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As a business major at St. John’s, Thomas...

As a special education “co-teacher” at P.S. 71 in Ridgewood, Queens, Nicole Lalena ’12Ed, ’14GEd is convinced she is learning as much as her students. “Working with...

As the proprietor of a restaurant in Hoboken, NJ, David Herling ’14CPS, ’15MS discovered that ownership entailed a wide variety of roles, including chef, manager, and even dish washer...

Laura Giunta ’09G brings the community spirit she experienced at St. John’s University into her role as a children’s librarian at the ...

Amid ongoing public conversations about the value of doctoral degrees in the humanities to fields outside academia, Christopher Hellstrom ’15D.A. is living proof that, with an open mind and...

Community artist Iandry Randriamandroso ’04C came to St. John’s University in search of academic opportunities he could not find in his native Madagascar. Today, he credits SJU with...

A lifelong New York Yankees fan, Joe Leva ’08CPS, draws on the knowledge he gained as a student at St. John’s...

A lifelong New York Yankees fan, Joe Leva ’08CPS, draws on the knowledge he gained as a student at St. John’s...

While many older and second-career students go back to college to enhance their professional opportunities, Robert A. Coli ‘05CPS had achieved considerable business success when he made the...

While many older and second-career students go back to college to enhance their professional opportunities, Robert A. Coli ‘05CPS had achieved considerable business success when he made the...

When Lucas Montero ’15GP was awarded a Fulbright grant to study biotechnology at a university in the United States, he sought a school...

When Lucas Montero ’15GP was awarded a Fulbright grant to study biotechnology at a university in the United States, he sought a school...

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