Ebola Spreads, Several New Patients Brought to US.

Amanda Umpierrez , Staff Writer

September 17, 2014
Filed under Home Scroll, News

Another patient has been transferred to Emory University Hospital in Atlanta for treatment of Ebola, as confirmed by CNN News. It has been less than a month since the first two American patients to contract the disease, Dr.... Read more »

Ferguson. No Justice, No Peace

Philtrina Farquharson, Contributing Writer

September 17, 2014
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All agree the problem began with  Michael Brown being  told to stop walking in the street.. From that point on, everyone has a different story. Some are saying the teen was surrendering with his hands in the air, while others... Read more »

Obama Vows To “destroy and degrade,” ISIS Beheads Another

Valerie Juarez, Staff Writer

September 17, 2014
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On Sept. 10, 2014, one day before the 13th anniversary of 9/11, President Obama announced an upsurge on the fight against Islamic State terrorists.  He spoke of plans to augment airstrikes in Iraq, send more U.S. military... Read more »

Admins to Torch: Time to relocate

Kieran Lynch, Editor-in-Chief, Emeritus

May 1, 2014
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As the Torch prepared for the last issue of the school year, its new editorial board found out that the newspaper — and its 13 editors and two business managers — will be moved this summer to a new office that currently hosts... Read more »

Spring Fling Carnival helps students relax before finals

Talia Tirella, News Editor

May 1, 2014
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This year's Spring Week included a student favorite: the Spring Fling Carnival, which was held on Friday.  Students gathered on the Great Lawn to enjoy the free rides, activities and food. The Carnival included traditional... Read more »

“It’s Been A Great Year” President Fr. Levesque

Talia Tirella, News Editor

May 1, 2014
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Rev. Joseph Levesque, C.M., took over as university president last August after Rev. Harrington’s resignation.  Fr. Levesque has served as the University’s interim president for this past school year, but will leave office... Read more »

From Venezuela To St. John’s, Students Promote Justice

Amanda Umpierrez, Staff Writer

May 1, 2014
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50 St. John’s students participated in “SOS Venezuela,” an exhibit that uses mobile photographs taken by non-professional photographers to display government brutality throughout the protests in Venezuela. The idea in... Read more »

What To Do? Easter Recess In The City

Sharon Tong, Staff Writer

April 17, 2014
Filed under Arts & Culture, Entertainment, Home Scroll, Off campus

Staying on and or around campus during Easter break? Get out of the area and explore other boroughs. Have you met Brooklyn yet? Or even the other parts of Queens? Take this time to get your tuition’s worth and explore the metropolitan... Read more »

Spring Week: What You Need To Know

Olivia Cunningham, Managing Editor

April 16, 2014
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Spring Week, one of the marquee events presented by the University, will be taking place April 22-26. Although there will be no spring concert this year, Campus Activities will be presenting a variety of other events, including... Read more »