Hofstra Magazine

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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Hofstra Magazine

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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Together, Don Conway and Ken Kamen feel their accomplishments are a testament to the University. Though they graduated 18 years apart, the career paths of Don Conway ’63 and Ken Kamen ’81 seem to have been destined to cross. Today both...

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Charles B. Anderson, adjunct associate professor of English, is the author of American Conversations, published in early 2005 by PublishAmerica. The book is an anthology of interviews with such luminaries as Charlie Rose, A.M. Rosenthal, Peter...

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  Hofstra USA Productions and Gray Wig Summer Theater Curtains will soon go up for an ambitious summer theater program presented by both Hofstra USA Productions and The Gray Wig alumni theater group. Hofstra USA Productions will present...

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1939 Lillian S. Price (B.A.) of Pittsford, NY, is the editor of a quarterly publication written by and for residents at the Highlands of Pittsford, a senior living community, where she has lived for the past 10 years. She is also a representative on...

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