Bringing “Homeful” to Hofstra

Drama and Honors College alumna Amy Ginther returns to Hofstra to present her autobiographical, one-woman play Homeful on Wednesday, October 24.  The performance, part of the University’s annual Day of Dialogue, will take place at 7 p.m. at The Helene Fortunoff Theater. Admission is free and open to the public.

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Student Wins Critical Language Scholarship

Jessica Kurtz ’19, a double major in English and education, has been awarded a U.S. Department of State Critical Language Scholarship to study Swahili in...

Power, Privilege and Religious Freedom

The ways in which religious freedom protections can be manipulated by people in positions of power are the subject of a discussion featuring Dr. Tisa...

“Antigone” – Nov. 2

Hofstra University Honors College presents Sophocles’ Antigone, presented by the Theatrikos Kyklos Troupe – Thursday, Nov. 2, 11 am – 12: 40 pm, The...

What a Clown

Hofstra Mechanical Engineering major Matthew “Phineas” Lish is back on campus and gearing up for a new, one-man show after touring as a clown...

Research Pays Off

Undergraduate students are working as paid research assistants on faculty projects ranging from developing rapid screening for designer opioids to...

Get Ahead This January

January Session is an opportunity for students to earn up to four credits and fulfill course requirements in just two or three weeks...

Alumna Delivers TEDx Talk

When alumna Cristina Cortez delivered a TEDx Talk in Everett, Washington, earlier this year, her message was simple: Don’t accept limitations in life.

Student Wins Scholarship to Japan

Garrett Shum ’18 has been awarded a U.S. Department of State Critical Language Scholarship to study Japanese in Hikone, Japan, this summer.

Bright Minds

More than 80 students across many disciplines presented their research on topics as diverse as migration policy in the European Union, genome...

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