The election results are in. As an international student in the United States who has an interest in American politics, I made it a point to watch all three debates, as well as election night coverage. I have also tried to catch up on some of the news and updates on social media and Hofstra’s news site, as well as from my own experience as a debate volunteer.
The night after the election, I drove to New York City to attend “The Women Who Made New York” - a free talk held at the Lower East Side Tenement Museum. The panel started with an introduction of the four speakers and a brief introduction from Julie Scelfo, the author of the new book The Women Who Made New York. Later on, three women talked about their mothers, who all led political lives. Shirley Chisholm, Bella
迪士尼公主， 超级英雄，穿红宝石鞋的桃乐茜，消防员，毛绒绒的公仔，甚至一个迷你的希拉里克林顿都出现在位于Joan and Arnold Saltzman Community Services Center的
International Student Affairs将在11月14-18日举办International Education Week (IEW) 2016, 这是全美大学一起庆祝的文化周活动。IEW是由美国国务院和教育部联合举办的，旨在提供学生适合的国际环境，使之更好地为未来海外学习和交换项目做准备。
11:00 am-12:30 pm, Student Center 142
11:00 am- 12:30 pm, Student Center Atrium
阅读英文原文，please click: www.news.hofstra.edu/2016/10/24/big-data-analytics-and-changing-business-practices/
Patricia Ciavarello, assistant dean of outreach and undergraduate programs for Frank G. Zarb School of Business and an alumna of the Zarb School for both her undergraduate and master's degrees.
Farrokh Nasri, 霍夫斯特拉Zarb商学院信息系统和商业分析教授，最
Halloween is coming! Last October, I was brought by a
dearfriend of mine to a costume shop near Cambridge. Usually on
Halloween, a groupof friends go to a costume party and have fun
together. If you are staying on campus, I have discoveredsome
Saturday, October 15th6pm to 8pm
Saturday, October 152016, 7:00 pm to 8:45 pm
BYOB: Bring Your Own Bear to Movie Night
Sunday, October 16th,7:30pm to 8:30pm
Thursday, Occtober 20th,8:30pm to 9:30pm
Pumpkin Carving Party
Hi! My name is Li Pan. I'm a graduate student studying accounting at Hofstra University, as well as a Chinese Social Media Assistant in the Office of University Relations. I write a lot of blogs on Sina Weibo about my travels and own personal experiences in college, but I also help to tell the stories of other Chinese students who attend Hofstra. In addition to the blog, I also volunteered for the first presidential debate that was held here at Hofstra on September 26. During the day, I went around Broadcast Plaza and Issues Alley and took photos and videos of the student experience. I was also fortunate enough to be interviewed by China News Services after the debate.
I have a lot of interests: cooking, traveling, movies, music, learning new things… and I’m a big fan of being organized. Pop music by Adele and Lana Del Rey are my favorites these years. Except for the fact that I ask myself to listen to music produced by instruments like piano and cello, I
Hi Everyone! I am Bear! I am a passionate, optimistic person studying marketing at Hofstra University. I previously got my bachelor’s degree in international business. I work with Maggie on Hofstra’s Weibo and have some work experiences in social media and marketing research. My strengths are organizing, communicating and leadership.
As a marketer, I learned how to deal with data and organize it well from my working experience. For what I am doing now, I keep learning how to manage my time better and get knowledge of the world of public relations. I gained a better understanding of what’s behind social media and that’s so cool. I love being a social media person, and I love being part of Hofstra that makes me so proud!
My favorite restaurant on Long Island is Jane Café, which is Korean food. The owner is a really nice lady, and my recommendation is the seafood tofu soup, it’s so good! Also, my favorite place on Long Island is Jones Beach. I enjoy walking on
While the food in the Student Center here at Hofstra is great (the reason why I purchased meal plans for the whole year in my first year at Hofstra), it's interesting to compare food in China to food in the U.S. . 学生中心琳琅满目的饮食选择是我上学期坚持购买就餐方案的原因，比较中美两国的饮食习惯也是很有趣的。
I found it really easy to compare the food because people in China and people in the U.S. eat very differently. First of all, chopsticks are used in China while knives and forks are used in the United States on dinner tables. During festivals, people in China eat… 我觉得比较中美两国的饮食很简单，因为我们吃的习惯不太一样。首先，中国人用筷子，美国人用刀叉。节日的时候，中国人吃……