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Mary Calvi
Journalism students gathered Tuesday, February 5, in St. John’s University’s College of Professional Studies (CPS) on the Queens, NY, campus for the introduction of “The Journalist Series,” with WCBS News Anchor Mary Calvi as the inaugural guest speaker.
February 14, 2019
Group of students and faculty posing for photo
On Tuesday, January 29th, the Staten Island’s campus gym was packed with 220 attendees for the third annual Difference Maker high school certificate of completion ceremony and dinner.
Plunge Experience a Leap of Faith
Rather than spend their winter break relaxing after a busy semester, a group of St. John’s students traveled to places like Houston, TX; St. Louis, MI; and Philadelphia, PA, for a week of outreach, advocacy, accompaniment, construction, and community building as part of the University’s Plunge Program.
St. John’s Tops Butler, 77-73, in Overtime
Red Storm moves back to .500 in BIG EAST play with a win over the Bulldogs.
Caribbean Writers Series Welcomes Haitian-American Author and Activist
Through spoken words and song, noted Haitian-American professor, anthropologist, poet, feminist, performance artist, and activist Gina Athena Ulysse, Ph.D., delivered a poignant keynote address at the 14th Annual Caribbean Writer’s Series.
February 12, 2019
Ashley Bhuanlall
After earning her bachelor’s degree in public relations from St. John’s University, Ashley J. Bhuanlall spent a year working with various nonprofit organizations that focus on helping children.
St. John's Law students pose for a picture
20 St. John’s Law students traveled to Europe during the January intersession for the Dean’s Travel Study Program—Comparative Legal Systems: International Dispute Resolution.
Raymond P. Donovan ’93CPS
Years before he oversaw the dramatic capture of drug lord Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán while working as an agent for the US Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), Raymond P. Donovan ’93CPS was a freshman at St. John’s University, pondering a career as a pharmacist.
St. John’s Knocks Off No. 10/9 Marquette in Milwaukee
Junior Guard Shamorie Ponds Scored a Game-High 28 Points in Red Storm’s Second-Straight BIG EAST Road Win
William Murphy
Assistant Professor William Murphy, J.D., from the Division of Criminal Justice, Legal Studies, and Homeland Security, was recognized as a finalist for the Jackson Lewis Employment Law Award by the Academy of Legal Studies in Business at the organization’s annual conference in Portland, Oregon this past August.