Hofstra debate through Instagram
Newsday staff and readers covered the 2012 Hofstra presidential debate via Instagram, an app which enhances the color and tone of the photographs and can also allow for special effects, such as the appearance of a Polaroid photo or other vintage look.
If it wasn't real before.. It sure is now. #hofdebates
Go to the back of the student center to learn about everything presidential!
WE DID IT!
Even the stop signs are decked out. #hofdebate
Students handing out Obama signs by the MSNBC stand. #hofdebate
Senior Samantha Ferarra gets interviewed by a HU media student. #hofdebate
Geraldo Rivera speaks via radio in the Student Center. #hofdebate
And now we board the media bus. Fun night! #hofdebate
Not a protestor in sight at 1045pm outside #hofdebate
Viewing party line forming outside of HofUSA #hofdebate
Here's some humor for you! #hofdebate
Student handprints on the window of the Student Center #hofdebate
Students can pose next to cardboard cutouts of the candidates. #hofdebate
Sirius live radio #hofdebate
Student protesters display their signs for the media. #hofdebate
#HofDebate! who's excited?!?!
Want to find out the truth? #HofDebate with @NowThisNews
Obama has landed!!
Sophomore Spencer MacDonald gets interviewed about his views on Obama. #hofdebate
Rick Lazio says debate was “a little bit feisty." #hofdebate (Oct. 16, 2012)
"The difference is, he won." Kerry calls it for Obama.
Here we go! Hofstra President Stuart Rabinowitz makes opening statement #hofdebate ?tes
Big crowd at "a viewer's guide to televised debates" at J.C. Adams Playhouse on South campus
iPhone photo participants on the debate floor at Hofstra taken at 8:30 PM. (Oct 16, 2012)
Reporters reporting. Go time is near. #hofdebate (Oct. 16, 2012)
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal has been hard to pry away from TV cameras. #hofdebate
Louisiana's Bobby Jindal touting Romney on Education "Gov. Romney believes you got to empower parents and give them more choices." #edchat #schoolchoice
Mini viewing parties popping up wherever there's a tv set #hofdebate ?tes
LA Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa says the main question of debate night should be "which Mitt Romney is going to show up?". #hofdebate
Former Gov. Pataki says "what we need are jobs," and that's why he backs Romney. #hofdebate
Chris Matthews broadcasting from #HofstraU for the ?tes @newsday
Nassau County Exec @edmangano making the rounds at Hofstra debate. Says he's excited for Nassau resident to have opportunity to ask q's of candidates
Obama supporters at the Chris Matthews broadcast from #HofstraU ?tes
TVs in the media center are tuned in and ready!
Obama and Romney chained to the guy from Monopoly, protesting outside of the main gate of the Hofstra campus.
Comptroller DiNapoli says prez race is big for underticket, especially Bishop.
@hofstrau Hofstra students hold their signs behind MSNBC's Hardball with Chris Matthews. ?tes @newsday
John Sununu, who said he saw my earlier posts about my acting career on Twitter.
iPhone photo of the debate floor at Hofstra taken at 6:30 PM. (Oct 16, 2012) Newsday/Jeff Schamberry
Howard Dean says Romney "appears to have no inner core whatsoever." #hofdebate