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In a small Italian restaurant on eastern Long Island, three St. John’s legends reminisce. Teammates on the 1959 Men’s Basketball team, Gus Alfieri ’59C, ’64GEd, Rich Engert ’59C, ’61GEd and Lou Roethel ’60C, ’62G, ’72GEd enjoyed tremendous success: together, they won that year’s Holiday Festival and National Invitation Tournament. And they remember those days like they were yesterday.

The Big Apple is home to some of soccer’s most prominent figures, and those stars were out in full force to celebrate the game they love at the New York City Soccer Gala, hosted by St. John...

Gratitude took center stage during I <3 Alumni: Philanthropy Week, as students signed thank-you cards for alumni as part of a unique “thank-a-thon” held in the D’Angelo Center.
Help Johnny Thunderbird win the Battle of the Beaks, a fun competition against the Creighton Blue Jay and Marquette Golden Eagle, to see which university can get the most donations from alumni and undergraduate students. - See more at: http://www.stjohns.edu/about/news/2014-03-07/support-student-athletes-battle-beaks#sthash.f8Eks7o3.dpuf
Adjunct Professor Jonathan S. Sack co-authors a thoughtful piece in the New York Law Journal on the McDonnell case and the line between politics as usual and criminality.

Teamwork, service and humility: these are three characteristics that Mike Aylmer ’87SVC learned as a pitcher on the St. John’s Baseball team. And over two decades later, those same...

From the sun-kissed streets of Los Angeles to the harsh winters of New York City, St. John’s alumnus Juan Capdet ’02CPS, ’04MBA is accustomed to both coasts. And although he currently lives nearly 3,000 miles away from the University he loves, he’s remained an active member of the SJU community.
Senior Eastern District Judges Raymond J. Dearie, Nina Gershon, and Allyne R. Ross were honored on February 20, 2014 in the ceremonial courtroom of the U.S. Courthouse in Brooklyn.
Kaitlin Fleur Nares '13 talks about her work representing Korey Wise — one of five young men exonerated in the high-profile Central Park Jogger case — in his longstanding civil suit against New York City.

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