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Connections have always been important to Jack Carew ’59C, ’00HON. During the course of his exceptional career, he has been a highly successful sales executive, the head of his own...

Being retired means different things to different people, but if you’re a former employee of St. John’s University, it means staying connected to the friends and former colleagues...

There’s a warm, family feeling when you step foot on the Staten Island campus, and that was never more obvious than during St. John’s Annual Family Day. Graduates and their children...

Sometimes, it’s knowing what you don’t know that makes all the difference. That’s why the Office of Gift Planning at St. John’s University is committed to providing our...

Acknowledged as St. John’s premier fundraising initiative, the 16th Annual President’s Dinner raised more than $2 million for scholarships to benefit the University’s most...

Dancing, eating, and raising their glasses to toast a rousing Saturday night at the Queens campus, 548 alumni transformed the Great Lawn into a banquet hall on October 26, celebrating the new University brand and their pride in alma mater at St. John’s first Oktoberfest.
There’s a unique feeling of familiarity that exists among alumni who attended St. John’s Schermerhorn Street campus in downtown Brooklyn. The fact that the campus was primarily located in a single building contributed to the sense of closeness among students, a bond which is still apparent when alumni from that historic location come together.
Nothing says autumn quite like kicking back with old friends and enjoying some brews and brats. And at St. John’s first-ever Oktoberfest, held on the Great Lawn, alumni and friends came back to campus to do just that, as they celebrated the season in style.
In today’s fast-paced, technologically-sophisticated world of business, networking is still one of the most important resources for career success. Making connections on a personal level can result in tremendous rewards for individuals seeking to either advance their current career or transition into something new.

For the past 56 years, the alumni of St. John’s Lewis Avenue campus have come together to share memories and reconnect with many of their former classmates who called the University’s...

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