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ScoScoop | June 25, 2018

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Your home for Lawrence Herbert School of Communication events, student and faculty accomplishments, alumni updates, and much more!

Feel the Glow

March 15, 2018 |

Lauren Campbell ’15 discovers the inviting glow of the LHSC, sees the lights of LA and shines at Sundays With Alec Baldwin

There’s intentional charm in a university. The layout of a quaint campus requires much thought and planning — … Read More

Already Label’d A Hit

March 8, 2018 |

New music competition show launches local artists and LHSC’s student talent

Never mind the March 11 return of American Idol after a two-year hiatus. March 12 marks an even bigger television debut: the Lawrence Herbert School of Communication’s new legacy … Read More

National Recognition Leaves Two Students in Stitches

February 21, 2018 |

Daniel Hanson ’18 and Kenny Conrade ’20 are awarded for their feature on official New York jersey embroidery, Stitches

A college education is similar a custom jersey. The more personalization provided in the product, the better it looks on you. … Read More

Good Morning, Veterans!

February 13, 2018 |

Eric Dehm ’15, named one of HillVets 100 of 2017, is connecting veterans across the globe

After 13 years in the Navy and four years at the Lawrence Herbert School of Communication, former Mass Communications Specialist 1st Class Eric Dehm … Read More

Mark Bracco’s Rockin’ Return

February 8, 2018 |

Mark Bracco ’92, EVP at dick clark productions, visits the Herbert School to offer students industry insight and personal advice

Everyone starts somewhere. Take Mark Bracco ’92, for example. Today, he spends his time overseeing large-scale live TV productions viewed by millions … Read More

Quest for a New Reality

February 7, 2018 |

Quest for the Chest is Hofstra’s new student-created competition reality program, debuting Feb. 13

It’s a first-ever for Hofstra. A competition-based reality show, filmed and edited entirely by students — under the supervision of 14-time Emmy award winner Professor Carlo Gennarelli.

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