“Music is the Dream”

Honors College student Caitlin Murray ’23 has a voice for song and a proficiency for numbers. The dual music and math major recently participated in Broadway World’s online “Next on Stage” national online competition where she progressed to the second round of performers with the song “Don’t Lose Ur Head” from the musical Six.

Even though Murray, a resident of Broadalbin, NY did not make it to the competition’s finals, the experience gave her a big boost in confidence. “I feel like I was seen, and it was very rewarding.”

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Zarb Students Win Scholarships

Four management majors at the Frank G. Zarb School of Business have won prestigious scholarships from the Harold S. Geneen Charitable Trust...

“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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