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Museum opening this Thursday for "Inverted Balance"

On Thursday, October 8, from 4:00-5:00 p.m. in FA 179, the museum will open the exhibition Inverted Balance, curated by students of professor Tomonari Nishikawa from CINE 380J: Curating Film and Video. 78 more words

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Why We're Proud of the Zarb School of Business

Hofstra University’s Frank G. Zarb School of Business is a dynamic educational community located just 25 miles from New York City, the world’s business capital, and home to one of the top undergraduate business programs in the nation according to… 385 more words

Zarb Means Business

Need experience to work, work to experience.

One of the massive downturn in the world’s economy is the constant increase in the rate of unemployed graduates. Despite of the educational revolution in the past decade, Millions of young degree holders remain unemployed or end up working at a position that does not require a degree. 352 more words


Poptrie, Clean Code and the probable winner

I have been working on getting a depth in the code open sourced by Hirochiko Asai for the Poptrie algorithm. I had success in making it work for 64-bit addresses and facing issues when moving the implementation to work on 160-bit XIDs. 405 more words


Equity and Trusts: Formalities


  • Looks at the formal requirements needed for the creation of both inter vivos and testamentary trusts.
  • Concerns issue whether creation of trust requires recourse to writing in some form or another.
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Equity And Trusts

What I have learnt during my first week as a university student.

I can officially call my self a university student, I am one week in to a three year, undergraduate bachelor of medical science degree.

The past two weeks have been a rollercoaster of emotions.  204 more words

Adult Education

The One that Got Away

This romance started after I’d completed the third year of university. My memories of that time are hazy but the initial feelings of “summer” romance are familiar. 987 more words