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Under Armour (UA) has grown into one of the world’s most influential sports brands – and one of its executive minds is none other than St. John’s own Matthew Mirchin ’82SVC.
Arizona-native Trevor Farland ’17C traveled more than 2,200 miles to attend St. John’s University. Now, through the highly selective Jeannette K. Watson Fellowship he has been awarded, Farland will work as an intern at influential global organizations in New York and the Middle East.
St. John’s Law has always been committed to helping its students become successful professionals with rewarding careers. In the last several years, as the legal market has changed, the Law School has renewed this commitment with a strategic initiative to improve outcomes for its students along the measures that matter most to them: bar passage and employment.
The championship, which took place April 27 – 29, delivered the Red Storm’s 10th conference title.
The chapter celebrated this heritage on April 11 with a 50th anniversary gala at the Floral Terrace.
The St. John’s men’s tennis team made its first appearance in the BIG EAST Championship Finals in 19 years a memorable one as the top-seeded Red Storm defeated No. 3 DePaul.
The Great Lawn of St. John’s Queens, NY, campus came alive with activity as the University recently hosted two of its annual celebrations–Spring Fling and the Alumni Great Lawn Party.
April 22, 2014
Embracing the example of St. Vincent de Paul, the St. John’s community is dedicated to serving those in need. Our students, faculty, administrators, staff, and alumni commit thousands of hours each year to volunteering locally, nationally, and internationally. In the process, they discover what it truly means to be Vincentian and as a result, each has a remarkable story to tell.
The Law School’s Moot Court Honor Society closed its 2013-14 competition year with a strong showing at the external Elaine Jackson Stack Moot Court Competition and the internal Roy L. Reardon Moot Court Competition.
An internet-based service application that increases efficiency for trade shows and a martial arts afterschool program were among the business ideas being pitched by budding entrepreneurs who competed for $16,000 in prizes during this year’s Fifth Annual James and Eileen Christmas Business Plan Competition and Expo on Saturday, April 5, 2014 from 8:30 am to 2:30 pm in the D’Angelo Center, Queens Campus.

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