Thursday, March 30, 2017

Brendan O’Hallarn

He’s has already achieved one version of the American Dream.   After growing up in poverty in Flint, Mich., DeVon Taylor ’12 graduated from Old Dominion University and from Harvard Medical School in 2016. Taylor now has begun a three-year residency ...

By Brendan O’Hallarn Former National Public Radio host Michele Norris will speak at Old Dominion University Thursday, Feb. 2 as part of the President’s Lecture Series. Norris, who for eight years was co-host of NPR newsmagazine “All Things Considered,” public ...

By Brendan O’Hallarn Sophomore management major Janay Brown is an anomaly. Not only did she earn a great grade with her senior high school project in Haymarket, Virginia in 2015 to create bacon-themed sweets, Brown turned the idea into an ...

By Brendan O’Hallarn Event emcee Ted Alexander barely had time to remark at the end of a brief ribbon cutting ceremony that the Kate and John R. Broderick Dining Commons was open when a wave of hungry Monarchs flooded through ...

By Brendan O’Hallarn A presidential historian, a Pulitzer Prize-winning newspaper editor, a nationally renowned broadcaster and author, and a philanthropist/entrepreneur will be the featured speakers in Old Dominion University’s 2016-17 President’s Lecture Series. The series serves as a marketplace for ...

By Brendan O’Hallarn It’s fair to say that Christopher Ndiritu, two-term Student Government Association president, who graduated May 7 with a degree in public health, has made the most of his time at Old Dominion University. Born in Kenya, Ndiritu ...

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