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A dramatic, last-second layup by junior guard  Nadirah McKenith catapulted third-seeded St. John’s into the second round of the NCAA women’s tournament with a 69-67 win over...

Students can experience life and learning in France and North Africa this fall through a pilot program that adds several days in historic Morocco to the popular Discover France semester at St....

Recognized as the driving force behind a St. John’s men’s basketball team that fielded five freshmen as starters, forward/guard Moe Harkless was named 2011-12 BIG EAST Rookie of the...

Kim Barnes Arico, St. John’s University’s all-time winningest women’s basketball coach, added another tribute to her résumé when she was named 2012 BIG EAST Coach of the Year on...

Local commuter students from the five boroughs of New York City are being offered the chance for a more affordable college experience with the advent of the Hugh L. Carey Scholarship Program at...

Elsen and Susan Jacob — twin sisters who earned their Pharm.D. degrees in May 2011 — share a lifelong commitment to helping those in need.

Graduates of the College of Pharmacy...

In an upset that put St. John’s women’s basketball back in the national rankings, the Red Storm beat No. 2-ranked Connecticut 57-56 on February 18.

The win helped move the Red...

Every dream is within reach, more than 800 St. John’s students learned when the cast of MTV’s “The Buried Life” came to the Queens campus on February 15.

The stars...

Preparing a new generation of historians for careers beyond academe, St. John’s has launched a graduate program in Public History that combines advanced historical research with technology...

Every day on the Queens campus, you’re likely to find a handful of students huddled around the baby grand piano in the D’Angelo Center lobby. And if you stop and listen to their...

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