Published: 14 March 2013 By Claudia Balthazar For the first time in 1,000 years, a non-European leader has been chosen to head the church. On Wednesday March 13, 2013, Cardinal from Argentina, Jorge Mario Bergoglio, emerged as the 266th pontiff of the Roman Catholic Church, the first time a South American broke the glass ceiling. […]Read More Welcoming Non-European Pope
By Claudia Balthazar There’s a fine line between cheating and flirting. Boundaries between the two vary from couple to couple. There are always discussions about what’s considered cheating and what’s not. However, in today’s day and age, there’s one particular issue that falls in a gray area; online flirting. Eighty-two percent of women believe […]Read More Online Flirting: Is it Cheating?
By Claudia Balthazar Staff Writer Hofstra University students had the opportunity to go on a 10-day trip to Israel through the Taglit-Birthright Israel: Hillel Trip from 6 Jan. 2013 to 17 Jan. 2013. “It was honestly one of the best experiences of my life,” said Lindsay Sher, sophomore at Hofstra who was one of the […]Read More Hofstra Hillel continues tradition of Birthright trip to Israel
By Claudia Balthazar Last week, New York Women In Communications held their Digital Trends Capital event on February 19th as part of New York City’s first round of Social Media Week. During this event, panelists from all over the digital world expressed their ideas about the digital age and its impact on the Communications field. Jennifer […]Read More Digital Trends Event Coverage: NYWICI Digital Trends Capital
L to R, Yeni Castro, Ashley Kowal, Brian St. Hubert, Christina Whitehurst, Dr. Elizabeth Venuti Photo credit: Claudia Balthazar Women all over the world are breaking through various barriers to work in the corporate world of America. Alpha Kappa Psi, a professional business fraternity, held the panel “women in business”, on Feb. 6, 2013 at […]Read More Alpha Kappa Psi Honors Women in Business