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Across the Campus – A Photo Essay

Two long-running university programs - the 30th annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day observance (rescheduled from its original date in January due to inclement weather) and the 20th annual Friends of the ODU Libraries Author Dinner - took place last week, as the spring semester and season roll on across the campus.



ODU Study Abroad Students to Share Experiences from Paris/Auschwitz Course

ODU will conclude a series of Jewish Education Week events Wednesday with a program presented by students who recently returned from a spring break study abroad trip to Europe, where they studied the experiences of French and Polish Jews during the Holocaust.

A Picture is Worth...

thepicturePhoto: David Hollingsworth

President John R. Broderick recognizes the recipients of this year's Hugo Owens Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Award during Thursday evening's Martin Luther King Jr. Day observance program, which had been delayed due to inclement weather on its original January date. The university awards were presented to community leaders Christine M. Darden, Jack L. Ezzell Jr., Maurice A. Jones and Dr. Patricia King. Dr. L.D. Britt, who was unable to attend the program, was recognized as the Martin Luther King Jr. Legacy of Service Award honoree.

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