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With help and high spirits from family, friends and campus volunteers, about 3,700 new and returning students moved into St. John’s University’s residence halls on August 23 –...

Savoring their first taste of Red Storm hospitality — in their own “backyard” — incoming students from the Philadelphia area joined friends, family and admission...

On June 22, 2012, leading American and European scholars, judges and politicians gathered in Rome, Italy for a conference on “State-Sponsored Religious Displays in the U.S. and Europe,” the latest in a series of events on timely and important topics in law and religion sponsored by the Law School’s Center for Law and Religion (CLR).

Kathleen Vouté MacDonald, Ed.D, M.B.A., has served as Dean of the College of Professional Studies (CPS) since 1994. She wore many professional hats before coming to St. John’s, and these...

Joining a roster that includes some of the world's leading authors, scientists and intellectuals, Laura J. Snyder, Ph.D., Professor of Philosophy at St. John’s University, was a...

St. John’s University was well-represented at the 2012 Olympic Games in London this summer, with two undergraduate fencers and a former track-and-field star taking part in the historic...

A two-week service trip to South Africa became a life-changing experience for 14 students accompanied by Charisse Willis ’89SVC, ’91MS, ’95P.D., Associate Dean for Undergraduate...

Victoria Shoaf, CPA, Ph.D., Dean of The Peter J. Tobin College of Business (TCB), was born and raised in California. After joining TCB as a member of the faculty in 1997, she went on to serve as...

The New York City Council honored St. John’s University’s Mock Trial Team on June 14 with a proclamation recognizing the team’s 20th anniversary and its continuing success in...

Inviting them to use their education to assist those in need, Rev. Donald J. Harrington, C.M., President of St. John’s University, congratulated the newest graduates of the Rome, Italy,...

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