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"hofstra university" Discussed on Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

04:30 min | Last month

"hofstra university" Discussed on Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

"You know we just. We really need to make sure that we're working together. Hand in hand. I think about you know so many of the the marches last summer in the after the the after the murder. George floyd what lifted my spirits in otherwise just very difficult. Time was just seeing Just the diversity of people stepping up and saying things. And that's what the asian american community needs right now. Too is seeing a lot of people stepping up and saying this. This is unacceptable that we don't only care about the hate at the discrimination that targets people that look like us you know so so that that's where i would try to say is that we need to really just make sure we don't go down some of those those directions and instead just tried to to make sure that we build the unity now that dovetails nicely with A question i was going to ask you about an bed. We had on the op-ed page By alistair burke whose nal novelist and professor at hostile Hofstra university professor of law at hofstra university and basically. She was making the same point that you know we. Meaning the asian american community needs like. Who's going to march with us. We need we need folks to march with us. And i want to read this this paragraph to you and get your reaction she wrote the quote unquote model minority stereotype of asian americans. That's us to argue that we are an exception to the gravitational force of american racism. Good students hard workers. Non-threatening people of color is constantly weaponized to simultaneously demonize black and latino communities and constrain asian-american activism under the prior administration the justice department blatantly pitted asian americans against other people of color by suing elite universities in an attempt to ban it mission policies that value diversity and inclusiveness men communities of color fight with one another the racists. Win your reaction. I think that that makes a lot of sense and utilize. I really do think that this kind of dividing conquer strategy from those wanted full band. Racism in our country They know that were stronger. In formidable if we unify our voices and we talk that way and and and and a look. It's also just you know to the point we talked about earlier. It's also just a very easy way for people that don't want to confront racism to just again change subject and say what about this or that and again it just. I've seen that kind of tactic used over and over again To just prevent us from actually tackling the toughest of questions the deepest of the wounds and the ways in which we can actually think about healing by just tried to again. Just change the subject there. So i thought that. Would you read the pastor. There is very powerful and and and really I think and a lot of important issues right now so Dear listener if Andy kim's name sounds familiar. And you can't quite place said it might be because you recognize his name. Because of a photo that went viral that was taken on january seventh and it was congressman kim in the capital with a garbage bag cleaning up debris from inside the capitol was that under the rotunda in the rotunda. The photos were in the cleaner all around the capital rotunda than the the the creek below the movie where the photos were were taken and it. It sort of captured the imagination. Because it was something that you you you'd do it for the pictures and you did it on your own. And i guess the photographer just happened to be happened to cap. Captured this image but it said so much about.

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"hofstra university" Discussed on The Nick Taylor Horror Show

The Nick Taylor Horror Show

03:06 min | 6 months ago

"hofstra university" Discussed on The Nick Taylor Horror Show

"You're not good enough In an era where everything in music was about sex drugs and rock and roll and you know beautiful women and partying and then you had this like diamond in the rough that was inspiring people to take on the world and stand up to people telling you know it's not like i had this tough life growing at a wonderful family i. I'm one of the few people who enjoyed high school. Like i had a great group of friends. I was very lucky but whenever it came time. For what i wanted to do with my life and people would tell me. No i had those those records to to kind of lean on. And i went to college and i got a bachelor of science degree in tv in film production at hofstra university and You know whenever people say. Should i go to film school. My answer is always if you have the means to go than absolutely go but if you don't then don't worry about it and don't think you have to go on there so many examples of people who became incredibly successful at this or even just successful enough to make it their career who didn't go to film school or college at all so I do recommend going if you can because the sad truth is that this is not gonna work out for most people who wanna do it. It's just not it's i. i wish i could say. No no. if you just stick with it will happen. It probably waltz but be the one that it does happen for just simply by not giving up and being able to take the beatings hollywood's gonna give you keep getting back up again. That right there puts you in a tiny little percentage of people who at least stand a chance because most will quit or that. They won't be good enough though fail or they'll keep coming up with excuses. And that's the one thing i don't have the patience for is when people come the man they say you know i've been trying to do this for however many years..

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Substance abuse linked to COVID-19 susceptibility: Study

News, Traffic and Weather

04:08 min | 1 year ago

Substance abuse linked to COVID-19 susceptibility: Study

"The pandemic, There's been been an an increase increase in in substance substance abuse. abuse. It's It's also also had had significant significant impact impact on on mental mental health health and and is is impacting impacting communities communities across across America. America. ABC ABC News News producer producer Jenny Jenny Goldstein Goldstein has has more more on on some some of the steps being taken and is part of the ABC News turning point. Siri's were focusing on how addiction affects communities of color. He was Jenny. September is National Recovery Month an entire month dedicated to educating Americans about substance use disorders, mental health treatment and services. I am a woman in long term recovery from alcoholic drug addiction. Paddy McCarthy is the CEO of the organization faces and voices of recovery. I have overcome challenges with my own alcohol and turkeys and now then in recovery for over 30 years this year marks the 31st anniversary of National recovery Month. This year's theme joined the voices for recovery celebrating connections. Recovery is a journey. We want a path to a better future. Martine Hackett is an associate professor in the master of public Health and community health programs at Hofstra University. She says, the first step to recovery is acknowledgements. You really cannot attempt to solve that problem or to even begin your recovery until you acknowledge that jacket says racial disparities exist in the process of recovery. This is in part due to the barriers that hinder minorities in particular from getting the help. They need some of these barriers that minorities face when it comes to identifying help. Have to do with the even their perceived need for treatment, Recognising that they might not want to have help from official means and might be more comfortable seeking help from family or from religious institutions. Another obstacle, health insurance coverage or access to behavioral health services. Trauma and racial stress can make minorities more susceptible to miss using drugs or alcohol as a coping mechanism. Some of this has to do with concepts around trauma. And the the experiences of trauma clearly in an early age people who are exposed to stressors there's research that talks about the stressors of racism. And how those stressors can cause behaviors that you know people reach to to be able to deal with those stressors. Hackett says. Native Americans are the most affected by these disparities. They have a higher rate of addiction, but they also have a lower rate of recovery and being able to seek recovery. As for national recovery month McCarthy says Connecting in 2020 will be a little different than previous years. You know that we can't do it alone. So that's why the theme of celebrating connections is so important, especially right now. During Koven 19 when connecting with people has become a whole new challenge when we're not able to visit people in person or tender, usual gatherings to support recovery. McCarthy also says the language and terminology we used when referring to those in recovery is an important step. No longer use words like addict. We no longer use the word drug abuser. We have to remember that these are family friends, sums of daughters we have shifted. Two person first language such as a person with the substances disorder, Hackett says the stigma can make it more difficult for those struggling to seek help. This is especially true for minorities, the idea of stigma that there are certain Ways of different cultures view addiction and that people might not feel comfortable being able to even admit that they have a problem. Faces and voices of recovery has a website where resource is accessible both during Andy on National Recovery Month National recovery Month that order so visit the website you can find out where the events are happening and stay up to date as the month of September comes to an end the fight for recovery and dismantling research All barriers continues. Ending the stigma and making resource is available to all is a step in the right direction.

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Globe Life Field To Host The World Series

The Dallas Morning News

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Globe Life Field To Host The World Series

"Mlb made official yesterday it's planned. To move the postseason into a modified bubble format in which much of the National League playoffs and all of the world series will be played at brand new globe life field in Arlington the world series. Will. Run from October twentieth to as late as October twenty eight and a few fans might be able to attend to commissioner. Rob Manfred said Monday night in an online forum hosted by Hofstra University that he would like to see limited fans at both the League, championship series and the. World series

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"hofstra university" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"hofstra university" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"A quote. Traffic every 15 minutes. Next reported 3 48 on Tom Rivers on New Jersey one A 1.5 New Jersey one A 1.5 instant weather no big storm system in play today just some minor boundaries, producing just enough lift produced body showers and thunderstorms in this warm and humid environment. That's how it goes in the summertime. The threat first significant flooding and severe weather through this evening is low, but not quite zero. Temperatures mainly in the eighties here will bottom out in the lower seventies tonight Pretty muggy, pretty sticky. Under partly cloudy skies tomorrow Mostly cloudy highs rise into the upper eighties with scattered thunderstorms likely especially away from the coast in northwestern New Jersey Just a slight chance of some rain to the South and east Tomorrow and then Thursday. I'm going with a dry storm free forecast. Lots of sunshine seasonably hot highs upper eighties to around 90 Friday gets a little complicated coastal storm system comparing US some rain, some wind and definitely some clouds. Highs Friday, lower eighties from the Edison heating and cooling weather Desk. Um chief meteorologist Dan zero Little Egg Harbor 84 Nutley 82 Manalapan 83 Fast trafficking instant weather every 15 minutes on New Jersey one A 1.5 3 37 with Kaminsky and Doyle did you ever get stuck in or on something? One? 800 to 831 on 1.5 and I cannot get that awful eighties song stuck on you. By Lionel Richie outta my thanks for putting in the rest of our head and not get it out of my head. Let's talk to Aaron in Atlantic Islands. You're in New Jersey, one of 1.5 Hello, Mr Timmins. Am Mr Doyle, How are you? All right, Erin. So I went to Hofstra University and I was taking a summer class and I went down from one of the towers where I was living that summer. Q. Go change over the laundry from Washington dryer. So all I brought with me with quarters and ah went back up and.

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"hofstra university" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"hofstra university" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"We'll send Senate democratic leader Chuck Schumer says another twenty five billion will be spent on testing we will not get America moving again until we have a nationwide well thought out well executed testing program and this administration doesn't have one Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell warning this could be it for a while because debt is piling up at an astronomical rate we also saying with this catastrophic damage to the economy but until we can begin to open up the economy we can't spend enough money to solve the problem as some governors moved to re open by this weekend others say they will extend restrictions this is JB Pritzker from Illinois we will be making some changes to the way the state home order as it is but it is true that it is working a sign of hope in New York City is a navy ship brought into treat access patient load from hospitals will soon head home the U. S. and S. comfort arrived in New York March thirtieth as governor Andrew Cuomo projected coronavirus infections would require as many as one hundred forty thousand hospital beds three times the state's capacity production turned out to be incorrect because we reduce the spread of the virus the navy has treated one hundred seventy eight patients aboard the comfort far fewer than it could but Cuomo said it mattered to those one hundred seventy eight about a third remain aboard until the ship departs for its home port in Virginia Erin canter ski ABC news New York the environmental impact of the pandemic is being felt on this Earth Day in some of the major populated areas of the world parts of China India air pollution has dropped amazingly Hofstra university's Dr J. Bret.

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"hofstra university" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

13:09 min | 1 year ago

"hofstra university" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"I never Carly as we move into a Thursday Gary good morning how are you I don't know traffic is lighter than that all right after I drive twenty seven miles in to work at its lighter than ever but I mean again tonight and last night the same thing the couple of cars tailgating so close not to me but to other cars were I thought they were being towed you ever see that yeah yeah right yeah I must be being told because nobody would be that kind of an idiot to be tailgating at that point and I thought to myself if because I don't know I've never seen a police officer pull anybody over for tailgating are you there I I don't I maybe I've ever ever witnessed that I know it does happen but yeah I've I've I've never witnessed I hope it doesn't I hope it happens much more often and if they can't do it and they won't door for tailgating point maybe they'll do it now for social distancing yeah right you're too close to the car in front of you yeah there isn't a car except for Gerry coming by you within a mile of you either side because nobody's on the road and you're still tailgating ten feet behind somebody going and the one I'm still getting behind a bus that's widespread initially I thought I thought it was like a a motor home kind of bus so I initially thought it was being dealt right since the one time there was a guy tailgating me so close he could read what I was texting and I thought that's not safe for him to be tailgating me what special on tax welcome and I'm telling you just a just one of those days got a great show ahead coming up source sorry stay the Wuhan virus originated in a lab by the way if they find out that's true because they call it the war hand lab virus and with the left freak out over their own the U. S. is looking into it new study cells shows that New York City subways is a was a major disseminate or of the corona virus yeah where do we go in the future now if we're if we're worried about that public transportation is what the lotion is proposing you're not sure about this before I've told the story about an old friend of mine that was an urban city planner that I told one day get out of my car you're a communist right we all need to live close together we all need to live in smaller rooms we don't need homes we all need to have communal areas we all need to take public transportation we all need the need to live really close together really now well who's the a transportation secretary hood under under Obama but said we we don't we wanna you know you don't want to be in these cars were gonna we want a core issue out of these cars yeah and and you know went to public transportation remember that yeah lahood is it ray lahood yes but ray lahood yeah that's what was here relevant and and remember there was a lot of my my praise going Obama's way because he was a lahood was a Republican yep right but that's not a conservative idea I don't care who you are and and that changes everything I thought I thought about this the other day is there a lot of people in metro areas especially younger people I I'm not a lot but there's a number of people that that do rely on transportation in our area they're setting up these apartment complexes along the the railway the Dallas area rapid transit railways and it's very popular because you can just go out there and you know right there in front of your apartment complex you know very close you can get on and you can go downtown or go wherever you can you can even go north of the metroplex and it does take a minute but you don't have to pay for gas you don't have to sit in traffic you're going to work while you're on the train and those of the benefits they keep talking about of course we're gonna subsidize public transit transit transit for a long long time and the fact of the matter is you can't pour enough money into it but where is the demand go from there now New York I don't know how much it slow down but they kept saying again it was anecdotally the reports were saying well you know the subways were still full because most people don't own cars I mean those are individuals who have relied on the subway for a long long time I by the way is Mike Bloomberg still riding the subway and here it is a new study are from M. I. T. argues that city subways and buses were major disseminate or of the corona virus in the Big Apple this from the New York Post the paper by MIT economics professor and physician Jeffrey Harris points to a parallel between high ridership and the rapid exponential surge in infections in the first two weeks of March when the subways were still packed with up to five million riders per day as well as between turnstile entries and virus hot spots New York city's of multi tentacled subway system was a major disseminate or if not the principal transmission vehicle of coronavirus infection during the initial take off of the massive epidemic argues terrorists who works as a position in Massachusetts while the study concedes that the data cannot by it's by itself answer questions of causation Harris says the conditions of a typical subway car or bus match up to it with the current understanding of how the virus spreads where you can't make that case and it doesn't all the regulations are about social distancing yes if you if you've got police breaking up more than ten people in an outdoor setting mmhm well then you can say all nominated and would in a subway though because the viruses subways no we stay away from subways right yes the virus is chosen not that that the virus discriminates against subways we know that the close contact on subways is fully consistent with the spread of coronavirus either by inhalable droplets or residual for might slow down railings pivoted grab handles in those smooth metallic vertical poles that everyone shares he writes mmhm but some hello experts in transit officials quite well course transit officials are going to question the study's findings that's a given well yeah I mean there are of course they're fighting for their existence yeah sure L. Hofstra University professor in public of of a public health M. three Centel told the post he was not surprised that there was a correlation but questions Harris's conclusion we're talking about early March before the restricted public health control measures when in place sentaler said it's certainly not solely related to the subway system because of our own behavior and when other measures went into place will I don't think he's saying it's exclusive but he said if you put five if five million people take it a day and it was in there and that's when you know that's when they believe it out it started spreading out maybe he has maybe he's off by a week or so I don't know right okay but that's not the point the point is as you saw that the but mayor of LA mer what we said yesterday and I wanna make this clear we're not we're not trying to spread any panic now we're just telling you the reality of where governments are going right now in the things that they're actually saying you can have your opinion on whether you believe it's the right thing to do or the wrong thing to do but he came out and said that we may not have sporting events or concerts until twenty twenty one right which again mayor sometime in twenty twenty which mirrors the twelve to eighteen months that we talked about before you have a virus in if the antibody test doesn't tell you business leaders told trump yesterday you can open all these businesses yet you can't do it we don't have the testing we don't know who has it has it well that comes again that comes from the private sector or people on the individual basis and what we talked about their voluntary behavior their decisions and the companies also I mean look if they open it up you know if they say okay you can open up again well if the testing isn't available if they're just gonna trust to open up they open up again the the huge liability because then the people come back from because you look at what the the federal government unemployment rule was is on that six hundred per week and that is if you feel uncomfortable you can leave your job if you feel unsafe you can leave your job now with most states are probably all states you can't just quit our job and collect unemployment in most cases right but with the federal government right now with this temporary unemployment you can why is that well it's the principle that you don't feel safe well you would have a number of people just waiting again if they go back into the workplace they're exposed in that workplace they're just waiting to get to hire a lawyer and go out right employer so when you have and this is business leaders that want to open that are that are saying you're gonna be just you got you got to have more testing before we do it because I understand look here's the problem you ever everybody can sit there and say we need to open up right now open it all up and as soon as you open it up it becomes a hot spot your dad yeah relatively your debt yeah right your debt if that happens about your dad if you're the governor that does that and you say okay let's open everything up and it becomes a hot spot the media will cover it and politically your debt right your debt I mean it's just it's just the reality of you may say that's not right and it's unfair and people should take risk we're telling you the political reality in the social reality of how people are thinking right now well I mean there's a lot of media a backlash going toward the US South Dakota governor by the fact that she did not and impose a stay at home order and then you have that Smithfield plant that had now they say over three hundred of their employees that tested positive and more plants are closed and more planes and more meat plants that observes announce yet so there so you have that backlash going and that's going to that's going to happen both ways I mean if you if you go the route of the Michigan governor yep that's also going to you know hurt you if you don't do something we said this in the beginning you're gonna be darned if you do darned if you don't I mean when you look at governors like the centers in Florida who held out and then governor abit and taxes who took those steps these that we're talking about Republicans certainly with governor Abbott we're talking about a staunch conservative eggs except for the fact that you've got to do something if you do nothing and you've got these major metro areas in the case of Texas you've got used in the DFW area where we are Austin and other you know other cities where there are people living close together again there if you don't act on that you're going to be yeah that's that's going to be on you you're gonna have people saying you didn't do enough look trump from the beginning we know the **** you gotta ban travel from China you're racist and now they're screaming that he should be banned Doug travel from China sooner the same people right you're darned if you do darned if you don't but the fact of matter is there is some kind of you you have to find that balance you have to do something there has to be something that's done the question is how far do you go with well look here's and and when I mentioned the whole subway thing and and you look at it and most people would say well yeah if you're having a social distancing if you're packing the subway with five million people that are very close to each other people themselves can figure that out right so how do you open New York when it's time to open New York again how do you sit there and say how do you say across the country that you know that look we can't have sporting events because people are close together and open up all the major subway systems and you know in in Chicago New York ballet in all the the major subway systems how do you do that right I don't know how you but I know nobody wants to well this is the thing nobody wants to be the first nobody wants really right now I think nobody wants safe to say nobody wants to be in charge of making policy on this at all nobody wants to be in the situation but nobody wants to be the first to say okay we're gonna open up this we're we're gonna open up that because even if you say not the the nonessential business offices right I can't open up at their own discretion well now you're leaving it up to those offices to save okay yeah we're gonna reopen but they can't if they don't have the testing if they don't have something that gives them a clear direction on this they're not gonna do it we're still dealing with the same uncertainty we were dealing with from day one on every level we still don't know exactly and you and you can't make a decision on that you well there's no way to win on any decision that you make right now what we was at work which were Thursday today yeah it is I think it's Tuesday Wednesday we got somebody who either call us or email us and said well they're talking about opening up but they're not given a specific date rice said that's because the only reason they're doing this is they realize everybody's been locked up for a month and people want to see light at the end of the tunnel I don't know what the date is right there simply saying we're putting together you look if they knew they'd say we believe it's going to open up by this day when they say we need to get the task force together of all business people and you know you saw the president's.

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"hofstra university" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

10:09 min | 1 year ago

"hofstra university" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Studios this year's redeye radio hello and welcome I never Carly as we move into a Thursday Gary good morning how are you well I don't know traffic is lighter than that all right after I drive twenty seven miles into work and it's lighter than ever but I mean again tonight and last night the same thing the couple of cars tailgating so close not to me but to other cars were I thought they were being towed you ever see that yeah yeah right yeah I must be being told because nobody would be that kind of an idiot to be tailgating at that point and I thought to myself if because I don't know I've never seen a police officer pull anybody over for tailgating are you there I I don't I maybe I've ever ever witnessed that I know it does happen but yeah I've I've I've never witnessed I hope it doesn't help but it happens much more often and if they can't do it and they won't door for tailgating point maybe they'll do it now for social distancing yeah right you're too close to the car in front of you yeah there isn't a car except for Gerry coming by you within a mile of you either side because nobody's on the road and you're still tailgating ten feet behind somebody going and the one I'm still getting behind a bus that's widespread initially I thought I thought it was like a a motor home kind of bus so I initially thought it was being download right was it the one time there was a guy tailgating me so close he could read what I was texting and I thought that's not safe for him to be tailgating me and what special on tax welcome and I'm telling you it's just a just what one of those days got a great show ahead coming up source sorry stay the Wuhan virus originated in a lab by the way if they find out that's true because they call it the war hand lab virus and with the left freak out over their own the U. S. is looking into it new study cells shows that New York City subways is a was a major disseminate or of the corona virus yeah where do we go in the future now if we're if we're worried about that public transportation is what the lotion is proposing you're not sure about this before I've told the story about an old friend of mine that was an urban city planner that I told one day get out of my car you're a communist right we all need to live close together we all need to live in smaller rooms we don't need homes we all need to have communal areas we all need to take public transportation we all need the need to live really close together really now well who's the a transportation secretary hood under under Obama that said we we don't we want to you know you don't want to be in these cars were gonna we want of course you out of these cars in and and you know went to public transportation remember that yeah lahood is it ray lahood yeah ray lahood yeah that's what was here relevant and and remember there was a lot of our I'm not praise going Obama's way because he was a lahood was a Republican yep right but that's not a conservative idea I don't care who you are and and that changes everything I thought I thought about this the other day is there a lot of people in metro areas especially younger people I I'm not a lot but there's a number of people that that do rely on transportation in our area they're setting up these apartment complexes along the the railway the Dallas area rapid transit railways and it's very popular because you can just go out there and you know right there in front of your apartment complex you know very close you can get on and you can go downtown to go wherever you can you can even go north of the metroplex and it does take a minute but you don't have to pay for gas you don't have to sit in traffic you're going to work while you're on the train and those of the benefits they keep talking about of course we're gonna subsidize public transit transit transit for a long long time and the fact of the matter is you can't pour enough money into it but where is the demand go from there now New York I don't know how much it slow down but they kept saying again it was anecdotally the reports were saying well you know the subways were still full because most people don't own cars I mean those are individuals who have relied on the subway for a long long time I by the way is Mike Bloomberg still riding the subway and here it is a new study are from M. I. T. argues that city subways and buses were major disseminate of the corona virus in the Big Apple this from the New York Post the paper by MIT economics professor and physician Jeffrey Harris points to a parallel between high ridership and the rapid exponential surge in infections in the first two weeks of March when the subways were still packed with up to five million riders per day as well as between turnstile entries and virus hot spots New York city's of multi tentacled subway system was a major disseminate or if not the principal transmission vehicle of coronavirus infection during the initial take off of the massive epidemic argue terrorists who works as a position in Massachusetts while the study concedes that the data cannot by it's by itself answer questions of causation Harris says the conditions of a typical subway car or bus match up that with the current understanding of how the virus spreads where you can't make that case and it doesn't as in regulations are about social distancing yes if you if you've got police breaking up more than ten people in an outdoor setting mmhm well then you can say all nominated and would in a subway though because the viruses subways no we stay away from subway right yes the virus is chosen not that the virus discriminates against subways we know that the close contact on subways is fully consistent with the spread of coronavirus either by inhalable droplets or residual for might slow down railings pivoted grab handles in those smooth metallic vertical poles that everyone shares he writes mmhm but some hello experts in transit officials quite well course transit officials are going to question the study's findings that's a given well yeah I mean there are of course they're fighting for their existence yeah sure L. Hofstra University professor in public of of of public health and the sentaler told the post he was not surprised that there was a correlation but questions Harris's conclusion we're talking about early March before the restricted public health control measures when in place sentaler said it's certainly not solely related to the subway system because of our own behavior and when other measures went into place will I don't think he's saying it's exclusive but he said if you put five in five million people take it a day and it was in there and that's when you know that's when they believe it out it started spreading on maybe he has maybe he's off by a week or so I don't know right okay but that's not the point the point is as you saw the the by mayor of LA mer what we said yesterday and I wanna make this clear we're not we're not trying to spread any panic now we're just telling you the reality of where governments are going right now in the things that they're actually saying you can have your opinion on whether you believe it's the right thing to do or the wrong thing to do but he came out and said that we may not have sporting events or concerts until twenty twenty one right which again mayor sometime in twenty twenty which mirrors the twelve to eighteen months that we talked about before you have a virus from if the antibody test doesn't tell you business leaders told trump yesterday you can open all these businesses yet you can't do it we don't have the testing we don't know who has it has it well that comes again that comes from the private sector or people on the individual basis and what we talk about their voluntary behavior their decisions and the companies also I mean look if they open it up you know if they say okay you can open up again well if the testing isn't available if they're just gonna trust to open up they open up again the the huge liability because then the people come back from because you look at what the the federal government unemployment rule was is on that six hundred per week and that is if you feel uncomfortable you can leave your job if you feel unsafe you can leave your job now with most states are probably all states you can't just quit your job and collect unemployment in most cases right but with the federal government right now with this temporary unemployment you can why is that well it's the principle that you don't feel safe well you would have a number of people just waiting again if they go back into the workplace they're exposed in that workplace they're just waiting to go to hire a lawyer and go out right employer so when you have and this is business leaders that want to open that are that are saying that you're gonna be just you got you got to have more testing before we do it because I understand look here's the problem you ever everybody can sit there and say we need to open up right now open it all up and as soon as you open it up it becomes a hot spot your dad yeah relatively your debt yeah right your dad if that happens about your dad if you're the governor that does that and you say okay let's open everything up and it becomes a hot spot the media will cover it and politically your debt right your debt I mean it's just it's just the reality of you may say that's not right and it's unfair and people should take risk we're telling you the political reality in the social reality of how people are thinking right now well I mean there's a lot of media a backlash going toward the US South Dakota governor by the fact that she did not and impose a stay at home mortar and then you have that Smithfield plant that had now they say over three hundred of their employees that tested positive and more plants are closed and more planes and more meat plants that if there's an ounce yet so there so you have that backlash going and that's going to that's going to happen both ways I mean if you if you go the route of the Michigan governor yep that's also going to get you know hurt you if you don't do something we said this in the beginning you're gonna be darned if you do darned if you don't I mean when you look at governors like the centers in Florida who held out and then governor abit and taxes who took those steps these are we're talking about Republicans certainly with governor Abbott we're talking about a staunch conservative eggs except for the fact that you've got.

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"hofstra university" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"hofstra university" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

"Yeah and also my good friend. You've see contender algebra sterling funk master. Of course he gets a class. Of course he does US and anyway we're going to be at all did I say we're GONNA know you didn't I don't think you did. I took a picture of it. So I remember yes Chris and L. Joe talking about a MMA. We just read the text that Mark Lamonica from Newsday Kennedy's tax because otherwise. I'm going to be uncomfortable and as I read it. It's going to be talking about. I'm going Oh you matt hat. Abso- Matt Chris Knowledge. Okay Matt Sarah not talking to Chris. I'm an Algebra sterling talking about MMA. So I feel like my now I know no not at all that goes with it. As part of the Newsday live event series on Long Island. Okay meet and greet and autographed photos autographs and photos Tuesday at six thirty. I'm not a good I don't really I don't really they. Six thirty Wiedeman Wiedeman Al Jemaine at Hofstra University Students Center a few stick a few tickets. Jimmy are are still available at news dot com. MMA live. That's great. I'm so sorry. Don't be sorry brewer. Brunette do not want me on your show. Now I want you on my show. More few done that smooth that have no interest the fact that it's so much fun. Of course we will. I'm going to be obviously you can. Cash Kashmira degenerates on Netflix. It I'll thank you buddy. Also I'm appearing The third and the fourth April Third Foxwoods in Connecticut Casino and then Wilbur Theatre Theater in Boston and finally returning to Boston April fourth tickets are selling extremely well so Listen thank you and We'll see we stopped with finished. I need the bathroom. I want to talk a little more Janie my county..

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"hofstra university" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"hofstra university" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

"Yeah and also my good friend. You've see contender algebra sterling funk master. Of course he gets a class. Of course he does US and anyway we're going to be at all did I say we're GONNA know you didn't I don't think you did. I took a picture of it. So I remember yes Chris and L. Joe talking about a MMA. We just read the text that Mark Lamonica from Newsday Kennedy's tax because otherwise. I'm going to be uncomfortable and as I read it. It's going to be talking about. I'm going Oh you matt hat. Abso- Matt Chris Knowledge. Okay Matt Sarah not talking to Chris. I'm an Algebra sterling talking about MMA. So I feel like my now I know no not at all that goes with it. As part of the Newsday live event series on Long Island. Okay meet and greet and autographed photos autographs and photos Tuesday at six thirty. I'm not a good I don't really I don't really they. Six thirty Wiedeman Wiedeman Al Jemaine at Hofstra University Students Center a few stick a few tickets. Jimmy are are still available at news dot com. MMA live. That's great. I'm so sorry. Don't be sorry brewer. Brunette do not want me on your show. Now I want you on my show. More few done that smooth that have no interest the fact that it's so much fun. Of course we will. I'm going to be obviously you can. Cash Kashmira degenerates on Netflix. It I'll thank you buddy. Also I'm appearing The third and the fourth April Third Foxwoods in Connecticut Casino and then Wilbur Theatre Theater in Boston and finally returning to Boston April fourth tickets are selling extremely well so Listen thank you and We'll see we stopped with finished. I need the bathroom. I want to talk a little more Janie my county..

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"hofstra university" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

11:15 min | 2 years ago

"hofstra university" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Rob uncovering the secrets and exposing lives. That's what we do here on. Declare Your Independence Hancock Phoenix. We're talking to Danny Schorr season. He isn't anti war veteran and he deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan and he's from west point so the boys got spills and he's like amy. I'm going to say this about that and he's got something coming up here this next month. <hes> what are you GonNa be speaking at tells everything yeah so August eighteenth and nineteenth. I'll be at the Veterans for Peace National Convention in Spokane Washington and <hes> I'll be keynoting the address there. It's just the gathering of the veterans across numerous numerous wars a lot of Vietnam guys but also from more recent wars and <hes> I'll also be heading to Hofstra University <hes> to do some <hes> to do some more antiwar war talks talks against the empire militarism in September and then also keynoting the about face convention down in San Antonio Texas also in September so you know I'm on the road a lot. <hes> I talk to Veterans Organizations Specifically Anti War veterans organizations the two that stand out or about as veterans against against the war and then veterans for peace much older organization and then I'm also at colleges and conventions and just kind of spreading the message to <hes> to to people who may or may not be like minded and just spread this message and what I'm what I'm trying to do is let people know that there are still even if there's not a lot of us there are still a lot of post nine eleven professional soldiers who have seen the muddled and ludicrous and unwinnable nature these war. I've seen what it's doing for our constitution seen what it's doing to our republic and that we're willing to descent and even if that means you know taking a hit in our personal or or you know monetary lives in terms the benefits from the military good. I'm it's gotta come from well. Tatas spoke at Veterans for peace. Oh Six national convention so so this you're right in the same this I'm telling you man. You need to see this. It's going to it will definitely impact the presentation I guarantee it and this is because of a philosophical reason for being anti war and I want to ask you. Is it so you can build more. You know baby bottle factories this or I see when I get a lot of these NGOs command or people that are anti war and it's because they are progressive. They'll go. Do you know how many hospitals and schools and everything that we could spend with just one of those bombs that we put a gun to your head and took your money for and I'm GonNa Whoa Whoa Whoa Whoa Whoa. How about this not take my money? I don't care what you think you know in some noble cause. You'RE GONNA whatever it's going to be a noble cause for blowing up somebody mobile. 'cause you're gonNA build something. How about I get them? Keep it. How about that? You know let's do that one you know but no no. That's not what you say to that. Well I've said before we may not agree on what we want to do with the money but I'm worried more about. I'm worried more about philosophically what it does to a you know alleged republic when it stays at war for eighteen straight years and I mean you could argue been at war for longer than that because throughout the nineties fighting low intensity wars to but at least since nine eleven we've been directly engaged in bombing now seven countries every single day right and what what I see is that we had founding fathers who believe that we really shouldn't even have a standard standing army. We should only fund our military for you know you know a year or two at a time I'm in order to avoid a standing army and that one of the greatest threats to liberty at home was you know militarism abroad because inevitably the empire and make them make no mistake the United States as an empire potentially the greatest with the greatest reach of any empire on a world eight hundred military bases in.

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"hofstra university" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"hofstra university" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Century American history with an emphasis and race gender sports and politics she provides sports commentary opinion writing for public venue such as M. P. R. E. S. P. N. and the BBC I will also speak to Brenda LC eight associate professor of history at Hofstra University she has a new book out called food by let out women's sports and sexuality in Latin America and also publishes in media venues such as the guardian and SB nation but first we begin with Mary Jo came director of the tech or center for research on girls and women in sport at the university of Minnesota merry jail how about that game yesterday wow it was a little too close for comfort for me but the U. S. women have shown again and again that they are best when their backs are against the wall and they are true champions it really showed the deaths of their team tune with her Pino not even playing yeah and in fact the woman that they had come in for her was within the first ten minutes of the match scored the first goal for the U. S. so they do have enormous step but I am sure that I speak for many when I was relieved to hear that rip you know is going to play on Sunday just because of her leadership and Julie Saudi and others talked about she has incredible conference an incredible swagger and it's just always good to have that level of experience you know out there on the pitch as they say so go USA yeah it's going to be a great game on Sunday morning I watch the game yesterday at union south then campus and it was such a great scene is very multi generational and there are all these little girls in the stands cheering on next to the now adults and it was just a very very exciting in her remains seem to be part of yeah and you know we still don't have all of the data in in terms of attendance and corporate sponsorship and viewership but it seems to be just blowing through the roof again and this just shows as I have been saying and my colleagues have been saying for a very long time if you just put women athletes on the air when the spotlight is the biggest in the stages also the biggest people will watch and people will go so it really shatters that meant that nobody's interested and nobody's watching exactly I feel like vegan repeating is sort of the one of the biggest international stars in the US right now and it's amazing to have this openly gay soccer player team captain to represent the United States right now on the fourth of July yeah it really truly is extraordinary into somebody who has been tracking how female athletes and how women's sports have been covered by the media over the last thirty years in the last I I don't know I would say three or four years things have really exploded so that you would not only have somebody like Rick Pino be an openly gay player which was an anathema until very recently right the taboo and the stigma of what it meant for women athletes to be for women to be associated with sports but that she really has become the iconic figure of this World Cup and but but let us never forget her girlfriends partner sue bird reminded us in a in an article that you wrote yesterday on wine the one of the the main reason that rabino has captured our hearts is because she's a winner she's a champion she's.

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"hofstra university" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"hofstra university" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Step down. Government officials in Mexico. Oh, say the country could be swamped with asylum seekers and migrants. As part of the agreement just-reached with Washington's James Leers has more from Mexico City Mexico's human rights chief, Alejandro end CENA's warms. There were already forty thousand asylum-seekers in Mexico, but thousands more will swell in numbers to double that or more by. And so he and secretary of interior al-ghasoun, Chaz a formulating national human rights program trying to stem the crisis. Sanchez says, no matter how difficult the situation, it must be faced someone who's not prepared to do that is the director of Mexico's migration institute trauma to gin who's resigned. From news. I'm James, please in Mexico City Kenyan officials are blaming al-shabaab extremists for an explosion that killed at least ten police officers along the country's border with Somalia NPR's. Bobby Allen reports around ten fifty AM local time, Kenyan police v. Vehicle carrying eleven officers on patrol hit, an improvised, explosive device killing a number of officers. Officials claim the Somali base. Militant group. Al Shabaab is behind the attack. A Kenyan police official told NPR they are still awaiting a final casualty count and twenty eleven Kenya's government launched a campaign to cross the border into Somalia in an attempt to drive out. Militant groups since then Al Shabaab has been staging retaliatory attacks against Kenyan. Security, forces, Bobby Allen, NPR news. This is NPR. This is WNYC in New York. I'm Lance lucky the New York state legislature has less than a week to finish its work, but to especially controversial issues remain, and their fate could be determined by democratic state senators from the New York City suburbs WNYC's. Fred mogul reports legalizing marijuana and authorizing drivers licenses for undocumented immigrants are two very different issues, but they both have vocal oppositions, especially in long island's police unions. Hofstra university political scientist, Craig Burnett is not surprised that newly elected politicians in these culturally, conservative areas are taking cues from law enforcement county. Police are highly influential local politics here, and in Suffolk County to Democrats in recent years, have picked up six long-held Republican seats on Long Island. And Burnett says they're rightly concerned about holding onto them in next year's elections, mayor de Blasio is trying to build support from Asian groups for his plan to overhaul admissions to the city's most selective public high schools, Chuck beat reporters Poro say says the mayor met with a wide range of Asian organizations this week to apologize for any feelings. He hurts for the way he rolled out the plan without checking with him first, but it's unclear if he changed anyone's mind, I do think that the people came out of the meeting from what I spoke to them with a similar opinions as when they came in a year ago, de Blasio announced that he wanted to get rid of the admissions exam to the city's eight specialized high schools. Instead in order to boost racial diversity. He's proposing to have the schools admit the top students from every middle school. Opponents say that plan would leave fewer spots for Asian students. It's eighty two right now. It'd be run sixty six overnight, mostly cloudy near eighty tomorrow.

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"hofstra university" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"hofstra university" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"It is a great game and soon we're going to begin to, to, to vote on the bills that I think that will begin to reverse the tide of the last twenty five years of the landlords haven't the advantage. The new laws will prevent landlords from removing apartments from regulation and will close loopholes that allowed them to raise rents existing rent regulation laws were sent to expire tomorrow. Now, New York state legislature has less than a week to finish the rest of its work, but there are still too, especially controversial issues on the agenda and their fate could be determined by state senators from the New York City suburbs. Fred mogul reports legalizing marijuana and authorizing drivers licenses for undocumented immigrants are two very different issues, but they both have vocal oppositions, especially in long island's police unions. Hofstra university political scientist, Craig Burnett is not surprised that newly elected politicians in these culturally, conservative areas are taking cues from law enforcement county are highly influential in local politics here. And in Suffolk County to Democrats in recent years, have picked up six long held Republican seats on Long Island and Burnett says they're rightly concerned about holding onto them in next year's elections, and the city council and the mayor have reached a deal on a multi-billion. Dollar budget. It's going to put more social workers in school retrofit buildings and it's going to increase outreach on the census the mayor and the city council speaker announced the budget today it will take affect July one. It also adds two hundred fifty million dollars to the city's reserve funds. Thirty-three million dollars for libraries, we're going to have an in depth conversation coming up in just a moment to stay tuned, for that currently it's seventy one degrees. Partly cloudy in central park..

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"hofstra university" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"hofstra university" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Five hundred forty three students participated in lab experiment. The only thing kind of shocked me with the lab experiment is. The test took place in rooms with various temperatures between sixty one degrees and ninety one degrees, which it isn't here right now I thought, no, I only put it up to seventy one so I thought ninety one who, who would be comfortable in ninety one you know, I wouldn't be comfortable ninety one Amazon people, but it is true. I think that at least for some men and women that women, like a room that's a little bit warmer than guys, do this reminds me of wet. So last year Miranda was running for governor against a governor Cuomo maranda being Cynthia Nixon. On the sex in the city. And she said that she absolutely insisted on having a debate with Cuomo is being held at Hofstra university, and they insisted that it'd be seventy six degrees in the auditorium, because she was going to wear something that was less than the suit that Cuomo was gonna wear female clothes, and therefore should be Seventy-six. Everybody saw that as her just, you know, complaining about things that have nothing to do with issues and come on step up, seventy six, that's to warm. It's a little warm and also because she's thinking about herself, and her dress as opposed to the audience, because seventy six and the audience, especially when you're smushed in with a lot of people, that's not very comfortable for all those people in that audience might be the Trump rally become for her standing up in on on the podium in her..

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"hofstra university" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

08:35 min | 2 years ago

"hofstra university" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"And this is amazing. This is amazing on several levels. But there's a building in Jersey City. Yes. They not only had bees. A beekeeper had to come pry up some of the, you know, facial of the building and get in there. And there was this easy nor miss years in the making nest hive, right? Fifty thousand bees. Yes. Let that sink in fifty thousand. But here's the craziest part, there's a lot more to it than this. And there's also video which is really cool to see but a fifty thousand bees in this enormous. I mean, this high goes on for many, many feet, right? This beekeeper has to go in there and the only way to relocate these now, of course, you know, I'm not a beekeeper, I would just be I would just want an exterminator, and just kill him. Oh, no, no. So to relocate these Bs in the be witness protection program. The only way to do it is to find the one and only Queen bee. I'm not kidding out of fifty thousand bees. This guy had the spend all how do you even do that? And one day, I don't know. But he did it how I'm guessing that, that has a special place in. Hive, the gotta be the penthouse or something. I mean it's the queen's, right? It's always on the north end this or the darkest spot or the farthest away from something. Yeah, it's gotta be but oh my God. And this guy's getting stoned repeatedly, even though he's got the protective equipment that fifty thousand of gonna get through. But there's a lot more than that there's some cool numbers in there. And if you want to check that out, there's also a video that goes along with that it's a cool story, check that out on our soil Teijin, nj one zero one five dot com. To do that. I hear the other animals story and this one we would like to get your thoughts on and your stories on now. There's a fraternity in. This is not a New Jersey story this one. This is over the border in New York. They got they got in a lot of trouble. At a New York school. They were having a party. They were drinking beer and they had a keg. This was at a Hofstra university, by the way. And a senior there, a twenty one year old guy had a had a dog, and they decided to take the dog and a couple of guys held the dog upside down, and they made the dog do keg stand. That's fun about that. They, they shot beer into the dog's mouth. And apparently, now they're I saw the video of it. And I'm not saying it's okay. But they did it for several seconds. I don't I don't think they were trying to like, you know, drown the dog or anything like that. And no one has said this, this is only my assumption. I'm going to assume that this guy and his dog have probably shared a beer before. I'm just gonna assume that I'm going to assume. And I could be completely wrong. So animal nuts. You could yell at me, if you want, I just know that a lot of people not a cage. Stan not shooting it into their mouth. But a lot of people have left out a little saucer, and Puerto little beer in there, maybe announcer, too, and the dog has come along, and they have actually enjoyed it is it right? That's you to decide I'm not the law. But in this case, oh, they came down on them hard happen to them and see the story. Well, the entire fraternities chapter was suspended actually suspended them. The dog was taken from the guy all kinds of trouble against this guy. I think they're talking about, like pressing charges on the guy. Yeah. I mean they, they suspended the entire fraternity over this guy and his dog and what like one or two other guys did the whole fraternity just suspended. That's it. You don't do this to an animal somebody from the s. PCA there said that dog had no choice. It didn't say, hey, I want a beer and I wanted poor down my throat. So it's wrong on every level. It's wrong and just irrational thinking well dog driving. I don't think so. Well, then conversely, if he saying it was wrong because the dog didn't say, hey, I want a beer and was poured down his throat. Well, then would it be wrong, if you just offered the beer and he did want it the way I'm saying, like pour. It takes a lap out of the ball says, Guinness. Barley and hops. Right. And then he goes to town on it. So we wanna know and you know what it doesn't have to only be a dog for some reason. I can't see a cat drinking. Beer, vodka. No. I seen it. I've seen it. What? What, what why? Yeah. When a old late elevated duplex, and she lived on the other side. Yeah. She's an old drunk. She's the only high on my door and Sunday morning at seventy the liquor store, seven o'clock in the mornings to open Herman. Anyway, she put vodka in this little saucer milk for this kitten shoe found. Yeah. Disappeared. One day never came back. And it was still a kitten at the time. So I don't know if she didn't like it or if it just, you know, drunk or what? But yeah. She. She put vodka. She was drinking vodka on the porch. Yeah. And I said something to the cat a little taste. But in the milk. Yeah. I mean that's hard stuff. It is hard stuff. And I was very tiny cat. I mean, not I would guess it didn't take much at all to screw up a cat. Right, right. Yeah. Now I can see a cat is more of like a white wine drinker. That's what I would I would picture. But I don't know now I have heard horses. Oh, yeah. They liked the barley and hop. Oh, I have heard that if you leave for some reason, beer, out that, that, that, that a horse can somehow get to. I mean, you know, easiest thing is if you could pick your beer in a bucket. I don't know why it would be. But if it were oh, that that horses will go to town on that. They love the taste of it. I've, I've often heard that. So this is what we want to know as odd as it might sound who is actually given an animal of beer, or maybe they sneak that from you maybe turned around went to the bathroom. You came back dog knock that off the coffee table. And he's lapping it up. Maybe you didn't even mean to do it. But have you ever had an animal that for whatever reason like to have a beer or some other sort of alcohol, our phone, and I'm not kidding about this? Because if you never heard of it, I am telling. You this happens. This is way more common, I think, than you would realize I'm not saying it's okay with these frat guys did, if they wanna punish them fine. Whatever all I'm saying is I bet you that was not that dogs first beer, Eric and he Sampson, you're on New Jersey, one zero one point five. Hey, good afternoon. Hey. I had a cat, he Pat, now he lived to be fourteen years old. But one evening, I was a little role with the and, you know, captain knows the curious jumped up on my lap. You don't want. Karma lifted shop and it left some more. No. You never thought he would go back for a second lap. Right. You thought it's going to be one lap. And he was going to run. Yeah. I thought he would like make a funny. Faith, and that would be that. If you do when you add enough, he would laugh, and then after that, he would just sit down to where relax and enjoy the feeling. So he drank responsibly. Learned a lot. Eric, thanks for your call. If found himself a new drinking buddy. All right. See, I don't think Eric is not and, and you could reserve judgment or you could cast aspersions on guy, whatever I'm not I'm not even talking about whether this is right or wrong. I'm just saying. I think this happens all the freaking time who has given an animal any kind of alcoholic beverage of beer or even something harder. One eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five. Here's New Jersey.

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Video shows dog forced to drink beer at fraternity party

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Video shows dog forced to drink beer at fraternity party

"A college fraternity is in trouble on New York's Long island alpha Epsilon pies been suspended at Hofstra university. After video put up on Twitter shows man, holding a puppy and forcing him to drink beer out of a keg party happened at the France off campus house, one of the men in the video reportedly owns the dog, a huffed spokesperson called the behavior unacceptable, but wouldn't say if anyone in the video is going to be punished the Nassau County society for the prevention of cruelty to animals ordered the dog's owner to take it to the vet. And they said. The puppy appears to be in good health. But now the district attorney's office is investigating to see if there could be a

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"hofstra university" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"hofstra university" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Relief factor dot com studio, here's Mike Gallagher. I came to work a little cynical a little negative about a couple of things that are happening in our country in Georgia a bunch of Hollywood actors are threatening to cause a lot of harm economic economic hard harm to the state of Georgia. If governor camp signs, the heartbeat Bill into law, these now hundred actors or more are saying that the Bill is evil. The law is awful that there has to be a heartbeat detected. In order to protect the life of the baby. Spanish essentially, protecting the life of the of the non born baby after six weeks of pregnancy. Where a heartbeat is detected and Elissa Milano Milano has whose an actress and an activist has led a group of of of Hollywood stars to threaten a boycott against the state of Georgia. And the reason I'm cynical a little bit negative is I can see I can envision a scenario, and I'm not saying this to try to attack governor camp who's now has to sign this Bill. But I can see a scenario where he says because this has happened before we're governors of states have said, listen, we gotta look out for the economic welfare of our state. We gotta take care of our our citizens. We gotta worry about the economy and money that we could be losing boycott threats are tough. And there are governors in the past who have said, okay. Marsh we won't sign this because we don't want to lose your business. I could see a scenario, and I hope I'm wrong. I pray. I'm wrong where the governor of Georgia caves. Similarly, there's a group of kids out at Hofstra university on Long Island. Protesting and demanding that the school remove a statue of Thomas Jefferson. These students are saying that the statue can't be on campus because the school prides itself on diversity and inclusion so somehow Thomas Jefferson is the statute needs to come down. Now, you know what happens? Look look at what they say about Trump to this day. To anybody who suggests that a statue like that should stay. If you're you're not a good person because Trump tried this. The president tried to say, hey, there are people on both sides of this confederate statue issue. And to this day, the Trump caters, and the liars falsely claimed the Trump said, there are good white supremacists. He never set. It didn't come anywhere close to sane. I'll bet you anything that Thomas. Jefferson statue will ultimately come down at Hofstra university the school will cave to the mob. And that's why I'm a little bit cynical. Then again, I'm reminded of somebody who never ever ever caves. To the mob. The green new deal.

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"hofstra university" Discussed on The Personal Computer Radio Show

The Personal Computer Radio Show

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"hofstra university" Discussed on The Personal Computer Radio Show

"Of the art networks and suffer from inferior service. A Hofstra university constitutional law, professor told the Washington Post that US courts might not be receptive to while ways claims given that doing business with the United States government doesn't seem to be a fundamental, right? And there are reasonable grounds for congress the act against while way. The lawsuit ratchet up tensions in relationship that has already strained as United States. Thought the extradition from Canada of the chief financial officer of the company, which the US department of Justice has accused of violating sanctions on Iran. Well, the question is why is the US government social special while way, the company has been suspected of Iran sanctions violations since at least twenty twelve according to the US intelligence committee, and why has found itself on the room side of many disagreements between US intelligence agencies regulators and tech companies for the past decade due to allegations of intellectual property theft and claims of espionage for the Chinese government the arrest of hallway CFO in Canada for possible Iran sanctions while Asians as deep roots in a difficult legal history between the hardware, giant and US regulators and intelligence agencies. The US government has spent the better part of the last que taking issue with a company over topics, including the firm's allege espionage ties to the Chinese government an allegation of along history of intellectual property theft. While why is one of China's largest companies with a reported one hundred billion in revenue. Twenty eighteen at one hundred eighty thousand employees across one hundred seventy global offices. Starting back in twenty ten US intelligence officials began warning agencies, and then private companies of what is said were clear cut cases of the company serving as a proxy for espionage conducted by the Chinese government. A claim frequently made publicly by former national security director, Michael Hayden in twenty twelve the US house intelligence committee released a report which followed that investigation in the company and its competitive Z T the company receive almost no information on the role of Chinese communist party committee within while way or specific about how hallway interacts informal channels with Chinese government a report said, but while we refuse to provide details about his business operations United States failed to disclose details of dealing with the Chinese military or intelligence services at.

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"hofstra university" Discussed on Mixergy

Mixergy

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"hofstra university" Discussed on Mixergy

"Where I interview entrepreneurs about how they built their businesses for an audience of real entrepreneurs get this one of my past interviews, I complained about high get endless calls often while I'm interviewing or while. I'm having a meeting and had just fricken robo calls, and I get an Email as a follow up to that from Aaron fos who you're about to meet who says, hey, I'm working on solution. I think you should try it out. Click over his website. And I think for small cool that he did this and that he reached out and second I thought is isn't my being trapped into something. I think I had to put my phone number and my carrier or something at the time. It was kind of like a clunky experienced, but I got so frustrated I got excited about it. I eventually became a customer his I think I became a customer wants apple allowed Nomo robo his software to be integrated into the iphone like flawlessly, and he and I've been emailing for a long time, and I've been sending him love notes about how it's just saw stopping all these junkie calls and suggestions for things that I'd like to have happen, and we stayed in touch. And then at one point I said, I should just check out if Ahrens like right to mixer interview in once he gave me his numbers. I said dude, can we do this interview? Please. And he said, yeah. No problem. He's actually an entrepreneur residence at Hofstra university. So someone who wants to teach entrepreneurship and become enable others to become better entrepreneurs. And he has found her of normal robo this thing that you plug into your phone, and it just starts killing all those robo calls overall getting not all of them, actually, Aaron I'd like you to kill all them. Sometimes I fantasize about killing the people who make those calls. Yeah. But but you kill the majority of them. And here he is a listener. Who's now a mixture interviewee and the two sponsors who I'm gonna be doing here. Aaron says, I've heard you talk about them a lot. I will help you hire. Phenomenal developers called top towel. The second will help you host your website, right? It's called hostgator Aaron tapped here anything charming. Why do you listen to make sure you by the way?.

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Top Republicans urge Jeff Sessions to quit

NJ Diet

00:25 sec | 3 years ago

Top Republicans urge Jeff Sessions to quit

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NY: Cuomo, Nixon set for their only scheduled debate

Red Eye Radio

00:25 sec | 3 years ago

NY: Cuomo, Nixon set for their only scheduled debate

"The stairwell on west. Fortieth street, Bobby Brown, WBZ, news roads prosecutors. Have confirmed they're seeking a fourteenth suspect in the gruesome gang related death of, LA Sandro junior Guzman Felise the fifteen year old was stabbed to death outside of a Bodega in the Bronx on June twentieth the. Thirteenth suspect Ronald Urano was arraigned, on Monday denying. His involvement all the suspects are allegedly members of the trinitaria

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Andrew Cuomo, Bill Evans Simon and Hofstra University Cuomo discussed on Morning Edition

Morning Edition

00:36 sec | 3 years ago

Andrew Cuomo, Bill Evans Simon and Hofstra University Cuomo discussed on Morning Edition

"He was always willing to speak truth to power at a time when there, are so few people do And as you've been hearing the New York Democrat and Senate minority, leader says he'll introduce legislation to rename the Senate building that housed McCain's offices after the Arizona Republican police say a. Thirteenth person has been arrested and charged. In connection to the murder of, a teenage boy in the Bronx earlier this, summer, twenty, nine year old Ronald. Raina was arrested yesterday evening like most of the others arrested Raina faces murder, manslaughter and gang assault charges

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KABC, Assault and Rowe Haas KABC discussed on The Drive Home with Jillian Barberie and John Phillips

The Drive Home with Jillian Barberie and John Phillips

00:38 sec | 3 years ago

KABC, Assault and Rowe Haas KABC discussed on The Drive Home with Jillian Barberie and John Phillips

"With Dr drew and Lawrence above and three with, Jillian and John ABC Angeles Orange, County a Cumulus station KABC news. Live and local at five, o'clock I'm John Wolf ice officials say the undocumented immigrant recently arrested in San Bernardino is wanted on, an outstanding murder award in Mexico though his wife believes it's a case of mistaken. Identity viral video of the arrest while the couple was on its way to the hospital to give birth sparked outrage from immigrant rights groups with ice being accused of arresting the man for no reason Julianne AKU

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LA, President and Vladimir Putin discussed on Howie Carr

Howie Carr

00:15 sec | 3 years ago

LA, President and Vladimir Putin discussed on Howie Carr

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NBA G League player Zeke Upshaw dies after collapsing during game

The Lars Larson Show

02:06 min | 3 years ago

NBA G League player Zeke Upshaw dies after collapsing during game

"The growing debate after the deadly florida mass shooting and student protests over the weekend in vermont legislators expect a pair of gun bills to reach republican governor fill scott's desk by the end of the week the legislation would ban high capacity guns increased background checks and raise the legal gun buying age to twenty one the state's lawmakers also seek to take guns when people in dangerous situations meantime new jersey nra supporters are rallying against gun control measures being considered by that state's legislature among those bills court ordered seizures of guns went health officials deem someone to threat and action democratic governor phil murphy says he supports grenell scott fox news sr the nba developmental g league has passed away just days after collapsing on the court it happened with under a minute remaining in saturday's game against the long island nets when grand rapids drive star zeke upshaw tumbled to the court stopping the game in leading the upshot being taken off the hardwood on a stretcher and rushed to a nearby hospital two days later upshaw lost his life the drive the g league affiliate of the detroit pistons said in a statement upshall had a warm personality and was a tremendous representative of their organization both on and off the court a native of chicago upshaw graduated from illinois state university after playing three seasons for the redbirds basketball team playing one last season for hofstra university with his remaining year of ncwa eligibility by the way saturday's game ended up being a win for the grand rapids strive clinching a playoff spot zeke upshaw was twenty six years old man apollo tano fox news california appeals court throwing out a lawsuit filed by livia to hamilton against the creators of the tv show bette and joan second district court of appeals that the first amendment rights of the show's creators trump to hamilton's claims permission to use her likeness was needed and she should have been compensated lisa lacerra fox news radio channel three early warning weather from the talk of connecticut clear skies overnight tonight lows in the low twenty s mostly sunny milder tomorrow highs in the low fifties mixed precipitation wednesday highs in the upper.

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