#180 Oct. 16- Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney, left, addresses President Barack Obama during the second presidential debate at Hofstra University, Tuesday, Oct. 16, 2012, in Hempstead, N.Y. Associated Press
243 Obama aggressive, jabs off the bat at Romney on auto industry bailout Pool-Michael Reynolds/Associated Press - Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney, left, listens as President Barack Obama addresses members of the audience during the second presidential debate at Hofstra University, Tuesday, Oct. 16, 2012, in Hempstead, N.Y. By Associated Press, Published: October 16
Republican presidential hopeful and former Virginia Gov. Jim Gilmore addresses students from Hofstra University during a special town hall on February 7 in Windham, New Hampshire. M. Scott Mahaskey/POLITICO
416 Romney, Obama don’t address complexities of China investment debate Video: President Obama responded to Mitt Romney’s question if he had looked at his pension lately while debating immigration during the town hall Presidential Debate at Hofstra University in Long Island, N.Y. By Tom Hamburger, Published: October 17
"What to Save and How: An Introduction." Hofstra University Assistant Dean for Special Collections and University Archivist Geri Solomon filmed this video for the New York State Archives. In the video, she offers instruction to Margie Miller, wife of 9/11 victim Joel Miller, on how to preserve her precious mementos of him. The video is one in a series aimed at addressing the concerns of those who have 9/11-related materials that they wish to save.
#Picsof2012 Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney and U.S. President Barack Obama spar over energy policy during the second presidential debate at Hofstra University, in Hempstead, N.Y., Tuesday, Oct. 16, 2012. A combined 191.8 million people tuned in to watch U.S. President Barack Obama face off with Republican rival Mitt Romney in three U.S. presidential debates which addressed issues ranging from the Benghazi embassy attacks, to the economy, to Big Bird.
How Should “Revenge Porn” Be Handled?Hofstra University law professor Joanna Grossman and Stanford University law professor Lawrence Friedman discuss the ways in which legislation can (and cannot) address the phenomenon of “revenge porn.”
A parade-goer watching the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade on New York's Upper West Side noticed that the confetti that fell on him and some friends contained what appeared to be confidential personal information about Nassau County Police Department employees, including names, addresses, Social Security numbers, bank routing numbers—even references to Mitt Romney's motorcade during last month's presidential debate at Hofstra University.
Lessons From a Prison Sexual Harassment Case. Hofstra University law professor Joanna Grossman discusses a recent decision by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit addressing some issues arising out of sexual acts between prison employees. Grossman describes the background of the case and explains why the appeals court ruled as it did.