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WEDNESDAY | 3.14.12 MaceandCROWN.COM | Vol. 54, Issue 19

Student’s Flood Webb

By: David Bakhshaee Editor-in-Chief Southeastern Virginia students in grades 6-12 competed in the Tidewater Science and Engineering Fair at Old Dominion University. The annual fair took place inside Webb center and was organized and sponsored by the Tide-

Webb Adds to their Menu see A2

water Science Congress and ODU. Webb was filled with nearly 300 projects and was judged by ODU faculty and staff. These same judges also acted as coordinators and college admissions advisors. ODU is a longtime supporter of educational fairs. “I’m all for it. Those are two important fields for the future, it is good to

Getting Personal Simplified see A3

see ODU taking a role in promoting them,” said Colin Dalton, first year graduate student. Student’s exhibited high levels of passion while the public was able to view the projects and displays. Topics ranged from chemistry, biochemistry, computer science, mechanical and electrical engineering and animal sciences. “In today’s environmental world, it is very important to understand how fertilizers in our lake and pond waters impact fish living in it,” said Lauren Manuel, a student at Kemps Landing Magnet School in Virginia Beach, when talking about her project regarding the effects of different fertilizer types. On the other side of Webb, Nick Lowe, a student at Princess Anne Middle School in Virginia Beach, experimented to see if there is a difference in the level of protection various certified helmets provide their users. The project consisted of a comparison between “two NOCSAE certified helmets to see if there is a significant difference in how they protect from head injury,” said Lowe.

Women’s History Month see A4

ODU Hosts Science and Engineering Fair

Participation in the fair was open to students in private and public schools as well as home-schooled students. Students represented schools from cities such as Norfolk, Chesapeake, Newport News, Suffolk, Williamsburg, and Isle of Wight. First place winners will qualify and continue on to the Virginia State Sci-

ODU Basketball at the Tournament see B1

REINVENTING NORFOLK Waterside to get makeover By: David Bakhshaee Editor-in-Chief The City of Norfolk is currently adjudicating two very contradistinctive proposals to overhaul and revitalize downtown Norfolk’s waterfront. The first option, pitched by HL Development Group, proposes to build a conference center with a Ferris wheel, and would seek to connect the waterfront with downtown. The second option, pitched by Cordish Cos., proposes to markedly renovate waterside by building an open market area, 13 restaurants and an entertainment venue. Norfolk City Council members listen to proposal from HL Development Group.

What’s Inside

ence and Engineering Fair on April 6-7, which will also be entertained by ODU.


Sell Your Things Through the Mace & Crown Mar 14 The @MaceandCrown is creating a Classifieds section. We are generating free space for students to sell their #junk. The Sundry section of every paper lists all the items for sale.

Norfolk Weather

Mar 14

#Norfolk #Weather hopefully #SpringBreak can bring the spring weather back to Norfolk.

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KONY 2012 San Diego based non-profit, Invisible Children, released a half-hour documentary about a Ugandan warlord. Their intention was to make Joseph Kony, leader of the Lord’s Resistance Army, a universally recognized name. For more information go to A2


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Mace & Crown staff David Bakhshaee Editor in Chief Justin Brown News Editor Alyssa Narvell Arts & Entertainment Editor Matthew McCracken Sports Editor Megan Jefferson Senior Design LJ Harris Web Designer

Letter from the Editor

The Mace and Crown is very grateful for your readership. Currently, our publication is undergoing a massive change regarding content and layout. Some new changes that will be made will include the construction of a Classifieds section, a weather section, departmental updates and news from the Virginia Beach Higher Education Center. Weekly “secret shopper” restaurant reviews will also be provided. The Classifieds section will be free for registered ODU students, administrators, faculty, staff and will be published in our print issue for free. Content that may be submitted to be published include electronics, furniture, tickets, cars/motorcycles, bicycles, textbooks, garage sales etc. Personal ads will also be available. Weather updates will be provided both online and in the print issue. Please keep in mind, the information regarding weather is submitted on Sunday night and will not be printed until Wednesday, so please be aware that sudden changes in the weather may occur. For the most up to date campus weather information, please visit the maceandcrown. com. The Mace and Crown has reached out to various scholastic departments within the university as well as local businesses in the sur-

Jessica Starr Copy Editor

Derek Page News Assistant Promotional poster for video and campaign.

Jake Ullrich Sports Assistant Ari Gould Photography Assistant Senior Writers: Ben Decowski RJay Molina

Staff Photographers: Bruce Foote Marlie De Clerck Chris Sampson Rachel Chasin Jake Zimmerman Binh Dong Lauren Makely General Information: The Mace & Crown is a newspaper published by and written for the students of Old Dominion once a week throughout each semester and once in the summer. Originally founded in 1930 as the The High Hat, the paper became the Mace & Crown in 1961. The Mace & Crown is a primarily selfsupporting newspaper,maintaining journalistic independance from the university. All views expressed in this collegiate paper are those of the author, not of the University, Mace & Crown, or the editors. Contact Information: Phone: 757-683-3452 Fax: 757-683-3459 Advertising: 757-683-4773

KONY 2012 By: David Bakhshaee Editor-in-Chief

Elaina Ellis Photography Editor

Staff Writers: Brian Jerry Alexander Rose Allison Terres Robbie Ciara Timothy Fulghum Steve Knauer Janah Stokes Ethan Shaw Jessica Scheck Lauren Grant Gianina Thompson Elizabeth Bowry Emma Needham Jordan Jones Megan Stamper Jessica Piland MaryAnn Jackson Paul Minto Lateesha Gloston Nour Kheireddine Siaga Johnson Shawn Minor Angel Dodson Sarah Roby Daniel Felarca Andrew Tompkins

Cheers, David Bakhshaee Editor-in-Chief

Video is Web Sensation

Drew Marmo Advertising Director

Ethan Shaw Arts & Entertainment Assistant

rounding area. My goal is to increase the level of information and knowledge that is available to students on all levels of campus life and activities. Every week, the Mace and Crown will also be providing you with information regarding restaurants on campus. Cleanliness, timeliness, customer service, food quality and customer satisfaction will all be assessed. As Editor-in-Chief, I believe that it is my duty to serve you the students, in a way that increases transparency at all levels within the university. In order for this to be possible, I need your help. Please bring forward any story you feel is newsworthy, any photo’s you believe are worth looking at or any issues or topics that you feel need to be addressed. Once again, we at the Mace and Crown thank you for reading our publication and want to remind you that we made it just for you.

Joseph Kony, leader of the Lord’s Resistance Army. By: David Bakhshaee Editor-in-Chief Old Dominion University students will experience a plethora of changes to the university’s dining menus in 2012. ODU Monarch Dining Services/Aramark announced that the spring menus will feature more than 100 new entrees and side dishes. Dishes will include Creole Fried Pollack, Seafood Newburg, Vegetable Enchilada with Red Sauce, and many other creative dishes including Jambalaya. The new spring menu will also appeal to Vegans and Vegetarians. “Based on our students’ feedback, we are excited to introduce new international flavors and creative twists on traditional student favorites, as well as vegan and vegetarian options,” said Janet Mclaughlin, Resident District Manager for ODU Monarch Dining Services/Aramark.

San Diego based non-profit, Invisible Children, released a half-hour documentary about a Ugandan warlord. Their intention was to make Joseph Kony, leader of the Lord’s Resistance Army, a universally recognized name. “I think Kony will go the way of all mass murders, the video may well help to accelerate that process. More importantly though, I believe the video will help prevent future Kony’s”. The LRA is a brutal, particularly infamous army that is known for recruiting its army through force and abduction. They are also known for licentiously raping, mutilating and massacring their victims. In October 2011, President Barack Obama ordered 100 U.S. troops to the Central African region to assist in hunting down Kony. Obama made it clear that the troops would be “combat ready”, however would only engage aggressively if acting out of self-defense. The film, “Kony 2012” has been viewed by more than 52 million viewers. “I think regardless of the praise and criticism surrounding the film, it is inspiring to see the role young people play; responding and raising awareness of a long neglected part of the world,” said Dalton. To view the video, please go to the

Hungry for Change? ODU Dining announces new menu options


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REINVENTING NORFOLK continued from “Norfolk” (A1)

“I think the proposal that keeps Waterside is better,” said Luke Watson, third year economics student at Old Dominion University. There are two other options on the table. The two propositions could be combined or they both could be scrapped. As a part of ODU’s Model United Nations group, Watson, Secretary General at the time, ran their yearly conference at the Waterside Sheraton in Norfolk. The event brought together over 1,000 high school students in a debate style conference. “We need a better Waterside with more food and things to do. That was actually the biggest complaint we got from school sponsors in our feedback session,” said Watson. In an interview with The Virginian-Pilot, David Cordish, president of HL Development Group said “Waterside needs to be refreshed.” “Downtown already has numerous conference centers,” said Colin Dalton, first year graduate student at ODU. “Ferris wheels are for carnivals.” No matter which scenario is chosen, or if both are dismissed, Norfolk’s waterfront seems destined for reform.

Cordish Companies’ proposal for Norfolk’s Waterside featuring multiple restaurants and live entertainment.

Getting Personal: Abbreviations Simplified

By: Drew Marmo Staff Writer Spring is around the corner, and you know what that means. Personal ads! For those prospective lovebirds out there the Mace is proud to feature tips, tools, and other inquisitive nonsense


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that’ll make promoting yourself that much easier. For starters let’s touch on a few basics; such as abbreviations. Many of you secretly check out Craigslist or other unmentionable bulletin boards in hopes of finding a life of love or at a minimum, fifteen minutes of bliss. Either way, you need to know your way around said infor-


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mation depositories if you want to be successful in your endeavors. Whether you’re an AL (animal lover) or a BHM (big handsome man or bald headed man…same thing), knowing the correct abbreviation(s) is essential—and because your happiness is our top priority, we’ve featured this alluring list of abbreviations.


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Note: The Mace & Crown is not responsible for how you choose to abbreviate yourself or for the potential abbreviations you may encounter. Abbreviate responsibly. And kids, just remember to have a good time, but don’t be a good time.


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ODU VB: Women’s History Month

2012 Women’s History Month Celebration Talk featuring national award-winning author: M. Evelina Galang

Since 1998, Galang has researched the lives of the surviving Filipina “Comfort Women” of WWII. In 2002, as a Fulbright Senior Scholar in the Philippines, Galang continued her work with them. Lolas’ House: Women Living with War tells the stories of 15 surviving Filipina “Comfort Women.” Galang’s books include Her Wild American Self, Screaming Monkeys and One Tribe, telling stories of first generation immigrants and the diverse and often neglected history of Asian Americans while challenging stereotypes in the media. Galang directs the Creative Writing Program at the University of Miami. This event will be streamed live to ODU Peninsula and ODU Tri-Cities Centers. At ODU Virginia Beach a reception and book signing will follow the talk. Book sales at provided by the University Village Bookstore. Free and Open to the Public. Date: Thu, 03/15 12:30pm - 2:00pm Type: Lecture Location: VA Beach Higher Ed. Center Room: Lecture Hall, 244

odu happenings

3/14 - 3/20

ODU Music 25th Annual Harold Protsman Annual Classical Period Piano Competition 3/17 2:30p – 4:30p Diehn Fine and Performing Arts Center Free Andrew Willis w/ the ODU Orchestra 3/19 8p – 10p Diehn Fine and Performing Arts Center Chandler Recital Hall 683.4061 $10 students; $15 general ODU Arts Graduating Seniors Showcase Exhibition Series 3/13 – 3/17 11a – 5p Baron & Ellin Gordon Art Galleries Free Youth Art Month - Boys & Girls Clubs Regional Art Exhibit 3/1 – 3/29 8a – 6p Virginia Beach Higher Education Center Atrium Room Free ODU Theater/Music The Misadventures of an Awkward Black Girl 3/14 8p – 10p Miller Godwin – 683.4818 Free Idiots Karamazov 3/15 – 3/24 8p University Theater 683.5305 $15 students; $20 general

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Slam Poetry Competition 3/16 7p – 9p Webb Center North Cafeteria 683.4818 Free LUNAFEST 5th Annual Film Series, For & About Women 3/19 6:30p – 9p University Theater 683.4109 $5 students; $10 general ODU Sports NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Championships 3/17 11a 3/19 7p Ted Constant Convocation Center $19 admission ODU Talks Provost’s Conversation on Teaching and Learning 3/15 12:30p – 1:30p Perry Library Learning Commons Conference Room Free Women’s History Month: Speaker M. Evelina Galang 3/15 12:30p – 2p Virginia Beach Higher Education Center Lecture Hall 244 683.4109 Free Women’s Center 35th Anniversary Keynote: Naomi Wolf 3/15 7p – 8p Webb Center North Cafeteria 683.4109 Free

Maura Hametz lectures: The Habsburg Empress in Trieste’s Liberty Square 3/20 12:30p – 1:30p Batten Arts and Letters 9024 Free Breaking the Glass Ceiling 3/20 12:30p – 1:30p Webb Center Cape Charles Room 683.4109 Marc and Connie Jacobson Raoul Wallenberg Humanitarian Lecture: author Imaculee Llibagiza 3/20 7:30p – 8:30p Webb Center North Cafeteria 683.5759 Free Everything Else ODU Stitch A Bit 3/14 5p – 7p Webb Center – North Mall 683.4109 Free 2012 Hampton Roads Real Estate Market Review & Forecast 3/14 3p – 4:30p Ted Constant Convocation Center $75.00 registration

local happenings

3/14 - 3/20

Local Music The Mikado 3/14 7:30p, 3/16 8p, 3/18 2:30p Harrison Opera House 623.1223 $25

Hank 3 3/14 8p The NorVa 800.745.3000 $15 advance; $20 day of Winter Jam: Christian Music’s Largest Annual Tour 3/15 7p Scope 664.6464 $10 City Lights / Freshman 15 3/15 7p The NorVa 800.745.3000 $10 advance; $12.50 day of Battery – Masters of Metallica 3/16 8p The NorVa 800.745.3000 $18.25 general The Fighting Jamesons 3/17 8p The NorVa 800.745.3000 $12.50 Two Tone Cadillac 3/17 10p Hell’s Kitchen 624.1906 Varies Local Art Michael Vigil: Southwest Heritage – World Wide View. Meet Michael Vigil. 3/15 6p – 8p d’ART Center 625.4211 Chrysler Museum of Art Year ‘round 664.6200

Tools of the Creative Mind: Governor’s School for the Arts Exhibition 3/9 – 3/18 Hermitage Museum & Gardens 423.2052

Everything Else Local Creative & Creative Writing Classes 3/6 – 3/15 The Muse Writer’s Center 818.9880 $45 - $215

“The South in Black & White: Photographs by Baldwin Lee” 3/14 – 3/17 Chrysler Museum of Art 664.6200 Free

Victory Rover Naval Base Cruises 3/14, 3/15, 3/16 2p Nauticus 664.1000

Local Theater Storytime @ Park Place 3/7, 3/14 10:30a Park Place Branch Library 664.7330 Wicked 3/14 – 3/24 times vary Chrysler Hall 671.8100 $33 - $90 Local Sports Norfolk Admirals Hockey vs. WB Scranton Penguins 3/14 7:15p Norfolk Scope Arena 664.6464 $ varies Local Talk Loretta Washburn – 35 Winning Strategies from Today’s Leading Entrepreneurs - Book Signing 3/15 7p – 9p Up Center Books 623.1119 Free

Swing Dance Classes 3/15 7p Attucks Theatre $5 - $10 Rumage Sale 3/16 9a – 3p, 3/17 9a – 3p McKendree United Methodist Church 853.0680 Free ShamROCK ‘N ROLL 3/17 5p – 9p TowneBank Fountain Park 441.2345 Free Best Plants of Hampton Roads 3/19 1p – 3:30p Norfolk Botanical Garden 441.5830 ext 338 $ Varies

coming to theaters


21 Jump Street – Jonah Hill, Channing Tatum, Ice Cube – R – 1 hr. 50 min. – Action Comedy Delicacy – PG-13 – 1 hr. 48 min – Art House/Foreign The FP – Jason Trost, Lee Valamassy, Caitlyn Folley – R – 1 hr. 22 min. – Parody/ Spoof Free Men - Tahar Rahim, Michael Lonsdale, Mahmoud Shalaby – 1 hr. 39 min. – Drama Natural Selection – Rachael Harris, Matt O’Leary, Jon Gries – R – 1 hr. 30 min. – Art House/Foreign Seeking Justice – Nicholas Cage, January Jones, Guy Pearce – R – 1 hr. 45 min. – Action/Adventure Jeff Who Lives at Home – Jason Segel, Ed Helms, Susan Sarandon – R – 1 hr. 23 min. – Art House/ Foreign Casa De Mi Padre – Will Ferrell, Gael Garcia Bernal, Diego Luna – R – 1 hr. 24 min. – Comedy

The Mace & Crown Presents

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Monarchs Fall 68-51 to the Dragons of Drexel By: Jake Ullrich Assistant Sports Editor The Monarchs walked off the court Sunday night the second best team. Poor shooting and turnovers plagued the Monarchs, but ultimately the Dragons staggering defense and impressive play led to a 68-51 defeat for Old Dominion. The team shot a miserable 33.3 percent from the field and an even worse 16.7 percent from three. Kent Bazemore finished 6 for 20, including 0 for 5 from behind the arc. “They did [defensively] the same thing every team pretty much did, they made me work” Bazemore said. “My shot didn’t fall today and that’s pretty much what happened. “They all felt good, they just didn’t go in.”

The Monarchs were immediately put in a hole when the Dragons started the game on a 9-0 run. The team who couldn’t miss Saturday, couldn’t make Sunday. Dmitri Batten’s three-pointer finally put the Monarchs on the board. The team struggled to run any type of offense, too frequently relying on a Nick Wright turn-around in the post. Bazemore, nor Donte Hill, both who excelled Saturday, found little offensive flow. Luckily the Monarchs continued to play exceptional defense and kept the game within reach, down 27-17 at half time. The Monarchs, who went on a 12-4 run to start the half against Delaware, found themselves down 16 quickly into the half. Instead of allowing the game to

get completely out of hand, the team went on a 8-0 run to bring the lead back to single digits. The crowd was on their feet and it seemed the Monarchs could get back in the game. A smart time out by Drexel’s coach Brusier Frazier settled the Dragons down and initiated a 9-2 run to double the lead. The lead only grew from there. It was the last game of an exceptional career for Kent Bazemore. He fouled out with 1:10 left and left to an ovation from the crowd. “They really made Kent work,” coach Blaine Taylor said of Bazemore’s performance. “Kent’s played so well the past month that he got a lot of attention.” The Dragons played the Rams of VCU for the Championship.

Top Left: Nick Wright shoots over Delaware’s Brinkley in the CAA quarterfinals. Middle Left: Kent Bazemore looks to dish the ball to a teammate against Drexel. Middle Right: Donte Hill running the Monarch offense against Drexel.

monarch mentions • Old Dominion Women’s Lacrosse lost a close battle against Oregon 10-9 on Saturday, Mar. 10. • ODU Sailing unveils their new 500-foot pier off the Old Dominion Sailing Center into the Elizabeth River. • Lady Monarch Basketball fell to Delaware in the CAA Quarterfinals 74-54 after knocking out Towson.

Bottom: Drexel’s head coach Bruiser Flint arguing a call with a referee.

Athlete of the Week:

Jackie Cook Junior Guard Cook scored a combined 33 points in two games in the 2012 CAA Tournament in Upper Marlboro, Maryland as the Monarchs lost to No. 1 seeded Delaware in the quarterfinals.

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Leadership Lecture Series:

SAC Free Movie:

Student Orgs Presidents’ Roundtable

Class of 2012 Beer Tasting

“The Journey”

Sherlock Holmes A Game of Shadows

Baron and Ellin Gordon Art Gallery on Monarch Way 6:30-8:30pm

Webb Center, River Rooms 12pm

MGB 102 8pm

Sponsor: OSAL 683-3446

Sponsor: SAC 683-4818

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Sponsor: Office of Development & Alumni Assoc. 683-3091





Global Open Mic Night

PAW Event:

Student Film Gallery

BAL 1012 12pm

MGB 102 8pm

Sponsor: Women’s Ctr & OIR 683-4109

Sponsor: Global Ambassadors If interested in performing, contact

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Breaking the Glass Ceiling

University Theatre 4600 Hampton Blvd. 6:30pm, reception 7pm, showtime

Webb Center, Cape Charles 12:30-1:30pm

Women’s Center 35th Anniversary Keynote:

Naomi Wolf “What’s Next for Feminism & Why Should I Care? Webb Center, 7pm

SAC Free Movie:

Sherlock Holmes A Game of Shadows MGB 102 8pm Sponsor: SAC 683-4818

Webb Center, South Mall 7-10pm

*Tickets available at the Webb Info Desk, $5 per student, $10 general admission

Sponsor: Women’s Ctr & Delta Sigma Lamba 683-4109

Webb Center, Chesapeake Room 12:30pm

Slam Poetry Competition

A panel discussion feat. four women who have broken the glass ceiling in their respective elds.

Sponsor: Women’s Ctr, Golden Key, Phi Kappa Phi, Chi Sigma Alpha 683-4109

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