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"I am Joseph—your brother."

With those words,  Rev. Joseph L. Levesque, C.M., the new Interim President of St. John's University, introduced himself to more than...

Two St. John’s University students gained more than memories after joining young Catholics from around the world at this summer’s World Youth Day—and the preceding Vincentian Youth Gathering—in Rio de Janeiro.

No one embodies St. John’s Baseball more than John W. “Jack” Kaiser ’49C. It’s no surprise, then, that alumni and friends gathered at the beautiful Garden City...

July 31, 2013

On Tuesday, July 30, 2013 St. John's University hosted the 15th Annual Summer Concert featuring the Queens Symphony Orchestra, in its 60th season, performing “Viva Verdi &...

Summer is the perfect time to watch exciting thoroughbred racing – and at St. John’s University’s annual Brunch at Belmont event, over 270 alumni and friends did just that.
The discoveries of science are forever changing, and nowhere was that more apparent than at the Seventh Annual Dr. Charles I. Jarowski Industrial Pharmacy Symposium. The symposium attracted a group of leading scientists from the industrial and academic worlds to the Queens campus of St. John’s University, where they discussed the latest research and potential applications of this year’s topic “Emerging Technologies in the Development of Nanoparticulate Systems.”
Two St. John’s University juniors were awarded Public Policy and International Affairs Program (PPIA) Fellowships to prepare for graduate study in the field by attending the 2013 Junior Summer Institute (JSI) at Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs.
For the past five years, children at an orphanage in rural Guatemala have benefited from the expertise and compassion of a St. John’s University professor who specializes in speech disorders. Nancy Colodny, Ed.D., C.C.C.-S.L.P.
Although he is doing less surgery now than in the past and devoting more of his time to teaching and administrative duties, he still continues to practice and continues to follow the courses of the patients whom he has treated over the past three decades.
Erin Jones '88SVC spends her days helping others to create their lasting legacy.