Dina Santorelli graduated Hofstra in 1990 and received her Master’s at Hofstra in 2009. A few years after that she published the first iteration of what became the Baby Grand trilogy. Former Required Radio President Adam Castar sat down with Dina at Digital Waterworx in Plainview, to discuss her novel series, her writing background and anything she’s planning for the future. Music Credits: Music from https://filmmusic.io “Werq” by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com) License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)
Hofstra Audio Magazine, or H.A.M. , is your destination to find out the goings-on around Hofstra University. In this first episode Required Radio’s own Julia Berk sits down with Last Great Kings frontman and Hofstra student Tommy O’Connor to talk about his band, Pat Viala, a 5-time Grammy Award winning producer, speaks to H.A.M. about teaching music production classes at Hofstra, and Gina Santillo discusses the realities of relying on music licensing for radio shows. For more, keep it locked into Required Radio at requiredradio.com and listen to us on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher and Spotify.
On the latest installment of Hofstra Club Profiles, Adam Castar sits down with Kat Anderson, President of Hofstra’s spoken word poetry club, Hofstra Sp!t. Kat discusses how the club was founded, her experience joining as a freshman, and helping new members get acclimated to performing spoken word poetry. For more, keep it locked into Required Radio at requiredradio.com. Rate, Review and Subscribe on Apple Podcasts and Spotify!
On the latest episode of Hofstra Club Profiles, Adam Castar sits down with Hannah Thueson, secretary for Hofstra’s chapter of PRSSA. Hannah goes into detail about how the club was founded in the 90s, what they presently do and upcoming events. For more, keep it locked into Required Radio at requiredradio.com. Don’t forget to rate, review and subscribe to Required Radio on Apple Podcasts and Spotify.
This week, faculty advisor Mario A. Murillo brings us the first of four audio pieces from the Second Global Workshop for Indigenous Leaders in Ecuador. Mario explains the origins of the workshop, how he helped facilitate it, and the significance of the gathering to native leaders from all over the globe.
Series episode #20.
Music featured in this piece:
Ryan Little: “West Coast” – https://soundcloud.com/iamryanlittle
On the second edition of Hofstra Club Profiles, Adam Castar sits down with HerCampus Hofstra co-presidents Sarah Hanlon and Abby Strusowski to talk about their club and its impact on campus. HerCampus is an online magazine written by and for college women. For more, keep it locked into Required Radio at requiredradio.com.
You can check out all of HerCampus’s articles here: https://www.hercampus.com/school/hofstra
Music from https://filmmusic.io:
“Werq” by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com)
Licence: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)
On this episode of Getting To The Root Nailah Andre investigates New York City Mayor Bill deBlasio’s plan to close the third biggest jail in America Rikers Island.
Originally aired on 12/11/18
Musicians featured in this episode:
Ryan Little “West Coast” – https://soundcloud.com/iamryanlittle/west-coast
Broke For Free “As Colorful As Ever” – http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Broke_For_Free/Layers/As_Colorful_As_Ever
Safir Nou “Land-escape” – http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Safir_Nu/Groundless/Safir_Nou_-_Groundless_-_05_Land-escape
On this episode of Required Radio’s newest segment, host Adam Castar sits down with Alex Rufer and Adam Coren, the President and Vice President respectively of Hofstra Esports. They discuss how their club came to be, current events that they’re hosting and future plans for the organization. For more, keep it locked into Required Radio, and stay tuned for future episodes of Required Radio Club Profiles right here at requiredradio.com.
Intro/Outro Music: Breathing Out – Mid-Air Machines
In our post-Thanksgiving episode of 2017, Ben Abrams interviews Eli Cane, co-creator and producer of the film “On A Knife Edge”, the coming-of-age tale of a young Native American activist.
Reporter Tommy O’Connor then explores local farming and food insecurity on Long Island.
Originally aired on 11/28/17 on WRHU-FM.
In our sophomore episode, Nailah Andre explores a Long Island writing program tailored for formerly incarcerated women, and faculty contributor Mario A. Murillo explores the effects of the recent Colombian peace deal on the country’s coca growers.
Originally aired on 11/21/17 on WRHU-FM.