An assault was reported to have occurred on November 9th at 8:00 a.m. at the 4300 Block of Killam Ave. The assailant was cleared by arrest.An assault was reported to have occurred on November 12th […]

Long Nights, Fast Cars with the SAE
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Long Nights, Fast Cars with the SAE

Ross Reelachart Technology Editor Any students that have an interest in working with their hands, building something complicated from scratch and driving the result at high speeds should look into joining the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE). Part of ODU Motorsports, which is under the Department of Mechanical Engineering in the […]

NAACP Holds Diversity Discussion
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NAACP Holds Diversity Discussion

Sean Davis Editor-in-Chief The first step to fixing a problem is to acknowledge that there is one, or so they say. The ODU NAACP chapter attempted to do just that to solve shortcomings in campus inclusivity. Their open meeting on Nov. 10, “ODUnited: But are We Really?” proved productive as […]