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Making their mark in class and on the playing fields and courts, St. John's University's student-athletes strive for academic and athletic excellence. We invite you to meet five who share their experiences, in their own words.
The Fr. Dorr Golf Classic is all about supporting scholarships for St. John’s most deserving students. It’s a great example of the University’s Vincentian mission in action, and a commitment that’s been close to the heart of Rev. James F. Dorr, C.M. ’79GEd. for the past 26 years.
In today’s fast-paced world, it’s more important than ever to keep health and relaxation in focus – and nearly 200 alumnae and friends did just that at the recent Women and Wellness event on the Queens campus.

Marking its 17th year in the Eternal City, St. John’s University celebrated Commencement Exercises at its international campus in Rome, Italy, on June 9.

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In spring 2013, artists, educators, elected officials and journalists visited St. John’s to share their work and ideas with the University community.
St. John’s University alumni have achieved remarkable success in every aspect of business and the professions. Many have also embraced the spirit of St. Vincent de Paul by making St. John’s mission of service to others an important part of their lives.
Whatever path they choose in their legal careers, attorneys always will benefit from standing behind “a firm set of values,” Elisa D. Garcia C. ’85L, executive vice president and chief legal officer for Office Depot, Inc., advised graduates on June 1 at St. John’s School of Law’s 2014 Commencement Exercises.
Fifty years is a long time. But for the members of the Class of 1963, those years seemed to pass in the blink of an eye, especially when they were reminiscing and sharing memories with their fellow alumni at The Jubilarian Society Dinner.
When St. John’s University’s Academic Lecture Series concluded its Spring 2013 season this month, the program had enlivened intellectual life on campus with an eclectic roster of speakers ranging from Pulitzer Prize winning writers to a popular rap musician and author.
Hurricane Sandy left a trail of devastation across the Northeast, and few areas were hit as hard as Staten Island. But even as their borough endured fierce damage, Staten Island residents rolled up their sleeves and took action – and local high schools played a major part in the reconstruction efforts.