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For many alumni, their connection to the University doesn’t end at graduation. They enjoyed their experiences as students, and are grateful for the role that St. John’s continues to play in their lives. One of the ways in which an ever-increasing number have chosen to show their pride in the University is by sharing it with potential students as members of the St. John’s Alumni Recruitment Team (START).

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

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.
President Barack Obama has nominated George J. Tsunis ’92 as the United States Ambassador to Norway. The appointment is pending confirmation hearings in the U.S. Senate.

A team from the St. John’s Law Moot Court Honor Society took second place at the Emory Civil Rights and Liberties Moot Court Competition. The team included David Hommel ’14, Andrew...

More than 150 alumni, art enthusiasts, and members of the St. John’s community attended an opening reception for an exhibit celebrating the 50-year anniversary of the University’s Department of Art and Design at the M. T. Geoffrey Yeh Art Gallery.

Currently Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer at CVS/Caremark, Gold has all of the experience and technical skills that make him the perfect fit for such an important position....

The road to the Olympics is never easy, but for Wilkinson Egwu ’82CBA, ’85MBA it began with particular difficulties. Egwu grew up in Nigeria, where he frequently had to train without...

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