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When Hon. Sheila Abdus-Salaam, Associate Judge of the New York State Court of Appeals, came to campus last week, she met with students to discuss their clinic work and research in the area of economic and social justice.
Inspired by Goldman Sachs’ presence in Bangalore, India, members of the Kappa Zeta Chapter of Beta Alpha Psi, the accounting honor society at St. John’s University, donated a shipment of stuffed animals to Bangalore’s Abilashrayam Orphanage, demonstrating the Vincentian spirit of compassion and zeal for service.
St. John’s University has once again been named among the most environmentally responsible colleges in the United States and Canada, according to The Princeton Review’s newest ranking.
The SJU community celebrated Relay For Life’s 10th year at St. John’s by raising $114,223 to support the American Cancer Society’s (ACS) efforts to combat the disease.
Internships are becoming more and more crucial as the need for graduates with extensive experience intensifies. The Department of Accounting and Taxation’s Scholars Program at The Peter J. Tobin College of Business prides itself in providing students with the opportunity to participate in a full-time winter internship, allowing students to experience the accounting profession first-hand during the busy season.
The Department of Labor has unveiled its much-anticipated rule proposal extending a fiduciary standard to brokers and advisors providing investment advice to clients on retirement accounts. Professor Christine Lazaro, director of the Law School's Securities Arbitration Clinic, weighs in on the proposed new standard.
The St. John’s University Debate Society reached the top 16 of the competition held last weekend to determine the national champion in British Parliamentary style debating. St. John's joined Harvard, Yale, Brown, Morehouse College, Brandeis, and Stanford in reaching this level of competition.
The trip began on the East Coast,, the Office of Alumni Relations, Office of Gift Planning and The President’s Office got out of the cold and headed down to the Sunshine State for a series of gatherings with alumni/donors throughout the East and West Coasts of Florida.
Throughout its history, the Journal of Civil Rights and Economic Development has offered a forum for illuminating and discussing critical issues of racial, economic, and social justice. This year, the student-run publication of the Ronald H. Brown Center for Civil Rights and Economic Development proudly celebrates its 30th anniversary.
St. John’s University will once again be celebrating the lives of those affected by cancer through the student-driven American Cancer Society Relay for Life walkathon on Friday, April 17, where the ultimate goal is to eradicate cancer.

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