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The NBA lockout came to a halt over Thanksgiving weekend after 149 days of painstakingly slow and unproductive meetings that resulted in a new Collective Bargaining Agreement, which should have been reached in July. Instead of coming together and working to help further progress on the sport they supposedly love, both sides resorted to elementary school tactics that could be summed up in hissy fits on both sides and never ending finger pointing.
The Hofstra women's basketball team defeated Seton Hall, 94-74, at the Mack Sports Complex following an impressive performance by junior forward Shante Evans and senior guard Nicole Capurso.
The Hofstra men's basketball team had work to do over the Thanksgiving weekend, making a trip to the University of Rhode Island for the TicketCity Legends Classic where the Pride recorded a 1-2 record with losses to Rhode Island and Boston University and a win over a borderline top-25 team in Cleveland State.
While we took a break to give thanks over the weekend, it was all business in a faraway land for the Hofstra women's basketball team, sweeping the Cancun Challenge down in Mexico with a pair of ten-point victories over Kansas State on Thanksgiving Day and Drake on Black Friday.
If you're like me, you are a Jets fan who was busy biting their nails and making sure the defibrillator was fully charged during Sunday's win over the Buffalo Bills. If you're also like me, you tossed your Taco Bell wrappers at the TV during Bills wide receiver Stevie Johnson's touchdown celebration.
The last time the Hofstra men's basketball team hosted James Madison, Charles Jenkins scored 35 points in a Hofstra comeback win that included game tying free throws from now sophomore guard Shemiye McLendon with 17 seconds remaining in regulation forcing overtime. A Hofstra surge led by Jenkins, McLendon and sophomore forward Stephen Nwaukoni gave Hofstra the 92-89 win and Hofstra a 14-6 record with an 8-1 Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) record.
From the onset, it looked like a daunting task for the Hofstra Pride wrestling team: a new head coach in Rob Anspach, a team without its nationally-ranked 133-pound wrestler in LouRuggirello, and an early dual match versus Big Ten powerhouse Wisconsin.
Eight University students were given the experience of a lifetime on Monday night, Nov. 28: a tour of The New York Times building.
Dr. Genevieve Weber, assistant professor of Counseling, Research, Special Education and Rehabilitation and licensed Mental Health Counselor, is a leading activist in raising awareness about the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community's mental health.
On November 17th, the Hofstra Center for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) research won a federal grant of almost $2 million from the National Science Foundation (NSF).
A vehicle that was refused entry onto the North Campus due to lack of identification refused to turn around and instead entered the campus on Nov. 23. Public Safety pursued the vehicle, stopped the car and the driver was taken to the HIC, identified as a non-student and banned from campus.
Senator Megan Andrews, a freshman, encourages the SGA senators to register for the American Cancer Society's Relay For Life. Each spring for the last four years—this upcoming spring will make it five—Hofstra clubs and organizations have come together to raise money for the huge Relay For Life event.
Students and educators alike assembled in Monroe Lecture Hall on Wednesday for the event, "Climate Change: Myth or Reality."
An overwhelming amount of underclassmen are planning to graduate with multiple majors, according to a Facebook survey, even though a bachelor's degree at Hofstra only requires students to choose one.
CollegiateLink: it's an online social network that lets clubs coordinate with their members and each other, to easily promote information and events on and off campus for the benefit of everyone. But have you heard of it?
Review of the impressive acting and beautiful storyline in the new Scorsese film "Hugo"
I'm back from my extended leave of absence and ready to discuss this week's article! I hope everyone's Thanksgiving was filled with family and food. Now to begin with this week's topic: the ideal amount of exercise.
Hello, Christmas break. With only three weeks left, we can almost taste the Christmas desserts awaiting our arrival. It is amazing to think that we, freshman, are almost done with our first semester of college. We have been through a lot.
Even if you aren't a fan of the popular 1990s sitcom Friends, you're bound to enjoy this recipe, adapted from one of the show's most memorable episodes: "The One With Ross's Sandwich."