Hofstra Magazine

A Letter From President Stuart Rabinowitz This year, for the first time, we offer you a special issue of the Hofstra Update, which we have titled “The President’s Report: 2005 in Review.” We have made every effort to capture the...

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January: Heavenly Musicals on Campus Theatergoers braved the cold to see two comedy musical productions at the University. The Hofstra Gray Wig performed Nunsense at Monroe Lecture Center Theater, while Hofstra USA Productions presented Forever...

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When Hofstra alumnus and Board of Trustees Chair John Miller decided to establish his legacy at Hofstra through a $6 million donation, he thought about where his money would have the greatest impact. He chose Hofstra University Honors College (HUHC)...

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First-Year Connections (FYC), which is all about helping freshmen make a smooth transition from high school to college, is in the midst of its own transition. First-Year Connections students Kris Crockett and Krista Darrell with Associate Professor...

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The calendar year 2005 will be remembered as one of the most successful athletic years in Hofstra history. Four Pride teams – Wrestling, Softball, Men’s Soccer and Women’s Soccer – won Colonial Athletic Association championships, and two...

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Young Women’s Writing Project Helps Girls Find Their Voice We treat our fellow men so wrong Then blame it on some one else Following stereotypes And racist sayings About people of a different color What is the American Dream? Just as it says...

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Helping Current and Future Hofstra Students In 2001 Hofstra University dedicated a sitting wall in our “Court of Courage” to recognize those individuals who fought for their freedom during The Warsaw Ghetto uprising of World War II. This...

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Coach Nuttall

Mulls Over Superb 2004 Season and Future of Hofstra Soccer Richard Nuttall will be entering his 17th season in charge of the Hofstra Men’s Soccer program in 2005. One of the longest-tenured coaches at Hofstra, trailing only Fran Kalafer...

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Celebrate a Private Graduation The six seniors on the 2005 Hofstra Softball team may have been honored in one of the smallest graduation ceremonies in the history of the school, and that was just fine with them. (L to R) Callie Osborne, Kelly...

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Frank Bowe, chairman, Department of Counseling, Rehabilitation, Special Education and Rehabilitation, had a paper on the history and technology for the disabled presented at the U.S. House of Representatives on June 16 by Rep. Fred Upton (R, MI)...

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