Careers, families and a hectic social life: how do female professionals balance it all?
Members of the St. John’s community gathered at the Harvard Club of New York City for a conversation about Professor Marc O. DeGirolami’s new book, The Tragedy of Religious Freedom (Harvard University Press).
Women’s athletics have come a long way since Title IX, and St. John’s University has certainly established its own rich tradition.
In an effort to promote respect among school-aged children, more than 100 St. John’s University students and local elementary school educators teamed up to participate in the anti-bullying workshop...
A new multimedia exhibit on New York City’s ever-changing waterfront drew art lovers, artists, museum archivists and the campus community to an opening reception at St. John’s University’s Dr. M.T. Geoffrey Yeh Art Gallery on Thursday, September 19.
Every member of the St. John's University family is both scholar and servant—seeking truth, acquiring wisdom and committed to helping those in need. That was the core message of this year's annual...
Focusing on the role that education plays in helping to alleviate suffering around the world, St. John's University celebrated its 20th annual Founder's Week with exhibits, lectures, Mass, and service activities centered on the theme "Be Vincentian: Compassion without Limits; Justice across Borders."
Eager to learn about the experiences that have shaped one of the world’s leading authorities on autism, more than 1,250 students, faculty and administrators filled Carnesecca Arena to hear Temple Grandin, Ph.D., speak as part of Founder’s Week 2013 at St. John’s University.
When 140 alumni and friends of St. John’s University came together for a day of golf at the Nassau Country Club, they were looking to do more than simply improve their handicap or shoot for that elusive hole-in-one. They were teeing off to support The Long Island Alumni Golf Outing Scholarship Fund, an initiative established in 1999 to provide financial assistance to some of St. John’s most deserving students.
Constitutional issues stemming from the New York City Police Department’s stop-and-frisk policy, the National Security Agency’s domestic spying program and United States intervention in Syria...