April 9, 2004
News for Faculty, Staff, Students & Friends
Volume 33, No. 10

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freedomPhoto by Sonja Y. Foster

Down the homestretch
Members of the ODU lacrosse team carry the Stars and Stripes on their mile run around the campus as part of Run for Freedom, a project conceived by Jason Redman, student battalion commander of the Navy ROTC, to honor the servicemen and women who have died in the War on Terror. More than 700 members of the campus and local communities, led by ODU Army and Navy ROTC students, ran one-mile legs continuously in the April 3-8 relay. The event generated thousands of dollars to benefit the families of the fallen service members.

Board approves tuition/fee rates, tenure, emeritus appointments
Old Dominion will raise its tuition and fees for in-state undergraduate students by 6.9 percent, effective with the summer 2004 term. Full story

Work expected to resume soon on maglev
Work on the stalled magnetic levitation transportation system on campus, known as maglev, could resume sometime this month, following a settlement reached by American Maglev Technology (AMT) and three of its subcontractors over the issue of non-payment for work. Full story


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