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Alternative Spring Break 2015

Spring Break Program Offers Students Service-Oriented Alternatives

For some Old Dominion University students on spring break, "fun in the sun" meant hanging drywall on the hurricane-ravaged Jersey shore, instead of hanging out at a beach resort. For others, it meant mentoring children in Miami instead of riding waves in Costa Rica.



Across Campus - A Photo Essay

Last weekend was a busy one at Old Dominion University with a variety of public events taking place, including the Big Blue 5K running race, the Charity Bowl flag football game and Old Dominion's spring football game. For those who couldn't make it out, this gallery depicts some of the fun had over the beautiful spring weekend. Photos by Chuck Thomas

A Picture is Worth...

thepicturePhoto by Chuck Thomas

At Old Dominion University, the Olympics are an annual event - the Little Feet Meet for Children with Disabilities, that is. Here, Old Dominion wide receiver Isaiah Harper congratulates a new friend with a high-five after scoring a goal at the sixth annual event that was held April 16 at S.B. Ballard Stadium at Foreman field. Sponsored by ODU, Norfolk Public Schools and Special Olympics Virginia, the fun event, which includes a variety of Olympic-style events, is held for children with multiple disabilities.

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