Even as classes have moved online this semester due to the COVID-19 crisis, student-run media outlets at the Lawrence Herbert School of Communication continue to produce programming about campus, local, and national news.
Student journalists are working from home and adhering to social distancing guidelines while they work on content for radio, television, print, and digital media.
Here’s how you can catch the latest programming in news and entertainment:
WRHU 88.7 FM Radio Hofstra University: “Newsline” is live from 6:30-7 pm, Monday-Friday (you can also listen live on wrhu.org or download its mobile app). “Morning Wake Up Call” airs student features from 8-8:30 am on weekdays, and “The Locker Room” sports show airs on Sundays from 8-9 pm. Follow @wrhu and @wrhusports on Twitter for updates on other shows.
Required Radio for podcasts and music. You can also listen on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, and Stitcher.
“Well Said with Dr. Ira Nash,” a partnership between WRHU and the Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell: Listen live on WRHU 88.7 FM every Monday at 4 pm and Thursday at 3 pm, or catch past episodes online (the last several episodes have focused how coronavirus has affected surgical care, patient experience, pregnancy, and mental health, and the challenges now facing the healthcare system). Episodes are also re-broadcast on WRHU from 8:30-9 am weekday mornings.
(All shows will be livestreamed on their respective social media accounts, as well as on the Herbert School’s Facebook page.)
“Hofstra Today” (news program) – Wednesday, April 15, 12:30 pm via Facebook
“Director’s Cut” (student film previews and features) – Thursday, April 16, 7:30-9 pm; Thursday, May 7, 7-8:30 pm via Facebook
“Two Weeks Notice” (late-night style talk show)- Thursday, April 30, 9 pm via Facebook
The Long Island Advocate, which has a focus on community news, is also publishing content online – see a recent article about monitors appointed to the Hempstead School District, as well as an op-ed about the importance of local data during COVID-19.
Her Campus at Hofstra, the campus chapter of the nation’s #1 digital magazine for college women, produced by college women, is posting regularly on its website and @hchofstra on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok.
In addition, The Swing Agency, a student-run PR and communication agency, continues to work with clients this semester.
The latest in Hofstra University news and events is also available through News@Hofstra.