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Students talk Trump order

Students talk Trump order

Suzanne Ciechalski and Angelica Acevedo
February 1, 2017
Filed under Home Scroll, News

An executive order on immigration has shaken the nation with a force that’s being felt here at St. John’s. President Donald Trump on Friday issued an executive action that effectively suspends the issuance of visas and bans citizens from seven predominantly Muslim countries--Iran, Iraq, Libya,... Read more »

SJU Winter Fashion Trends

SJU Winter Fashion Trends

Reza Moreno, Features Editor
February 1, 2017
Filed under Features, Home Scroll

Lunar Year Dinner

Lunar Year Dinner

Nickool Castro, Staff Writer
February 1, 2017
Filed under Home Scroll, News

The Office of Multicultural Affairs celebrated their Annual Lunar New Year Dinner on  Thursday, Jan. 26. According to Ching-Wen Rosa Yen, Director of Multicultural Affairs, approximately 450 people gathered in Marillac Terrace including students, faculty, administrators, staff, alumni, Vincentian ... Read more »

Students attend March for Life

Students attend March for Life

Angelica Acevedo and Ariana Ortiz
February 1, 2017
Filed under Home Scroll, News

Tens of thousands of activists, including dozens of St. John’s students, gathered in Washington D.C. this past Friday, Jan. 27 for the 44th March for Life, an annual protest against the legalization of abortion. According to the University’s website, Campus Ministry and SJU Students for Life ... Read more »

Dior’s ‘WE SHOULD ALL BE FEMINISTS’ shirt

Dior’s ‘WE SHOULD ALL BE FEMINISTS’ shirt

Mayeli Botello, Contributing Writer
February 1, 2017
Filed under Features, Home Scroll

It is a rare instance when fashion and activism coincide. Fashion, like all art, acts as an escapade from the cold reality in which we live in. However, now-a-days it seems that fashion is taking a tip from the women marching in the streets. Thanks to Dior’s new creative designer Maria Grazia Chiuri, yo... Read more »

Top Five Museums to Check Out On a Rainy Day

Top Five Museums to Check Out On a Rainy Day

Kayla Gonzalez, Staff Writer
February 1, 2017
Filed under Features, Home Scroll

The city is quiet, except for the drops of rain hitting the pavement. Don’t let rainy days in New York City get you down. There are plenty of things you can do to beat the rain and have some adventure. Hit the ground running by visiting some of the finest museums in town. Let’s start with... Read more »

SGI recognizes more organizations

SGI recognizes more organizations

Reza Moreno, Features Editor
February 1, 2017
Filed under Home Scroll, News

Every year, many organizations go through a vigorous process called “Power to Organize” in order to get recognized by Student Government Inc. (SGI). On Nov. 30, 2016, 12 student organization were recognized by SGI. Half of these organization are non-budgetary, which means that they’re an... Read more »

President Trump’s first 100 days: Week one

President Trump’s first 100 days: Week one

Anthony Savino, Staff Writer
February 1, 2017
Filed under Home Scroll, News, Trump's First 100 Days

President Trump’s first week in office consists of him signing many executive orders, meeting with world leaders and continuing to tweet his thoughts throughout it all. Due to some of his controversial executive orders, high tensions, marches and protests have also ensued throughout the nation.... Read more »

MLK display and dinner unites students, faculty

MLK display and dinner unites students, faculty

Ariana Ortiz and Kaylee Herndon
February 1, 2017
Filed under Home Scroll, News

On the eve of Black History Month, the University hosted two events commemorating Martin Luther King Jr., on Monday, Jan. 30. These events consisted of an art display in Marillac Terrace, as well as an annual dinner. “This was a huge collaboration from everyone from the Black History Month c... Read more »

Another year, another Spring Activities Fair

Another year, another Spring Activities Fair

Alexis Gaskin, Contributing Writer
February 1, 2017
Filed under Home Scroll, News

Several hundred students made their way to Taffner Field House on Monday, Jan. 30 to participate in the Spring Activities Fair. Numerous clubs and activities were in attendance at the fair, including Greek life, like EXB and Delta Phi Epsilon. Other clubs in attendance were The Chappell ... Read more »

Up and down winter break for men’s basketball

Up and down winter break for men’s basketball

Derrell Bouknight, Assistant Sports Editor
January 25, 2017
Filed under Basketball, Home Scroll, Men's Basketball, Sports, Sports Scroll

St. John's 93, Syracuse 60, Dec. 21 More than a year after St. John’s upset former Big East rival Syracuse in front of a full capacity crowd at Madison Square Garden, Chris Mullin’s team once again found themselves as the underdog four days before Christmas. For 40 minutes, the Red Storm dominat... Read more »

Global turnout for historic Women’s March

Global turnout for historic Women’s March

Wandy Ortiz, Staff Writer
January 25, 2017
Filed under Home Scroll, News, On campus

Washington D.C. -- “The People United Will Never Be Defeated” was the message spread by hundreds of thousands of people last weekend, including some St. John’s students and groups, as Women’s Marches took place across the globe. Dozens of St. John’s University students participated in the N... Read more »

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