The Gadfly was a literary magazine at Old Dominion from 1962 to 1972 and featured artwork, poetry, satire, essays and photography by students for students. Topics discussed in the magazine pushed the envelope and caused tension between administration and the students.
The first yearbook, the Cauldron, was published in 1936 and documented the students and student life at the Norfolk Division of the College of William & Mary. The next yearbook was published in 1946 and had a continuous run until 1972, and was again revived in 1988 and ran until the last yearbook was published in 2007.
There are also several offices that document student life on campus, in particular, the Office of Leadership and Student Involvement and the Vice President for Student Engagement and Enrollment Services. Please search the Special Collections Database for information about these and other records.