Being part of the University community allowed him to develop a lifelong sense of personal and professional self-confidence, coupled with a recognition of the importance of making a difference for others, that has remained with him throughout his life.
There’s no question that the 1980s was an exciting decade for St. John’s University, and Janet Catenacci had a front-row seat – literally.
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“I came to St. John’s because I received a very generous scholarship to be on the Speech and Debate Team,” Ahlstrom recalled. “And for that, I am forever grateful..."
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After visiting St. John's on a campus tour, Ada Lee fell in love with St. John's. Even so, her acceptance into the University’s Honors Program is what sealed the deal...