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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.

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Herbert School Launches Hofstra in NYC

Ten students are exploring career opportunities this week in the media capital of the world, as part of the Lawrence Herbert School of Communication’s...

Live from Studio A

Saturday Night Live director Don Roy King recently visited the Lawrence Herbert School of Communication to talk with students about working on one of...

Cutting Edge

Rondell Wescott was leaving a CrossFit class at 7 a.m. on January 15 when the first text arrived.

Terrapin Teamwork

Two professors from the Lawrence Herbert School of Communication and the School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics have combined...

Hofstra Goes to LA

Sixteen students from the Lawrence Herbert School of Communication are exploring  media careers in nation’s entertainment capital, as part of...

The Write Stuff

Ten Long Island and New York City students from diverse racial, cultural, and economic backgrounds have been selected to participate in the Lawrence...

2018 Communication Seniors of the Year

Six students at the Lawrence Herbert School of Communication were named seniors of the year in recognition of their outstanding achievement and...

Herbert School Earns Emmy Nods

Katherine Falcon, a 2016 journalism graduate of the Lawrence Herbert School of Communication, won a New York Emmy Award for her work as a television...

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