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“Being exposed to different ways of life— and different outlooks on life— is very important to anyone’s development,” observed Cammi Roberts ’18Ed while discussing her Study Abroad experience.
From Rome, Italy, to Elmhurst, Queens, more than 150 College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences faculty, students, administrators, and staff celebrated St. Vincent de Paul’s feast day in a way that would make him proud.
With the phrase “ARMY OF” written on her arm, Cassandra Ferrante ’17C raised an index finger to complete the sentence by suggesting the word “ONE.”
During the 2017 winter intersession, a group of master's students of the International Communication program explored Beijing and the Island of Hainan on their study visit to China.
At the beginning of the 2017 Spring semester, a research team of graduate students of the International Communication program and Prof. Minna Aslama Horowitz traveled to Vienna, Austria, to participate in the 2017 Vienna UN Conference - Implementing the 2030 Agenda.
The St. John’s Debate Society recently completed a week-long outreach project in Montana travelling to 5 Tribal Colleges on Native American Reservations to teach and practice the art of debate and advocacy.
Jason Huang ’17TCB was one of 837 students who gathered to meet potential employers in Taffner Field House for this year’s Spring Career Fair held on February 16.
Mirtelle Mendoza ’20CPS has attended Catholic schools her entire life. A graduate of Archbishop Molloy High School in Queens, NY, she came to St. John’s University for one main reason: to grow in her faith while experiencing a quality education.
Putting their command of classroom knowledge and SJU trivia to the test, students from 11 New York City high schools competed for scholarships at the second annual College Advantage Academic Bowl, held on February 11 at the Queens, NY, campus.

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