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A self-described “people person,” Allison Raich Potar is a Clinical Pharmacy Coordinator for Glen Cove Hospital, NY, part of the Northwell Health network. Being involved in patient...

Looking back on his St. John’s experience, Sai Aung Phyo feels an overwhelming sense of gratitude. “I owe my life’s trajectory to St. John's, and all those I met during my...

For Alando Hall, the Vincentian mission of St. John’s University sparked a strong desire to help others. Today, the former...

Sagan is a double major in Chemistry...

Flor D’Luna (Arellano) Blum ‘09C, ‘10G, ‘15G, the first-ever graduate of the ...

While a senior majoring in History at St....

Emmanuella Bonga Bikele ‘13C

Emmanuella Bonga Bikele ‘13C still remembers her first day at St. John’s University, when she unpacked her bags in her dorm room, and then packed them up again. “I accepted my...

The daughter of a seamstress and a janitor, Augusta Sanfilippo ’85SVC, ’94MBA worked three jobs to put herself through SJU—where she had a life-changing experience when she...

As a young person himself, Paul Morisi ‘14G felt called to service in the Catholic Church. “I just knew I was in a relationship with Jesus Christ and wanted to learn as much as I could...

Though he was in the midst of a rewarding, 21-year career in higher education at a midwestern university, Mark Browne, Ph.D., didn’t think twice about accepting an invitation to become part of St. John’s faculty.
“Global citizenship is more than just words,” said Kennedy. “We must work together to make the world a better place—that’s our global responsibility.”

As he begins his final spring semester at St. John’s, Mike Gutierrez ’17CPS still looks with wonder at the cross-country summer adventure that took him through 13 states in 62 days...

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