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Sharing her personal story of surviving and combating the scourge of human trafficking, activist Donna Hubbard urged more than 250 guests at a St. John’s University conference to remember that we, as a society, are the true key to confronting and ending this global crisis.
Proudly wearing green—and red—more than 120 St. John’s students, faculty, and alumni marched up Fifth Avenue behind the University’s banner at New York City’s 257th annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade.
After collecting five medals, including three first place finishes, at the NCAA Northeast Regional this past Sunday, the St. John’s fencing team earned eight qualifiers for the 2017 NCAA Championships to be held at Indiana Farmers Coliseum in Indianapolis from March 23-26 and will be hosted by the University of Notre Dame.
“Being a student means learning from every situation—and from the people around you,” said Amber Hatcher ’18C about a recent trip St. John’s University’s Debate Society (SJUDS) took to five tribal colleges in Montana, where they helped students strengthen their skills at public speaking, deliberation, and advocacy.
With the phrase “ARMY OF” written on her arm, Cassandra Ferrante ’17C raised an index finger to complete the sentence by suggesting the word “ONE.”
A packed bus departed St. John’s University’s Queens campus around 2 a.m. on Friday, January 27, to join nearly 500,000 people in the 44th Annual March for Life in Washington, D.C.
January 26, 2017
A special holiday message.
The fall 2016 Academic Service Learning consulting presentations were held in Queens on Saturday, December 3, 2016
“Winter Carnival really helps me get in the holiday spirit, and I definitely needed a break like this with finals coming up,” said Natalie Nagarayeva ’21Pharm.D.

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