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The ancient culture and modern geopolitical and economic issues of Kazakhstan will be examined at an Academic Lecture Series discussion entitled, Kazakhstan: Past, Present and Future.
On April 4-5, the St. John's Law and NYU Law Schools will host a two-day symposium commemorating the 50th anniversary of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
Jamaican-born author and motivational speaker Devon Harris shared the story of his unlikely path to becoming a three-time Olympic bobsledder in a lively lecture as part of the University’s Caribbean Writers Series.

St. John’s University will once again be celebrating the lives of those affected by cancer through the student-driven American Cancer Society Relay for Life walkathon on the Queens and...

Immigration reform based on “the unique dignity of the person” is a moral concern for all Catholics—and the only rational approach to social and economic realities in today...

Schultz had his heart set on attending St. John’s, and the Camera Legacy Scholarship made it possible.
“When the fellowship announcement came across my desk, the first person I thought of was Anthony,” Hyslop said. “He embodies St. John's values of excellence and service, and he’ll undoubtedly inspire students to succeed and enjoy science.”
Christine Lazaro, Director of the Law School's Securities Arbitration Clinic, weighs in on possible remedies in more than 30 cases overseen by a former FINRA arbitrator who falsely claimed to be a lawyer.
St. John's University's Habitat for Humanity (H4H) chapter celebrated its eighth annual “Act! Speak! Build!” Week with a variety of events.
St. John’s University will host a conference that explores the relationships of poverty, human trafficking, modern slavery, and slavery’s links to consumerism and the cost of products.

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