Hofstra College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (HCLAS) is no longer the home to three divisions of disciplines, but is now the home to three new schools including the School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, the School of Humanities, Fine Arts and Performing Arts. The third and last new school, after a multi-million dollar donation […]

Nassau County police carried out a sting operation on the three local bars – Bangers, the Dizzy Lizard, more commonly referred to as Dizzy’s, and McHebes – that led to the arrests of 16 bartenders on Sept. 3. All of those arrested were charged with a violation of the state alcohol beverage and control law, prohibited sale […]

Two males riding an ATV were struck by a Nissan Altima at the intersection of Hempstead Turnpike and California Ave. at approximately 9 p.m. The identities of the two victims have not been released due to an impending investigation. One of the victims was 16-years-old, according to a police officer at the scene. The three […]

After receiving an honorary doctorate from Hofstra at the 2015 commencement ceremony on May 17, Representative Kathleen Rice announced that the U.S. Department of Education has awarded an estimated $1.25 million grant to Hofstra University’s Early Childhood Interdisciplinary Professionals Program, according to a university press release. The grant, which will be allocated over five years, […]

Clubs finally learned their fate as club office space allocation was finalized at the Student Government Association (SGA) senate meeting on April 16. After weeks of waiting, 27 clubs received an email from SGA club relations chair Alexandra Engelson congratulating them on their allocation of an office space, which – provided they follow SGA guidelines […]

The Guarino-Gallagher ticket won the Student Government Association (SGA) presidential race by a vote of 450-256. Before the votes were counted, voters were given the opportunity to get to know the candidates and their plans for the 2015-2016 academic year. The SGA Election Commission held three debates. Presidential and vice presidential debates took place in […]

Hofstra’s Student Government Association (SGA) is once again coming under the scrutiny of club leaders. Some leaders have voiced their discontent with the sign-up process for SGA appropriations, labeling it as ineffective. The SGA Appropriations Committee is the governing body that allocates money to clubs upon review of what the organizations claim to need. As […]

Altogether, eight residence halls saved nearly 70,000 kilowatt-hours, averted over 62,000 pounds of carbon dioxide and saved about $11,000 in energy costs as a part of the Campus Conservation Nationals (CCN) competition. Hofstra is among over 150 schools that are taking charge in an effort to conserve energy on campus, reducing the irreversible damage we […]

A nervous group of medical students eagerly waited on Friday to find out where they will be spending the next several year in their journey to becoming doctors.The future doctors spent Friday morning in anticipation, awaiting the envelopes that would tell them with which institution they were “matched” and thus, where they would be doing […]

In what seemed like a surprise to the panel, sexual assault led the concerns voiced by students at last Wednesday’s annual Town Hall meeting. Four different students brought up the issue, all of whom expressed that there is a lack of education surrounding the issue. “Unfortunately, we’ve seen a lack of education from the University […]