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Winter Carnival
A jubilant crowd of students, faculty, alumni, parents, administrators, and staff kicked off the Christmas holiday season on St. John’s Queens, NY, campus with the 28th Annual Winter Carnival, a weeklong celebration that was capped December 11 by spectacular fireworks and the University’s Christmas tree lighting ceremony.
Red Storm Remains Unbeaten with 89-74 Win over Princeton at MSG
St. John's is now 9-0 for the first time since 1990-91 and just the third time since 1986-87.
ROTC Cadet Focuses on a Future of Military Service
Nicholas J. VanSlyke, a cadet in St. John’s Red Storm Battalion of the US Army was recently ranked seventh in the nation on the 2018 Order of Merit list, out of a talent pool of 5,500 cadets who are commissioning in 2019
St. John’s Board of Trustee Member Honored for a Lifetime of Service
Reserved for individuals who have demonstrated an ongoing commitment to criminal justice innovation, Lewis Rice, Jr. ’74SVC was honored by the Citizens Crime Commission of New York City with the Distinguished Service Award at their eighth annual awards reception held in midtown Manhattan in late November.
Students working on computer
As part of the University’s ongoing commitment to creating cutting-edge teaching and learning environments, St. John’s students are using 3D MakerBot printers in a new centralized lab known as the Technology Commons on the Queens, NY, campus.
Raj Chetty, Ph.D
Raj Chetty, Ph.D., joined St. John’s in 2013 as an Assistant Professor of English. His research focuses on Caribbean literature and culture, postcolonial literary studies, Black/African diaspora studies, and performance studies. He also teaches world literatures in English and postcolonial literature and theory.
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  • Previous news items
Winter Carnival
A jubilant crowd of students, faculty, alumni, parents, administrators, and staff kicked off the Christmas holiday season on St. John’s Queens, NY, campus with the 28th Annual Winter Carnival, a weeklong celebration that was capped December 11 by spectacular fireworks and the University’s Christmas tree lighting ceremony.
Red Storm Remains Unbeaten with 89-74 Win over Princeton at MSG
St. John's is now 9-0 for the first time since 1990-91 and just the third time since 1986-87.
ROTC Cadet Focuses on a Future of Military Service
Nicholas J. VanSlyke, a cadet in St. John’s Red Storm Battalion of the US Army was recently ranked seventh in the nation on the 2018 Order of Merit list, out of a talent pool of 5,500 cadets who are commissioning in 2019
St. John’s Board of Trustee Member Honored for a Lifetime of Service
Reserved for individuals who have demonstrated an ongoing commitment to criminal justice innovation, Lewis Rice, Jr. ’74SVC was honored by the Citizens Crime Commission of New York City with the Distinguished Service Award at their eighth annual awards reception held in midtown Manhattan in late November.
Students working on computer
As part of the University’s ongoing commitment to creating cutting-edge teaching and learning environments, St. John’s students are using 3D MakerBot printers in a new centralized lab known as the Technology Commons on the Queens, NY, campus.
Raj Chetty, Ph.D
Raj Chetty, Ph.D., joined St. John’s in 2013 as an Assistant Professor of English. His research focuses on Caribbean literature and culture, postcolonial literary studies, Black/African diaspora studies, and performance studies. He also teaches world literatures in English and postcolonial literature and theory.
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Fast Facts

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Over $200 Million

in Institutional Aid
Students Performing Community Service at Night

139,000+

Student Service Hours
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More than 184,000

Alumni Around the World

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Malisa Heard ’18C
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Malisa Heard ’18C
St. John's College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

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Events

16
Dec

Men’s Basketball vs. Wagner

4:30 pm
Carnesecca Arena, Queens Campus
16
Jan

24th Annual "Insurance Leader Of The Year" Award Dinner

6:00 pm9:30 pm
New York Marriot Marquis
16
Feb

Annual Alumni Blessing of Couples

4:30 pm7:30 pm
St. Thomas More Church and D'Angelo Center Multipurpose Room
28
Feb

Men’s Basketball vs. Xavier

6:30 pm
Carnesecca Arena, Queens Campus