Martial Arts: More Than Fighting
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Martial Arts: More Than Fighting

Martial Arts, the term elicits different reactions, outsiders usually assume that it means fighting, hand-to-hand combat, kicks and punches; but, to those involved it is so much more. “Martial Arts is a lifestyle; you learn your morals and your values when doing it,” said Kimdinh Tran, sophomore at Hofstra University. “It’s not fighting, it’s self-defense.” … Continue reading

Communicating Color
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Communicating Color

How Pantone revolutionized architecture and interior design The Lawrence Herbert School of Communication will be receiving a makeover complete with colored chips and murals inside and out of the building during the spring and summer of this year. This project is the brainchild of Michel Penneman, a Belgian interior designer who has worked on other … Continue reading

Cupcake Battle!
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Cupcake Battle!

This semester, Pulse set out to find the best baker on campus and held its first ever Cupcake Battle. Submissions ranged from red velvet cupcakes to Avengers cupcakes made with energy drinks. With innovative flavors and eye-catching presentations, these cupcakes had it all. After serious deliberation, the title was awarded to junior music education major, … Continue reading

3D PRINTERS COME TO HOFSTRA!
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3D PRINTERS COME TO HOFSTRA!

They’re not quite hover boards, but the future has arrived at Hofstra University in the form of 3D printers. 3D printing is described as “additive manufacturing” which means that a solid, three-dimensional object is constructed by adding material in layers. This process can take hours or several days depending on the size and intricacy of … Continue reading

HOFSTRA’S HIDDEN TREASURES
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HOFSTRA’S HIDDEN TREASURES

Pulse takes a closer look at the value of the more obscure campus sculptures. The Hofstra campus is teeming with sculptures, from likenesses of famous figures like Frederick Douglas, Thomas Jefferson and William Shakespeare, to the more abstract pieces that cause students to speculate about their meaning.  “There are approximately seventy sculptures on campus, both … Continue reading