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Blending coursework with a journey of faith, 15 sophomores in St. John’s University’s Catholic Scholars Program spent the weeks prior to the Spring 2014 semester in Europe, where they...

St. John’s Law is committed to providing students with an excellent education anchored in the fundamentals of the law.
For Anthony Giardina ’85C, coming to St. John’s happened almost by chance. As a high school student he wasn't committed to any particular college or university, which is why he was willing to take a friend’s suggestion that he consider St. John’s.
Members of St. John’s University’s Mixed Chorus knew their trip to sing in Italy would be a glorious experience, but nothing could have prepared them for a surprise visit from Vatican City’s most influential resident.
She will be honored as one of the borough’s top young professionals at a gala networking event on Thursday, February 13, 2014 at Terrace on the Park.
Within a few months, on Nov. 27, 1934, the fedora-wearing 28-year-old was a "G-Man," gunning the engine of a souped-up Ford, while he and his FBI partner shot it out with "Public Enemy No. 1," Baby Face Nelson, during a wild chase in Barrington, Ill.
St. John’s Law and Villanova Law are collaborating to present an exciting new seminar for Spring 2014, the Joint Colloquium in Law and Religion.
St. John's University brought some holiday cheer to the Queens campus as it hosted its annual holiday gathering.
Ramya Ramana ’17C read her poem, "New York City," dedicating it to the newly elected mayor.