Fate sometimes acts in mysterious ways, especially for Andrew ('62CB) and Ellen Murphy '62G, '72GEd.
When Bernardette Vaskas '57UC graduated magna cum laude from St. John's University in 1957, the Cold War and the arms race between the world's super powers were well underway.
Anyone familiar with the history of St. John's University knows that it was established in 1870 in a small farmhouse in Brooklyn. As the University grew in size and stature, that early location...
The McCarrick family has always been connected to St. John's University in a very special way.
Marking a transformative moment in its 143-year history, St. John’s University has unveiled a fresh branding platform and graphic identity based on the knowledge gained and stories revealed during a yearlong study of its traditions, achievements and direction.
Scholars, policymakers, and students from the Unites States and Europe explored the role that religious freedom plays in international law and politics during a two-day conference that St. John’s School of Law cosponsored in Rome, Italy.
No one is too young to make the world better, a goal worth pursuing even amid the most formidable odds, Hugh Evans, CEO of the Global Poverty Project, told students on May 18 at St. John's...
Making their mark in class and on the playing fields and courts, St. John's University's student-athletes strive for academic and athletic excellence. We invite you to meet five who share their experiences, in their own words.
The Fr. Dorr Golf Classic is all about supporting scholarships for St. John’s most deserving students. It’s a great example of the University’s Vincentian mission in action, and a commitment that’s been close to the heart of Rev. James F. Dorr, C.M. ’79GEd. for the past 26 years.
In today’s fast-paced world, it’s more important than ever to keep health and relaxation in focus – and nearly 200 alumnae and friends did just that at the recent Women and Wellness event on the Queens campus.