By Rylee Johnston Special to the chronicle Multiple students have reportedly discovered insects in food they purchased from Hofstra’s Sondra and David S. Mack Student Center – the suspected result of organic produce shipments that were not sprayed with pesticides. On Friday, Nov. 3, freshman Marc Meltzer and his friend ordered lunch from Freshens. As […]
By Taylor Clarke Staff Writer As the fall season kicks into high gear, Hofstra’s Campus Dining and Compass Group hosted Autumn Fest, a fall vendor fair that offered activities and a free meal for students to enjoy. This year’s Autumn Fest hosted various food and beverage vendors while providing students with the opportunity to […]
By Samantha Storms Assistant Arts & entertainment Editor Following Compass Group’s 10-year contract renewal, dining services on campus have been revitalized to incorporate a new selection of eateries that better adhere to student’s dietary needs and wishes. A team of administrative members as well as members of the Student Government Association (SGA) worked over the […]
By: Katie Krahulik News Editor As part of a major shift in the dining experience at Hofstra University, a recently negotiated dining contract includes a Smashburger which formally opened its doors to the community on Saturday, Sept. 2. The new fast food chain located in Hofstra USA (HofUSA) is considered an upgrade to many. With […]
Come this May, Hofstra’s dining committee will decide which company will provide food services to the Hofstra community for the next 10 years, which will result in major changes in the dining halls and facilities on campus. “No matter who gets the contract, there will be significant changes,” said Vice President for Student Affairs W. […]
Maryum Imam, a senior living on campus, has not eaten meat at Hofstra for three and a half years, not because she is a vegan, a vegetarian or because she dislikes meat, but because she is Muslim. As a Muslim, Imam only consumes halal meat, which is food that is prepared in adherence to Islamic […]
Review of the new Pizzeria in Hempstead
Review of the new Bobby Flay restaurant at Roosevelt Field Mall
On Tuesday, I was given the opportunity to sample some of the new menu that will accompany the radical new renovations to the building. Aside from the video menus, a promise of breakfast at times that aren’t breakfast (arguably the bet kind of breakfast) as well as a much more expansive menu than the Kate and Willy’s we used to know, Lackmann has done its best to stray from the usual burgers and fries mentality that it was plagued with in the past. This is not to say that cheeseburgers are a bad thing, but three years of the same fried food tends to grow old after some time.
Water, Malt, Yeast, and Hops.
Together, these fabulous four ingredients create beer, the 6000 year old fermented beverage. However, the college world usually sees beer in a different light: a cheap, buy by the bulk, watered down way to get buzzed. Names like Budweiser, Coors, and Natural Ice (aka Natty Ice) are household names when it comes to beer, but they were nowhere to be found at the Spring Craft Beer Expo at Nassau Coliseum.