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Rev. Donald J. Harrington to be honored at 5th Annual Johnny’s Angel Awards

† †The Fifth Annual Johnny’s Angel Awards Dinner for St. John’s Life and Bread Soup Kitchen will be honoring the University president, the Rev. Donald J. Harrington, C.M. The event will take place at the University Center on April 24 at 6:30 p.m.

The award is given to those who have put in the effort to help fight hunger and help those in need.

Richard F. Chapdelaine, the founder and Chairman of the Board of Chapdelaine and Co., and Bruce Beck, the sports anchor for WNBC-TV will also be honored.

The St. John’s Bread and Life Program provides emergency food and services throughout the city. They were created to help fight poverty and to educate the public about hunger and homelessness.

Lewis Black comes to SJU School of Law

† †Comedian Lewis Black, who has been on “The Daily Show With Jon Stewart and “The Conan O’Brien Show” was at St. John’s on Saturday for the taping of his Comedy Central special.

The taping, which took place in the Law School Solarium at 3 p.m. and 4p.m. was open to all students and admission was free.

The comedy special is tentatively scheduled to air on April 11.

Exhibit to celebrate Asian Heritage Month

†The Chung-Cheng Art Gallery in Sun Yat Sen Hall will be hosting the exhibit “An Affinity to Mountain Huang” in honor of Asian Heritage Month.

Mountain Huang is located in the Anhui province of China and attracts thousands of tourists and artists each year because of its scenery.

Works by artists from New York, Taipei, Shanghai and Hong Kong depicting Mountain Huang will be displayed from March 23 until April 5.

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