While landmark Supreme Court cases like Griswold v. Connecticut and Roe V. Wade have broken social and political boundaries regarding women's health, today, at home, in schools and across college campuses, the war on contraception still rages on. Sponsored by the Progressive Students Union, Women of Action and Planned Parenthood of Nassau County, a seminar titled, "War On Contraception," was held in the Student Center Theater on Nov.

-A University student reported returning to her room in Portsmouth House on Nov. 7 to find $200 missing from her desk. -Six University students were issued summonses on Nov. 9 for fighting in the Student Center cafeteria. -A University administrator reported on Nov.

Besides losing to Northeastern University 34-24 Saturday afternoon, Hofstra said goodbye to their seniors, as they played in their last home as a member of the Hofstra Pride. The Pride has fifteen seniors on their roster including team captain's safety David Darby, offensive tackle Jed Prisby and defensive end Justyn Davis.

Not a bad start at all for Hofstra women's hoops. A split on the national stage in the preseason WNIT gives Pride fans reason for optimism and besides the one half that got away from them, the players and coaches are relatively pleased as well. "When we want to press teams, we can play with anybody.

The defending Colonial Athletic Association wrestler of the year needed to make a decision during the off-season: follow coach Tom Ryan and brother Ryan to Ohio State University, or stay on board the Hofstra ship with new coach Tom Shifflet. Considering Hofstra's preseason rank and expectations, perhaps Patrovich retaining his Pride allegiance may actually serve to be a decision that could bring even more success.

Old Dominion (2-0) (0-0): The Monarchs started off the season with a bang. Old Dominion jumped out to an early lead against Monmouth and never looked back. Drew Williamson scored 19 points in the 54-40 victory. In their second game of the season the Monarchs moved past Arkansas State 69-61.

In last week's extensive season preview coverage on the men's basketball team, one of the key points raised was that one of the main issues the Pride needs to address is its frontcourt. Gone are Adrian Uter and Aurimas Kieza, two stalwarts last year who brought a combined 20 points and 14 rebounds down low for Hofstra last year.