Let’s Talk About Tests

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SHAKIRA MILLS Opinions Editor Taking tests becomes second nature for the college student after a while. However, for some odd reason, young adults avoid the one test that is most important: STD testing. I would be lying if I said the world isn’t aware of how scary STDs are, because we are, but are we Read More

The Grille is on FIRE

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BY AOIFE BRANCO NEWS EDITOR Amidst the torrents of rain and rumbles of thunder, students and staff in the Batten Center got an unexpected interruption when a backup generator behind the building started smoking at 5:30 p.m. Sept. 3. “I was just hanging out in the Grille waiting for my food when a security guard Read More

19 innings, 5 hours, 1 victory

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CANDICE GINDLE Staff Writer The Women’s Softball team beat Shenandoah University on Monday, April 29, in an 8-6 victory in the 2013 Old Dominion Athletic Conference championship game at the James I. Moyer Athletic Complex. The Marlins and Hornets played a 19 inning game, which lasted for four hours and 45 minutes. The length of Read More

Hail to the new chiefs

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Jessica Mackey Staff Writer Say hello to the dynamic duo for next year: Steven Bond and Thomas Mills, our newly elected Student Government Association (SGA) president and vice president, who will bring personality and strength to the student body. Newly elected President Bond is known around campus for being very personable. Whenever you see him Read More

Mini Marlins continues to make kids smile

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chiereme fortune Community Editor Recreation, mentorship and meaningful relationships are just some of the traits that Mini Marlins, a student led service project, has to offer its participants. Tracy Stevenson started the project in the fall 2010, after having visited various shelters on Marlins Make a Difference Day as an after school recreational time for Read More

‘Les Miserables’ opens at the Chrysler Tuesday

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Rachel Balsley Editor-in-Chief Even if you hadn’t heard of Les Miserables before it was turned into a hit movie, you probably have now that it is a musical on a national tour. The tour brings the incredible show here this coming week, opening at Chrysler Hall Tuesday April 26 through May 1. Showing at various Read More

‘Suddenly Last Summer’ this spring

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Rachel Balsley Editor-in-Chief When you walk into the theatre to see the spring production of “Suddenly Last Summer,” you will not be greeted by a gut busting script you may be used to. Prepare yourselves for the darkness. Tennessee William’s script is somewhat abnormal and very heavy, leaving you questioning life rather than wiping tears Read More

North Korea’s threats hit home

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Jessica Mackey Staff Writer Is it time to bring back the old time bunkers from the Cold War era? Are we back into a constant threat of nuclear war? The answer may surprise you. Over the past few weeks, North Korea’s leader Kim Jung Un has openly and belligerently threatened the U.S. and South Korea Read More

Fear the new, improved fish

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Alex Tatum Staff Writer For 10 years athletic events on campus have been made more spirited by our mascot, Bob Marlin. But this year, Bob Marlin may be getting a transformation, and he needs all the help he can get. Bob Marlin has been our mascot since 1963 and his presence has a huge impact Read More

Cirque du Soleil amazes Hampton Roads

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Shanisha Branch Staff Writer Dazzling, eye-popping, jaw-dropping and just plain fun is what describes Cirque du Soleil’s “Quidam.” This worldwide traveling circus came to Hampton Roads at Old Dominion University’s Ted Constant Convocation Center. The event showed for four days, usually with two show times. From a headless stranger with a blue bowler hat to Read More