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While Rossella Rago ’09C has been hosting the weekly Internet series “Cooking with Nonna” since 2007, she’s actually been cooking with her own nonna (Italian for “...

Declaring that compromise is vital to social harmony, longtime labor advocate Eugene D. Orza, Esq., ’73L addressed more than 300 new graduates of St. John’s School of Law on June 3...

John Franco, a four-time MLB All-Star who once said he truly became a pitcher at St. John’s University, was inducted into the New York Mets Hall of Fame at Citi Field in Queens, NY, on...

It has been said that honor is the reward of virtue, and both qualities were in evidence as St. John’s University recognized the outstanding achievements of 18 notable alumni at the Annual...

Jerrold Ross, Ph.D., Dean of The School of Education (SOE) since 1995 and Academic Vice President of the Staten Island campus, was born in Brooklyn. He is a staunch New Yorker who is enthusiastic...

Saying the experience was “as good as it gets,” Steve Lavin, St. John’s men’s basketball coach, addressed more than 3,000 new graduates at the University’s two...

After securing an automatic bid by winning a conference-record seventh BIG EAST Championship crown, St. John's (37-21), which is headed to the NCAA Tournament for the third-straight season,...

The Language Connection of St. John’s University has been selected to host a three-week English for Graduate Studies Program this summer for 35 Fulbright foreign students, some of the best...

Close to 3,000 students, faculty and staff filled the Great Lawn of the Queens campus for a day of free rides, games and camaraderie on April 27 as St. John’s University held its annual...

Talented science students from 14 New York City-area high schools have gained an inside look at how to pursue a research career through a new, competitive St. John’s University program...

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