Digging for Stories

The glass bottles, tobacco pipe stems, buttons, ceramic shards and animal remains unearthed at Rock Hall Museum reveal a compelling story, and Hofstra University anthropology students are proud to help tell it.

The recovered items are reminders of a chapter in Long Island history not often discussed: The region was once home to a sizable slave population.

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Class Notes – In Memoriam

Charles S. Adams (MSEd, ’62) Phillip A. Allopenna (MA, ’59) Elinor Bent (BA, ’49) Paul C. Blau (BBA, ’60) Edith J. Major Boyd (BA, ’72) John Andrew...

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Record-Setting Pride

Hofstra University student-athletes continue to perform outstanding academic achievement, as the Pride once again tied the school-record with a 3.30...

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