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St. Vincent Ornament
A special holiday message.
December 13, 2017
Despina Siolas, Vanessa Naimoli, and Marc A. D'Aprile
Meet three St. John’s graduates who embraced the University’s Vincentian mission of service by working to improve the health of others.
Voices of Victory Gospel Choir infront of Christmas Tree
St. John’s 27th Annual Winter Carnival, a week-long celebration of the season, concluded on December 6 as students, faculty, staff, alumni, and parents gathered on the Queens campus for the University’s Christmas tree lighting and Grucci fireworks display.
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The Peter J. Tobin College of Business at St. John’s University has been ranked by Poets&Quants in their second annual ranking of the “Best Undergraduate Business Programs of 2017.”
St. John’s Unveils Statue Honoring Basketball Legend Joe Lapchick
Dedicating a permanent memorial to a towering figure in Red Storm and American basketball history, St. John’s University unveiled an 11-foot-six-inch bronze statue of the late and legendary men’s basketball Coach Joe Lapchick.
Gabriel “Gabe” Lopez Jr. with Matthew Pucciarelli

The growing success of the St. John’s University Student and Faculty Engagement (SAFE) program was celebrated by more than 80 members of the University community at a special dinner held at the...

Wayndisha Parker
Wayndisha Parker ’18CPS, a US Army veteran pursuing a degree in Homeland Security at St. John’s University, is a winner of the 2017 Women’s Forum Education Award.
Pitch Johnny 2017 Winners with Johnny Thunderbird and the Dean
Tapping the entrepreneurial spirit at St. John’s, the College of Professional Studies (CPS) launched its first Pitch Johnny Competition, allowing students to pitch their business ideas to industry professionals and compete for a grand prize.
St. John's Veteran's Day Story
Before joining the Marine Corps, David Bierwirth felt his life lacked direction. Today, the Homeland Security major at St. John’s University views his service as a life-changing experience that shaped the person he has become.

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