Erin McAndrew had to make a change. Humming fluorescent lights hang above you. Staplers click and seven phones ring in audible banality. Your keyboard is covered in an oily film. Yes, it’s 9 a.m. Yes, it’s the third cup of coffee. Your horrible manager’s thumping feet make the McGriddle you scarfed down do a backflip […]
What was your reaction to the recent hazing allegations?
Friday nights at Hofstra are marked by clusters of stumbling students, the savory smell of Popeyes fried chicken and the bright lights from the Hofstra Night Shuttle. As he coasted down the turnpike, driver Steve Oswiecinski’s walkie-talkie crackled. “Pick up at Constitution, ten-four,” he answered. Oswiecinski has been driving the night shuttle for three and […]
There is a two story brick house just a guitar pick’s throw away from the Breslin Hall that writers, poets, standup comedians, musicians and performance artists refer to as “Our Lady of Perpetual Hope.” Run primarily by Hofstra seniors Heather Levinsky and Zach Johnson, Our Lady functions as a do-it-yourself house venue, creative hub and […]
Jhumpa Lahiri, Pulitzer Prize winning author and professor of creative writing at Princeton University, sat down at Hofstra Hall on Oct. 10 to discuss her work and answer questions from students. Later that evening, she read at the Great Writers, Great Readings event at the Helene Fortunoff Theater in Monroe Lecture Center. Lahiri’s work hones […]
Over a hundred students and parents poured into the Student Center Theater on Saturday, Oct. 8 for the Fall Festival Variety Show. Featuring a talent show and a pageant, the annual Variety Show was a great opportunity for students to showcase themselves before an audience of their peers and parents. The Hofstra Dutchmen, an all-male […]