Tuesday Dec 17
ODU master plan comes into focus
In the past 12 months, Old Dominion University has laid the groundwork for smart, focused growth.
Tuesday Dec 17
Executive Director of Peter Kiewit Institute Resigns
Institute of Information Science, Technology and Engineering, stepped down from his position this week.
Tuesday Dec 17
Loose lion dog generates ticket for Norfolk owner
The owner of a famous dog groomed like a lion has been ordered to go to court after Charles the Monarch was found loose outside Hardee's in Ghent.
Mon Dec 16, 2013
Hampton Roads Daily Press
Glitch forces Antares' launch reschedule
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Sun Dec 15, 2013
As GI Bill Reaches Milestone, Veterans Push for Better Services on Campus
When Jose Roman enrolled at Old Dominion University in the spring of 2012, he thought he would find more services for veterans on the campus than he did.
The Daily News Leader
Food banks in Virginia gearing up for rising demand
The Foodbank of Southeastern Virginia and the Eastern Shore doesn't like it when business goes up, but recently the region's largest supplier for charity agencies has seen a troubling boom.
Sat Dec 14, 2013
The Times Leader
New grads advised to be attentive to life
Yet poet Timothy Seibles was dead on when he delivered his "Zombie Blues Villanelle" to the 319 soon-to-be graduates of Misericordia University during the school's 3rd annual Winter Commencement on Saturday.
Timothy Tam, math professor at CCP
Timothy Tam, 61, of Huntingdon Valley, an assistant professor of mathematics at Community College of Philadelphia, died Sunday, Nov. 24, at Holy Redeemer Hospital in Meadowbrook of injuries sustained in an automobile accident that day near his home.
Wed Dec 11, 2013
McDonnell proposes $183M increase for higher ed
Gov. Bob McDonnell is proposing more than $183 million in increased state funding over the next two-year budget cycle for higher education.
ODU president elected Va. Space Grant chairman
Old Dominion University President John Broderick has been elected chairman of the Virginia Space Grant Consortium's board of directors.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
Damascus Chamber Singers set to perform at Carnegie Hall in March
Damascus High School chamber singers Brianna Nelson and Rodesia Roberts perform “Homeward Bound” with their peers at the American Legion Post 171 Veterans Day service last month in Damascus.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
Region's food charities have more mouths to feed, less to go around
Monasha Moore, 16, sorts through donations with fellow volunteers from Family Career Community Leaders of America on Thursday, Dec. 5, 2013, at Foodbank of Southeastern Virginia and the Eastern Shore.
Half-century of safe flying earns pilot lofty honor
Dec. 09--CHESAPEAKE -- In 1954, 10-year-old George Galo took his first ride in an airplane.
Building a business from scratch: A true story
Ever wonder what it takes to build a successful business from scratch? The short answer is lots of hard work, a passion that propels you to reach new heights every day and a willingness to take risk.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
"I'm not sure exactly how to characterize it, how it came to me, but I decided that I really wanted to be a college professor," said.
What's in a name? | "The Ted," Norfolk
The Ted Constant Convocation Center on Hampton Blvd in Norfolk, Va., is seen Thursday night, Nov. 21, 2013 for WIAN120913.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
The Citizens' Voice
Following graduation from ESU in 2003, Semcheski spent the summer working at the ESU-affiliated Marine Science Consortium on the Eastern Shore of Virginia.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
The Miami Herald
Former Texas A&M president is new MU chancellor
The University of Missouri turned to a familiar face from a rival SEC school to replace its retired chancellor, selecting a bow-tie wearing Texan who led one of the country's largest universities.
ODU board approves master plan, 30,000-seat football stadium
The Old Dominion University Board of Visitors approved a proposed campus master plan this morning that calls for ODU to double its classroom, research and student support space over the next 20 years, but stay within its current 250-acre footprint.
University system has lost its way
The time has come for Virginia to consider implementing a statewide university system for its public four-year institutions of higher learning.