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Prime Minister of Kosovo visits St. John’s University

Prime Minister of Kosovo visits St. John’s University

Chyna Davis, Staff Writer
September 28, 2016
Filed under Home Scroll, News

On Thursday night faculty and students throughout the St. John’s community had the opportunity to listen to Kosovo’s Prime Minister, Isa Mustafa, who addressed economic and political developments in the country following independence from Serbia in February of 2008.   “I am very honored to b... Read more »

Worldwide outrage:

Sabrina Lau, Contributing Writer
April 13, 2016
Filed under Opinion

Greed. Corruption. Power. These adjectives go hand-in-hand, and this belief has only been strengthened through the leak of 2TB worth of documents known as the Panama Papers. These documents, which are currently being analyzed by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalism (ICIJ), have... Read more »

Brooklyn Bridge Lives Up to Hype

Brooklyn Bridge Lives Up to Hype

Harry Saunders, Staff Writer
October 24, 2012
Filed under Features

Out of all of New York’s most famous landmarks, the Brooklyn Bridge is perhaps the one that is most surprising. A monstrous structure, it serves to represent the height of the gilded age and American industrialization, with its scale reflecting the days when America was still growing into its status... Read more »

Taking in Citi in Autumn

Taking in Citi in Autumn

Harry Saunders, Staff Writer
September 26, 2012
Filed under Features

Being a baseball fan in the United Kingdom is a decidedly lonely existence. The social by-products that are normally provided by support of a particular sporting franchise, such as debate, discussion and argument, are no longer there, with all of my peers preoccupied with the goings-on within their own... Read more »

International student: Worlds away feels like home

International student: Worlds away feels like home

Harry Saunders, Contributing Writer
September 5, 2012
Filed under Features

When considering the intentions of international students who choose to study abroad, there are undoubtedly few institutions that are as perpetually over-subscribed as the colleges that grace New York City. The centrality of New York to popular culture means that an exploitation of its global brand... Read more »

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