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"We want students to understand what that means by exploring new cultures, then taking what they've learned and applying it here."

Over the last four decades, Ralph Monaco ’71UC, ’73MLS has enjoyed a successful career in Library and Information Science, though he’s the first to admit that it’s a...

For many college athletes, the dream of one day participating in the Olympics is what motivates them through the lonely and often grueling hours of practice. The need to balance the requirements...

Rabbi Yaron Catane, who until recently served as Legal Counsel to the Chief Rabbinate of the State of Israel and now deals with religious affairs as a Legal Advisor in the Prime Minister’s...

St. John’s will expand two NYS Courts Access to Justice programs it ran part-time last year under the leadership of Program Coordinator and supervising attorney Helen Wrobel ’94.

The universal experience of grief—and the insights provided by the expanding fields of neuroscience and spirituality—drew almost 250 participants and guests to a bereavement...

St. John’s University’s PARTICIPATE ’13 program concluded on November 7, following two months of lively debate and political discussion.

“This may have been what is...

In its first-ever NCAA Tournament victory, St. John’s women’s soccer advanced to the contest’s second round by upsetting the No. 9/16 University of Central Florida Knights for a 3-1 win in Orlando on Saturday, November 16.

For as long as she can recall, Wantanee Phuapradit ’85GP, ’89Ph.D. wanted a career that would allow her to make a significant difference for society. That’s the reason she...

Students in St. John’s Law advocacy programs learn both the theory and practice of effective litigation. Second-year students in the Moot Court Honor Society take a dedicated class on...

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