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Expanding its partnership with Catholic Relief Services (CRS), Campus Ministry has launched a unique program that prepares St. John’s undergraduates to more vigorously address global poverty and injustice while heightening an awareness of those issues among their peers.
On January 31, 2014, the Law School Alumni Association held its annual luncheon at the New York Hilton.
After receiving votes in each of the last three weeks, the St. John’s women’s basketball team is now ranked in the Associated Press Poll for the first time this season.
Anne Dranginis, Ph.D., Professor of Biology at St. John’s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, has been elected a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).
Accounting major Garvey Jean was among the Peter. J. Tobin College of Business student volunteers celebrating the opening of the Virtual Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Center at St. John’s University
Over 100 St. John’s student leaders gathered at the Queens campus on January 25 for a unique learning experience focusing on new and innovative ways to connect with fellow students and the University.
Pope Francis encourages the faithful to reach him through social media, so the St. John’s University community is preparing to send an invitation of its own—asking the Holy Father to respond to their collective tweet.
The St. John’s University Baseball team is a lifelong fraternity, and alumni and friends showed their overwhelming support during the Eighth Annual Baseball Bullpen Winter Banquet. Headlined by New York Mets ace Matt Harvey, the event raised over $65,000 in support of Red Storm Baseball.
St. John’s didn’t just provide Kevin Verbesey ’93G with practical training – it transformed him into a well-rounded Library professional.
"It is very difficult to convict a drug dealer for homicide as a result of selling drugs to someone who later dies," said Larry Cunningham.

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