By: Amber Qalagari
With the Presidential Debate only months away there is no doubt that politics are in the air at Hofstra. The presidential election is not the only election on the minds of long islanders as the GOP Primaries of the New York State’s 4th…
The Chronicle’s six part feature on the Draft
NEWARK, NJ– Basketball’s bright lights shined upon The Prudential Center Thursday night as the 2012 NBA Draft gave NBA homes to some of the biggest names in college basketball. The Hofstra
By: Joe Pantorno
Defense was the name of the game Sunday night at Hofstra Soccer Stadium as the New York Fury and Western New York Flash battled to a
Forty days is all it took to find Hofstra’s newest Vice President and Director of Athletics, Jeff Hathaway. And his hiring is already putting Hofstra on the map.
Conference realignment and APR sanctions spell trouble for Yeager and his conference
Colonial Athletic Association Commissioner Tom Yeager might have been all smiles at Jeff Hathaway’s introductory press conference at Hofstra University on Tuesday, but recent news gives him all the reasons in the world to be frowning.
By: Ronny O’Leary
One of the worst experiences a person can have is to lose a loved one
to cancer. Emily Lovejoy made a tear-filled speech at Saturday’s Relay
for Life fund raiser. She talked about the dreadful experience of
losing her mother, whom she call…
By: Elisabeth Turner
Last week, I visited the Museum of Modern Art in Manhattan. All of us have
been to the city, and most the museum. But for those who haven’t been there — or
haven’t been recently — I must point out that Cindy Sherman’s work is on
By: Jessica Lewis
By: Max Sass
It’s fitting that my biggest regret after four years with The Chronicle derives from the very first thing I learned in a journalism class at Hofstra.
By: Teresa Greis
Energy-Efficient Lighting: A Long-Term Project at Hofstra
New scholarship named in honor of late professor
For months, English majors have been getting emails about the book sale on the second floor of Mason Hall. The books are only $1 each and range from Melville to Freud, donated by teachers from the English department. Since it began at the beginning of …
In the cold mist of a dreary May day, senior Courtney Crews squats with her glove ready in front of her. As senior Erin Wade throws pitch after pitch at her, Crews catches each, bringing the sound of a quick snap.