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Time and cost affect college students fitness and nutrition

Are college students aware of how their diet affects their health? Most colleges offer buffet-style meal plans that allow students to eat an unlimited amount of food for breakfast, lunch and dinner, leaving young adults roaming the food world with no grasp on what they… 197 more words

Marisa Russell

Hofstra University Students React to the Ebola Outbreak

By Neil A. Carousso

Hempstead, NY — Since the inception of the Ebola outbreak, people have grown increasingly concerned. The first man to have Ebola in the United States, Thomas Eric Duncan, died at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital on October 8, 2014. 117 more words

Neil A. Carousso

Staying Fit in a Metropolitan Lifestyle

Staying fit in a metropolitan area can be difficult, but there are plenty of ways to ensure you stay active. New York City, one of the largest cities in the world, and a city that often “never sleeps” still allows it’s residents to get in a workout, even with the city sidewalks. 469 more words

Marisa Russell

Radio Waves

When I’m not nose-deep in novels or sleeping through a particular Journalism class, I kill the majority of my time at WRHU, Radio Hofstra University. 414 more words

Domestic Violence- On The Verge Of Change

Domestic violence is becoming more than just a social issue-it’s a matter of human rights. Recently the subject has been in the news because of Ray Rice’s scandal but domestic violence is anything but new, in fact the month of October has been designated to… 477 more words

October 21, 2014

Crowd surfing key points:

- remote way of obtaining sources for a story

- *don’t always base your stories off these “random” sources— write it as a reaction piece vs as an investigative piece… 59 more words

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