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St. John’s students shared their creativity with visitors and the University community this semester as part of the International Graphic Design Student Exhibition, which ran through May 5 at the Dr. M. T. Geoffrey Yeh Art Gallery on the Queens, NY, campus.
The Public Interest Center at St. John's Law oversees a range of programs and activities that promote lawyers’ professional obligation to serve those most in need.
Hon. Randall T. Eng, presiding justice of the New York State Supreme Court, Appellate Division, Second Department, will be the Law School’s commencement speaker on Sunday, June 5, 2016.
Award-winning author Tiphanie Yanique shared her stories and poetry, inspired by her homeland in the US Virgin Islands, with the St. John’s University community at this year’s Caribbean Writers Series.
At 17 years old, two Maryland high school students took action against the cycle of poverty that traps many young people in their families’ hometown of Bali Nyonga, Cameroon.
Members of The McCallen Society, friends, and current St. John’s students met at the Queens Theatre in the Park on April 3 to celebrate the legacy of acclaimed British sleuth Sherlock Holmes.
Academic success, student life, and University Mission were among the themes shared with nearly 400 high school juniors on April 24 at a daylong open house held especially for them at St. John’s University’s Queens campus.
A small group of St. John’s Alumni Association members recently visited US Circuit Court Judge Diarmuid O’Scannlain, J.D. ’57C, at the Pioneer Courthouse in Portland, OR. O’Scannlain was appointed by former President Ronald Reagan in 1986 and has served for more than 30 years on the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.
Sixty invited guests—including student-worker honorees, their supervisors and managers, and University leaders—attended the University’s second annual Students Honored in Employment (SHinE) awards luncheon and ceremony hosted by the Office of Human Resources on April 13, 2016.

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