Entertainment Unlimited held their Wet ‘N Wild Cookout on Sept. 10 in the Stuyvesant Parking Lot. The event was talked about with excited anticipation around campus. It was the first big campus event of the fall semester. Unfortunately the weather seemed to bring down student’s spirits and attendance rates. The entire week had been blissfully sunny, but unluckily Saturday was cool and overcast.
The show began with a whole lot of hooting and hollering from the audience. The Danceworks show is consistently the event each semester that the most students come out to support and are most enthusiastic about. This comes as no surprise because this group pulls out all the stops and throws all of their energy into each number. It’s obvious that they do this because they love it.
The Alpha Kappa Psi business fraternity held a variety show on Thursday to benefit the Red Cross. “There’s no business like show business” featured a diverse group of Hofstra talent.
The Grammys, once again, came to fill up a three block of regular program interruption on a dull Sunday in February. As in previous years, it came with a parade of popular acts and long-winded awards, but this year it held a few upsets.
As the most beloved and most hated holiday is right around the corner, it is time to wander the aisles filled with heart shaped chocolate boxes to find the perfect romantic gift for your honey for Valentine’s Day. If you are single this year, it is time to gather up your single friends and treat yourselves to a memorable evening. Here are the top five ways for singles and couples to celebrate Valentine’s Day this February 14.
Christmas has arrived at Radio City Music Hall! With the annual arrival of the Rockettes and the Radio City Christmas Spectacular, you can feel the holiday season approaching. There is no better way to gain a little holiday cheer than to see the Christmas Spectacular.
The Art of Healing, an annual event produced by the Progressive Students Union, was put on, once again, Tuesday night in Adams Playhouse. The event was advertised as a night of entertainment that would incorporate values concerning activism and awareness.
“That rally for Sanity’s in 10 hours, we could always just leave right now if you want,” Jon said to me at a Friday-before-Halloween-party.
WRHU: You’ve just come off a big performance at the Emmys, a big ‘Born to Run’ spectacular, what was it like dancing with Kate Gosselin?
Jimmy Fallon: She was a good sport, you know, it was one of the first ideas. I was like we gotta get Kate Gosselin ‘cause she was just so awful on ‘Dancing with the Stars.’ But she was a good sport. She was like ‘I know I’m not an Dancer,’ but she was totally game and we ended up having a good time. It was great. It was so stupid but like, that’s the whole idea of it. When you’re the host of that big show you gotta set the tone and it was like everyone just be silly and enjoy it.
It goes without saying that the participants in this year’s Hofstra’s Got Talent competition, held at the John Cranford Adams Playhouse this Friday, September 24, were the most talented that Hofstra University had to offer.