Article by Max Lehman
May 17, 2012

Thank You Notes to Hofstra

Dear Hammer Lab- Thank you for not having enough logon servers as there are computers. It is awesome to know I can print out my final paper worth 50% of my grade at any time with the fun of playing a little Logon Roulette. It is a constant reminder tuition is 50 grand a year.... MORE »

Article by Max Lehman
May 7, 2012

The Glorious Misadventures of Foxy Shazam

Cinco de Mayo is remembered as a day by many a Mexican to celebrate their freedom and independence from European powers. It is also a holiday where many an American forgets their intolerance for tequila and gets super shwasted. At Hofstra University, where the student body is more diverse than degrees offered (Hello shameless unpaid... MORE »

Article by Max Lehman
April 30, 2012

SGA Line Changes for 2012-2013

This past week proved to be full of events of various levels of excitement reaching different demographics that cause us students to ask, “So which events are for us exactly?” Spring Family Weekend, and Relay for Life were among the basic events that helped bring this entire school together. Old people were here this past... MORE »

Article by Max Lehman
April 23, 2012

Greek Week: a GDI’s POV

So last Tuesday, I get out of class at like 6:00 PM, and these big guys wearing t-shirts, and pennies with Greek letters on them are running around in this big relay race all over campus. I’m going to the library to grab some coffee when this guy eats it right in front of Hofstra... MORE »

Article by Max Lehman
April 16, 2012

HU’s Spring Break Pt. 2

And just like Spring Break has come to an end. You wake up asking yourself questions like “Whose clothes am I wearing?”; “Is that tattoo real?”; and of course: “Now where did I put the toilet, because I am going to hurl?” Now, if you have asked yourself any if not all of these three... MORE »

Article by Max Lehman
April 9, 2012

HU’s Spring Break 2012: Part 1

It’s been three weeks or more since all your friends went back to school from their spring breaks. They want on adventures and regaled you via all their cute little new albums: “Sophomores in South Carolina”; “Blueberry California”; “Nut-tugging in Mississippi” just in case you could not figure out they were having a great time.... MORE »

Article by Max Lehman
April 2, 2012

Vandalism: You Mad, Bro?

Then get at me, man! Has the moral code broken down at Hofstra University? Did Mitt Romney get elected president? Is this some strange bizarre world where women (Hillary Clinton) not only wear pants, but they do not own one damn dress!?!? Recently, at our prestigious country club of a university, posters advertising a candlelight... MORE »

Article by Nick Ciccone
March 27, 2012

Dorm Room Saga: Guy-Posters vs. Girl-Posters

There are several ways to tell the difference between a guy and a girl: length of hair, ability to drive a car, absence of a penis, etc.  But one surefire way to shout your gender from a mountaintop is what you post on your dorm room wall.  Your dorm room says a hell of a... MORE »

Article by efreun2
March 20, 2012

Scientists Prove That Elevators in High Rises Break Down From Loneliness, Not Malfunction

Have you ever been in a high rise and looked at the elevator with horror? Often time’s students nervously grip the walls waiting for their floor to finally arrive. But the common quip about the elevators mechanical problems is because of their now defunct manufacturer, but is this theory really true? On March 15th, researchers... MORE »

Article by Max Lehman
March 19, 2012

Beast Mode Engaged

The notions of sleep are haunting our dreams, and the smell of bacon taunts stomach boners rock hard. Library study rooms have a waiting list, and people are insisting they actually want to pay $4 for coffee. Young children being wheeled around campus in wagons cry at the sight of collegiate students crying in the... MORE »