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The late Joe Lapchick holds a special place in St. John’s Men’s Basketball history. And through the generous efforts of alumnus Kevin Reed ’75C, this former head coach’s...

A few stray garbage wrappers tumble down Lexington Avenue, the brisk night wind whipping them towards the corner of 54th Street. It’s a chilly evening in Manhattan, and Eddie stands huddled...

When St. John’s alumni enjoy the many University sponsored opportunities to get together for a day of golf, they’re doing more than simply engaging in friendly competition while...

Nothing compares to working on Capitol Hill or the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. And thanks to Alumni Insider’s View (AIV)…Programs throughout the fall semester, students had an opportunity to travel to these iconic locations and gain firsthand insight from alumni professionals.
On August 1, 2013 Rev. Joseph L. Levesque, C.M., S.T.D. began his first day as Interim President of St. John’s University, succeeding Rev. Donald J. Harrington, C.M. who retired on July 31. Fittingly, Fr. Levesque’s first official act was to celebrate Mass for the University community in St. Thomas More Church.

When she first stepped foot onto the Queens campus as a freshman in 2004, Elizabeth Austin ’...

The 1,153 guests who attended helped to raise $2.9 million to support scholarships for St. John’s students.

Brian Jarmain ‘98 arrived at St. John’s Law intent on a career in the investment industry. His interest in the field was sparked by his prior work as a corporate paralegal at Davis...

The Peter J. Tobin College of Business is thrilled to offer growing options to our graduating students. In a highly competitive labor market better qualifications can make a difference. Hence, we...

For the members of The Loughlin Society, supporting St. John’s University is a reflection of their commitment to the values that have helped to shape their lives. Whether they graduated decades earlier or were students just a few years ago, their generosity makes it apparent that St. John’s will always be important to them.

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