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More than 40 St. John’s University third-year Pharmacy students participated in a special evening featuring networking and dining tips designed to give them an advantage over their peers when they enter the professional realm.
The impact of development on poorer populations in rural India was the subject of the first in a series of environmentally focused lectures sponsored by the Vincentian Chair of Social...
End-of-semester anxiety temporarily melted away on December 4 at St. John’s University—replaced by Christmas cheer and holiday celebrations—as the University welcomed its 32nd annual Winter Carnival and Christmas tree lighting.