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Thanksgiving is a time when want is most keenly felt among those in need.

Demonstrating a commitment to unity among campuses, Rev. Joseph L. Levesque, C.M., S.T.D., president of St. John’s University, addressed more than 100 members of the Staten Island campus...

More than 260 educators, students and observers  came together to examine ways of securing educational equity for learners at all levels during St. John’s University’s Eighth...

Thirty-seven St. John’s students participating in the popular SEARCH Retreat program attended the third installment of the retreat held November 8–10 at the Seminary of the Immaculate...

Throughout November, St. John’ University will host a series of events in honor of “Hunger Awareness Month.” The Office of Campus Ministry, Academic...

On October 28, St. John’s Department of Theology and Religious Studies convened a groundbreaking panel on Pope Francis and his pontificate entitled, “Pope Francis: Four Perspectives...

In an effort to promote respect among school-aged children, more than 100 St. John’s University students and local elementary school educators teamed up to

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Every member of the St. John's University family is both scholar and servant—seeking truth, acquiring wisdom and committed to helping those in need. That was the core message of this...

Focusing on the role that education plays in helping to alleviate suffering around the world, St. John's University celebrated its 20th annual Founder's Week with exhibits, lectures, Mass, and service activities centered on the theme "Be Vincentian: Compassion without Limits; Justice across Borders."
Eager to learn about the experiences that have shaped one of the world’s leading authorities on autism, more than 1,250 students, faculty and administrators filled Carnesecca Arena to hear Temple Grandin, Ph.D., speak as part of Founder’s Week 2013 at St. John’s University.

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