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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.
Leading scholars in the fields of law, religion, politics, and ethics came together at St. John’s Law for a Constitution Day symposium on “Religious Freedom Today.”
Dr. Gempesaw’s hour-long address highlighted the accomplishments made by the University over the past year, with particular focus on the action steps put forth by the Strategic Priorities Working Group in 2015.
The University community mourns the tragic death of St. John’s student Tiarah Poyau, who was a victim of gun violence earlier today in Brooklyn.
Inspired by the University’s Vincentian Mission, St. John’s students in the Department of Art and Design have created an outdoor mural expressing the optimistic vision of a local child care center dedicated to the social and intellectual growth of young learners.
Favored by calm breezes and serene weather, the Queens Symphony Orchestra (QSO), led by Guest Conductor Martin Majkut, performed for two hours at the University’s Queens campus
The American Chemical Society (ACS) Committee on Minority Affairs bestows the award on institutions or individuals that help students from underrepresented backgrounds to succeed in the chemical sciences.
Rachel Daly of women’s soccer, Thomas Hackimer of baseball, and Roberto Livi of men’s tennis were each recognized for their athletic achievement, academic excellence and commitment to community service.
“This program has been a wonderful experience for me,” said Christian Bisciello, from Xaverian High School.
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.