Going Forth for Positive Change

Community Health major Gabby Spann ’19 discusses how her mother has helped her to become the strong woman she is today.

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Together from the Start

Marketing alumna Franessa Goldberg ’89 and her husband, communication alumnus David Goldberg ’89, share their Hofstra love story and their secret...

First Impressions

Theatre performance major Raymond Soeun ‘20 and public relations major Josh Castronuovo ‘21 share their love story and what they believe makes a...

Confidence Boost

Entrepreneurship student Tania Speaks ‘22, founder and CEO of Brow Boost, explains how she took something she was bullied for and turned it into her...

She Means Business

Marketing and business analytics MBA candidate Elena Liu ’19 talks about her journey to Hofstra and being a woman in business.

Sisterhood in STEM

Civil engineering major Robyn Alma ’21 and her twin sister Jenna, who is studying biomedical engineering, share their thoughts on women in...

Random Acts of Kindness

Marketing alumnus Evan Denner ’87 talks about changing lives through random acts of kindness.

Be Your Best

Neuroscience major Andrew Biccum ’20 shares his story of overcoming adversity, making his dreams come true, and inspiring others in the process.

Advocacy and Positive Change

Sustainability Studies and Geography senior Shannon Prevatt talks about her experience in Hofstra’s Collegiate Women of Color and the...

A Special Place

Jazz and Commercial Music senior Adam Galchus talks about why he loves Hofstra.

Keep Going

Lorena McClure ’19, a student in the Physician Assistant Studies Program at the Hofstra Northwell School of Graduate Nursing and Physician...

Embrace Change

Frank G. Zarb School of Business Alumna Teresa Foxx talks about women in leadership and the importance of embracing change.

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