St. John's University

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St. Augustine's Hall on the campus in 2008.

St. John's University is a private, coeducational, Roman Catholic university in Queens, New York. The university has about 20,069 students. It was founded in 1870. The current president of the university is Rev. Donald J. Harrington. There is also a campus in Paris, France and Rome, Italy.

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The athletics teams of the university are called the Red Storm. They have 17 varsity teams and they compete in the Big East Conference.

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