Saint John's College


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Saint John's College,

at Annapolis, Md., and Santa Fe, N.Mex.; coeducational; founded 1696 as King William's School, chartered 1784, opened 1786 as St. John's College. The Santa Fe campus was opened in 1964. Its curriculum is built around the "great books" program advocated by the educator R. M. HutchinsHutchins, Robert Maynard,
1899–1977, American educator, b. Brooklyn, N.Y., studied at Oberlin College, grad. Yale, 1921, taught in the Yale law school (1925–27), and served as dean (1927–29). He became president of the Univ.
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Next week's event, which has been backed by Saint John's College, Durham University, and many of its students, is part of an effort to raise PS10,000 for new toilets and to train teachers.
Canon Wilcox studied history at Saint John's College, Durham, and is married to the writer Catherine Fox, with whom he has two adult sons.
from the University of San Diego, a Masters in Religious Studies from Providence College, and also attended Saint John's College in Collegeville, Minn.
Regius professor of theology at University of Cambridge 1580-95, elected master of Saint John's College in 1586.