The New York Cosmos have been forced to relocate from Hofstra’s James M. Shuart Stadium to a new field, following three championship wins. While the Cosmos remained successful on the field, business dealings started to undermine the North American Soccer League (NASL). The Ottawa Fury and Tampa Bay Rowdies joined the up-and-coming United Soccer League […]
Local non-profits and community organizations have recently launched the “I Love Long Island” Water Conservation Initiative, a campaign whose mission is to protect ground and surface water on Long Island. The initiative aims to bring awareness to the dangers of lawn pollutants by seeking to restrain the usage of pesticides and high nitrogen fertilizers, and […]
By Magdalene Michalik Staff Writer It may seem like a positive update that Hempstead’s ranking in the Princeton Review’s list of the “Worst College Towns,” based on student survey responses, has improved since January. Then again, that improvement was a mere three steps away from fourth-worst college town, to seventh. According to the Huffington Post, […]
By Magdalene Michalik Special to the Chronicle Despite the tenuous economy and job situation in the United States, Hofstra students feel confident about being employed after graduation due to various resources the university provides, These resources include events such as Wednesday’s Fall Job and Internship Fair, sponsored by The Hofstra University Career Center. “Networking […]
Hofstra University’s longest running show, “For Your Island” (“FYI”), aired its 100th episode. The show aired at 4 p.m. on Dec. 5, on Hofstra’s TV Channel 35.
“I was taking pictures, and a security officer came out and asked what I was doing,” Berkman said. “I explained I was taking pictures for a student project.”
On a sunny, comfortably chill Oct. 16, several University organizations came together to participate in the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk at Jones Beach. The shirts of the research supporters created a sea of pink that could be seen for miles. It was a 5 kilometer walk that traveled alongside the boardwalk and allowed for a calming view of the crashing waves. Participants could choose to start between the hours of 8-11 a.m.
The Chronicle has learned from a source close to the negotiations that WRHU FM and the New York Islanders have reached a verbal agreement to make the Hofstra radio station the exclusive radio home of the Islanders for 2011-12.
For many in the crowd at Wednesday’s MTA public hearing, cutting Nassau County’s access to Long Island Bus services threatens to make their weekday commute an added headache with limited mass transit.
An electrical fire in the basement of 248 Lenox Ave. in Uniondale brought fire trucks, an ambulance and the University’s Public Safety to the residence on Wednesday morning. Nassau County Fire Department reported that there were ten University students occupying the house at the time of the incident.