St John's University-New York Campus
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Check out taffner field house!
Here, Ryan shows us Taffner Field House, an open gym on campus for students to play basketball. Simply by showing your ID card, you can get a basketball and hoop away! Intramural tournaments are often played here, but, when they're not, it's king of the court!
Ryan stops by the great lawn after class!
Located right outside St. John's Hall, Ryan shows us one of the biggest hangout spots at St. John's, the Great Lawn! When the weather gets nice, the Great Lawn is flooded with people playing sports, tanning, and just having a good time.
My accepted students day experience
I decided to share my experience at accepted students day, in this video we will be diving into the REAL TEA about St. John's University's Accepted Students Day!
1st floor of the library!
The library is a place where students can quietly research and do work without having to own books, themselves! Ryan, out of respect to the people working around him, couldn't talk much, but he gives us an idea of how St. John's library works.
Ryan talks weather!
On his way to get some work done, Ryan talks about how New York City has four seasons. It can be freezing, sweltering, and everything in between. The biggest weather aspect that may be unique to St. John's, however is (as you can hear in the video) the wind. The way the buildings are constructed in relation to each other creates a lot of wind tunnels that can make capturing audio difficult!
Another pretty view of nyc!
Another great view of the city can be found behind the D'Angelo Center. It's here where students are reminded that the city of Manhattan is a short train ride away from campus!
Here's kendall from louisiana!
Kendall is a freshman who lives in Ryan's building of DaSilva Hall. He came to St. John's in New York to explore, grow, and, as you can see, expand upon his love life. He and Ryan sit down for a meal in Marillac Cafeteria!
Passing through the upperclassmen quad!
On his way to class, Ryan shows us the upperclassmen quad which consists of O'Connor Hall, Carey Hall, and Century Hall. Just like the Freshmen quad, people are always playing sports and hanging out on the quad when the weather gets nice.
Great view of nyc! 9/11 memorial
Ryan shows us a great hidden view at St. John's. By the 9/11 memorial fountain, one can sit on a bench and overlook the Manhattan skyline as the sun sets!
Ryan tells us about st.john's student population on his way to class!
St. John's University has approximately 16,000 undergraduate students total, but just under 3,000 actually live on campus. So, though at times SJU can feel like a very highly populated school, the on-campus living community remains tight knit. We also get a guest appearance from one of Ryan's friends, Declan.