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J Lab Research: Neutrons, Protons Can Act Like Girls and Boys at the ‘Hop’

A team of researchers working at the Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility in Newport News, including eight with ties to Old Dominion University, report in Science magazine that they have detected new momentum characteristics of certain sub-nuclear particles that remind them of what might happen when girls outnumber boys at a sock hop.



Across Campus - A Photo Essay

The weekly "Student Performance Hour" gives students studying music at ODU an opportunity to perform solo. It prepares them for tests, degree recital performances and as one student said, "to help with stage presence." The chance to see these musicians and singers perform happens every Wednesday at Chandler Recital Hall. Photos by David Hollingsworth

A Picture is Worth...

thepicturePhoto by David Hollingsworth

Recent President Lecture Series speaker Jeff Henderson captivated a capacity audience of more than 700 people with the harrowing tale of how he rose from a troubled background, including 10 years spent in federal prison, to become one of the most influential celebrity chefs in America. Here, "Chef Jeff" signs a copy of his book "Cooked" for Monarch Dining's Executive Chef Robert Patton.

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