Newsday’s Neil Best mentioned my book, “Hofstra Athletics” recently in his Watchdog blog, which focused largely on sports media.
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It’s always an honor to be mentioned by your alma mater in any publication, but especially the school paper where my career developed full force as sports editor of the Hofstra Chronicle.
This week, the Chronicle featured my book “Hofstra Athletics” in the paper and on its website.
Check out the article here.
Prior to Hofstra’s men’s basketball game against UNC-Wilmington on Saturday, February 25, a book signing was held for Chris Vaccaro’s latest work, “Hofstra Athletics,” published by Arcadia.
The book became officially available in January and chronicles a complete history of Hofstra athletics dating back to the school’s inception in 1935.
To purchase a copy of the book, click here.
My book, “Hofstra Athletics,” published by Arcadia is officially available, Monday, January 16.
The book captures nearly 200 images of Hofstra sports history dating back to 1935 when the University first opened.
You can purchase it directly from Hofstra, or at all major book distributors, including Amazon.
On Monday I made an appearance on WLNY TV-10/55 and on WRHU 88.7 FM.
The #140 Conference came to Long Island this week. Focusing on social media and twitter strategy, over 40 guest speakers presented at Touro Law School in Central Islip.
Former Hofstra professor Mo Krochmal and Hofstra alum Jeff Pulver were behind this one.
Patch and Sachem had representatives there.