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Twenty undergraduate students from St. John’s Staten Island campus took a behind-the-scenes look at law enforcement and social justice in Italy when they traveled to Rome in December as part of the inaugural Vice Provost’s International Fellowship.
Law School alumni have helped to lead the Queens Catholic Lawyers Guild since its start in the early 1970s. Today, the organization continues to thrive and continues to support St. John's Law students in many ways.
More than 200 St. John’s students, faculty, and staff assembled for a Mass on November 21 commemorating the 10th anniversary of the dedication of St. Thomas More Church at the Queens, NY, campus.
That day, people nationwide will join together to celebrate giving and to make a difference in communities and causes that they care about.
“This is a humanitarian crisis,” says Jennifer Baum, director of the Child Advocacy Clinic. “Our clinic represents children whose repatriation would place them at risk of abuse, neglect, or abandonment in their home country."
Sharing that “there are few subjects closer to my heart,” His Eminence Edward Cardinal Egan, Archbishop of New York (ret.), opened the Center for Labor and Employment Law’s 2014 Distinguished Annual Lecture titled: “Pope Francis: Where He Will Lead Us.”
This year’s Founder’s Week, one of the University’s premiere week-long annual events celebrating St. John’s Vincentian heritage, focused on the theme “Compassion Without Limits; Justice Across Borders.”
Education is one of society’s most effective tools for achieving social justice, said author and activist Jim Ziolkowski as he addressed more than 500 students, faculty, and administrators on September 23 as part of St. John’s University’s 20th Annual Founder’s Week.
St. John’s University is marking two decades of using service and education to help build a better world

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