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Are St. John’s Students Happy?

Are St. John’s Students Happy?

Beverly Danquah, Features Editor

October 24, 2018


Filed under Features

What does it mean to be happy? The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines happiness as well-being and contentment. Some Johnnies define happiness as the Henley-bound shuttle bus arriving on time or Angela coming back from her lunch break to make omelettes, while others view it as watching the tree lightin...

Are SJU Students Really the Least Studious in the Nation?

Are SJU Students Really the Least Studious in the Nation?

Suzanne Ciechalski, Editor-in-Chief

September 20, 2017


Filed under Home Scroll, News

According to a recent survey by The Princeton Review, St. John’s students spend the least amount of hours studying outside the classroom. But according to the University, and an analysis by The Torch, the survey results are representative of a very small portion of students. The survey was conducted as part of The Prin...

Princeton Review ranks SJU students No. 17 ‘least happy’

Princeton Review ranks SJU students No. 17 ‘least happy’

Shannon Luibrand, Features Editor

August 7, 2013


Filed under News

The Princeton Review has spoken – and it says St. John’s students are unhappy. The results for the annual school-ranking list, compiled by the organization using surveys of thousands of students from hundreds of colleges across the country, came out earlier this week and does not look favorably...

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