By: Briana Messina
Hofstra University journalism graduates are seeing great successes across the board. Their accomplishments reach far beyond an academic level as several former students have found love both within and outside their careers. With talents ranging from excelling in the art of dance to creating innovative technology that could change our lives forever, there is no slowing down these alumni in their quest to further their success.
Thirty year old Savannah Holzwarth has found a home at the N.Y Times arts section after moving on from a five year career as a profession dancer for a popular New York City dance company. Her love life seems to have blossomed along with her career as she recently announced her engagement to her longtime boyfriend. Fellow classmate Johannes Sorto appears to being doing well for himself as well. The 29-year-old entrepreneur married a woman named Ashley and the couple happily added two beautiful children to the family. Sorto just recently returned from the future after creating the first ever time machine. When asked what he could tell us about the future with all his advanced knowledge, the young billionaire was hesitant in his answer.
He said, “After seeing the future, I decided to only share it with people I trust.”
Sorto has high hopes to do more time traveling in an effort to better the future of our generation while Holzwarth aspires to do more writing about her passion. There is no limit to what these Hofstra students can do. Whether it is educating readers about the importance of art and culture or visiting the future to make better decisions in the present, these couple of students have proved what great assets they are to our society.