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This GPA seminar will provide teachers with an unparalleled immersion experience, designed to promote their ability to deliver culturally informed and culturally relevant instruction and instructional support to students of Indian origin or ancestry.
Congratulations to Lauryn Weiberg ’17Ed, 2015 winner of the Maureen A. Hartigan Scholarship.
In its ongoing commitment to promote ecologically sound practices, St. John’s University hosted several events and initiatives at the Queens campus this spring that focused on sustainability.
Chris Mullin showed that he could have excelled on the diamond as well, throwing a first-pitch strike at Yankee Stadium on Wednesday afternoon prior to the Yankees' game.
St. John's saw a five-run lead erased by a five-run seventh, but rallied back and held on to defeat Creighton, 8-7, and win a conference-record eighth BIG EAST Tournament crown.
As inaugural Pro Bono Scholars, three St. John's Law 3Ls spent the spring semester working full-time to help fill the wide “justice gap” that leaves many New Yorkers without the legal help they need when facing foreclosure, cuts in public assistance, eviction, and other serious legal challenges.
In this Boston Globe Op-Ed, Professor Jeff Sovern argues for a ban on the arbitration clauses typically buried in the fine print of a credit card contract or other consumer contract.
Homes for the Homeless is an organization providing shelter and social services to families in the New York City area through the American Family Inn model.
A Manhattan federal judge's use of a rare writ to void a former Merrill Lynch assistant's guilty plea for lying in the "squawk box" securities fraud case may have been a valid exercise in sympathy, but according to Professor Larry Cunningham, prosecutors would have opened the floodgates to more culpable defendants had they let the judge's decision stand.

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