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Photo Gallery: Music of the Rolling Stones

February 23, 2015 |

Photos by: Schyler Shafer [FAG id=13639]  Read More

Campus Crime Log: 2/1/15-2/15/15

February 17, 2015 |

This log include major crimes within ODU’s campus Date/Time Reported Location Description 02/02/2015,  1:58 PM Dominion House Larceny from a vehicle 02/02/2015,  5:12 PM 7-11 Larceny 02/02/2015, 12:41 AM Hampton Blvd & W 42nd St Simple Assault 02/03/2015, 11:39 AM 4600 Block Hampton Blvd Hit and Run – Property Damage 02/03/2015, 3:23 PM Scotland House […]Read More

Photo Gallery: ODU Homecoming Ball

November 11, 2014 |

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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 the 104th fighter wing and the entire F-15 community,” he said, “these tragedies remind […]Read More

Get Spooked: The Five Most Haunted Places in Virginia

October 30, 2012 | 8

Virginia doesn’t have any insane asylums or famous prisons, but that doesn’t mean it has no tales of horror. Sites where ghosts have reportedly been sighted, noises have been heard and goose bumps arise are right around the corner. 1. Peyton Randolph House – Williamsburg Williamsburg has many ghost tales and haunted tours because of […]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

Senate Race Decided

November 16, 2011 |

Written By: Morgan Malone, Contributing Writer Senator Ralph Northam and Ben Loyola both spent months campaigning to represent District 6 in the Virginia Senate. Both campaigned on issues ranging from healthcare and transportation to the size of government and education. In the end, it was Northam who topped Loyola by over 5,000 votes. “I supported […]Read More

Chemistry takes time to measure

November 16, 2011 |

Late power surge by Hokies too much for Lady Monarchs to overcome  Written By: Brian Jerry Staff Writer Freshman guard Ashley Betz-White chipped in 22 points in her first collegiate game, while senior forward center Tia Lewis added 18, but it proved to be not enough. The Virginia Tech Hokies defeated the Old Dominion Lady […]Read More

Congressman Visits Campus

November 9, 2011 |

Written By: Rebecca Osborne, Staff Writer The Student National Environmental Health Association at Old Dominion University, welcomed Congressman Bobby Scott (D-VA) on Monday, Oct. 31.  Congressman Scott, from the third district, stressed his support for laws that are critical to economic development and environmental health. The main agenda for Scott’s visit was to address environmental […]Read More