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“The 12 Days of Christmas” is a holiday classic, but for young alumna Theresa Hynes ’13CPS, it means so much more.

A collapsible, space-saving wheelbarrow, custom coolers with attachable tables for tailgates, and an internet based service application that utilizes time and increases efficiency for Trade Shows...

The performing arts are alive and well at St. John’s University, and nothing showcased that quite like the Annual Spring Concert.
Schultz had his heart set on attending St. John’s, and the Camera Legacy Scholarship made it possible.
Elisa Garcia handles the big jobs for the big companies. She helped usher the Boca Raton, Fla.-based office-supply chain Office Depot Inc. through its November merger with Office Max Inc., a $1.2 billion transaction that had to clear antitrust regulators. In December, Garcia rose from general counsel to chief legal officer, a job in which she oversees regulatory, compliance and government-affairs matters.

Like many New Yorkers in the 1980s, John Maroon ’87SVC was a big fan of St. John’s University basketball. So it comes as no surprise that when it was time for him to go to college,...

Elliott, a justice in Queens since 2004, will hear appeals from criminal and civil courts in the Second, Eleventh and Thirteenth judicial districts. He will replace Jaime Rios, who retired at the end of 2013.
The Law School Alumni Association honored Richard F. Hans '93 Tuesday at its annual Law Review Alumni Reception.
The luck of the Irish was on full display during this year’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade, as snowy forecasts gave way to clear and sunny skies – and the St. John’s community was a major part of the festivities.
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.

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