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In his homily at World Youth Day (WYD), an international gathering of Catholic youth, His Holiness Pope Francis encouraged the millions of young people participating in Kraków, Poland, this summer to “believe in a new humanity” that’s stronger than evil and refuses to see borders as barriers.
The second and third sessions of a three-part management seminar were held on St. John’s University’s Queens campus on April 25 and May 23.
Brandon Turner ’16TCB, who recently graduated from St. John’s University’s Staten Island campus, has been named the recipient of the second annual San Damiano Servant Leadership Award by the Franciscan Mission Service.
Student Government, Inc. (SGI) members raised a record $36,000 in support of scholarships for future seniors who may lack the financial resources to finish their education.
This past year, St. John’s students dedicated nearly 100,000 hours to service. Helping those in need is central to the University’s mission.
The event was organized by members of the national counselor honor society, Chi Sigma Iota, and their chapter advisor, Heather Robertson, Ph.D.
At 17 years old, two Maryland high school students took action against the cycle of poverty that traps many young people in their families’ hometown of Bali Nyonga, Cameroon.
“The first time, you don’t know what to expect,” said Jennie Lynn Martino ’19SRM, an actuarial science major at St. John’s.
Amber Edwards ’15C, ’17G was still an undergraduate at St. John’s when she seized an opportunity that changed her life.