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On a day when the winds were blowing and the snow was swirling outside, St. Thomas More Church was filled with the warmth of love as alumni couples gathered for the annual Blessing of the Couples...

It was a wonderful homecoming at St. John’s Law last week when Enisa Dervisevic ’13 and Micah Pischnotte ’13 returned to the Law School to receive the accession oath and join the ranks of the Air Force Judge Advocate General’s Corps (JAG).
Although it may be located nearly 3,000 miles from the Queens campus, California is home to a wealth of St. John’s University alumni. And their SJU pride was on full display during a week’s worth of events hosted by the Office of Alumni Relations and California-area alumni chapters.
The minute he stepped foot on the Queens campus, Michael P. Stafford ’67Ed, ’72L made SJU Athletics a priority.
On January 31, 2014, the Law School Alumni Association held its annual luncheon at the New York Hilton.
Over 100 St. John’s student leaders gathered at the Queens campus on January 25 for a unique learning experience focusing on new and innovative ways to connect with fellow students and the University.
The St. John’s University Baseball team is a lifelong fraternity, and alumni and friends showed their overwhelming support during the Eighth Annual Baseball Bullpen Winter Banquet. Headlined by New York Mets ace Matt Harvey, the event raised over $65,000 in support of Red Storm Baseball.
St. John’s didn’t just provide Kevin Verbesey ’93G with practical training – it transformed him into a well-rounded Library professional.
DiMango, who was appointed three weeks ago as the administrative judge for criminal matters in Brooklyn, will star in "Hot Bench," a syndicated show created by Judith Sheindlin, better known as television personality "Judge Judy."
The only two people tried for the shooting of Mr. Peseo were the two women. After their convictions, the case was turned over to the Office of the Appellate Defender, where it was flagged for special attention.

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