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Old Posts Comments on this Site: Purpose of this Site
The moderator of this Web site can be contacted at sejablon@gmail.com. Some commonly asked questions are answered in the Questions about this Site forum.

During early 2009, this site became inundated with forum spam. All spam has been removed, and all spammers' memberships have been revoked. As of June 24, 2009, St. John's Forum is spam-free. In order to deter future spam, the registration method has changed. If you desire to register for St. John's Forum, instead of hitting the register button, send an e-mail with your desired username to sejablon@gmail.com. Make sure to spell the e-mail address correctly. Otherwise, your e-mail will be bounced back to you. You will be registered to the site, generally within a week. This procedure is more onerous, but it will hopefully stop the creation of new spam.


What is the purpose of this site? Does this site help the college to become a better place by bringing information to the forefront or does it harm the college's reputation for no good reason?
2 7 2006 June 08
02:58:12
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Old Posts Comments on this Site: Questions about this Site
This forum is for any questions about the site. If possible, the moderator will answer these questions.
1 1 2007 March 27
00:13:54
by: moderator Jump to Last Post
 
Old Posts Comments on this Site: Site Improvements
Post any suggestions you have to improve this site here.
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Visit Resources: Annapolis seminar reading list Resources: Annapolis seminar reading list
Clicking on this link will take you to the current Annapolis seminar reading list.
 
Visit Resources: Santa Fe seminar reading list Resources: Santa Fe seminar reading list
Clicking on this link will take you to the current January Freshman Santa Fe seminar reading list.
 
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Old Posts Enhanced Security at Croquet
At the last croquet match, there were a number of armed security officers present. What purpose does this additional security serve? Does the presence of armed guards serve to protect members of the college community and visitors, or does it increase the likelihood of a violent conflict?
1 1 2007 January 30
19:22:35
by: Santa Claus Jump to Last Post
 
Visit Johnnies, Mids To Revive Their Croquet Rivalry Johnnies, Mids To Revive Their Croquet Rivalry
Clicking on this link will take you to Vanessa Franko's article "Johnnies,Mids to Revive Their Croquet Rivalry"
 
Visit US Naval Academy vs. St. John's College US Naval Academy vs. St. John's College
Clicking on this link will take you to Tamara Hardison's article "Croquet: US Naval Academy vs. St. John's College."
 
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Old Posts Alumni: Jesse Kraai
Jesse Kraai, a former tutor at St. John's College in Santa Fe, in April 2007 became the first new American chess grandmaster in over ten years.
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Visit Alumni: Jesse Kraai Alumni: Jesse Kraai
Clicking on this link will take you to the Free New Mexican article "Santa Fe's own 'grandmaster'" about Jesse Kraai, a former tutor at St. John's College in Santa Fe who recently became the first new American chess grandmaster in over 10 years.
 
Visit Alumni: Sky News's Interview of Tony Lagouranis Alumni: Sky News's Interview of Tony Lagouranis
Clicking on this link will take you to a Sky News interview of Tony Lagouranis.
 
Old Posts Alumni: Tony Lagouranis
Tony Lagouranis graduated from the Santa Fe campus of St. John's College in 1997. Subsequently, he became an interrogator for the U.S. military. He worked in several places in Iraq, including Abu Ghraib. He eventually came to regret his actions and now publicly speaks out against torture and the treatment of Iraqi prisoners.
1 3 2006 May 05
17:53:39
by: Frederick Douglass Jump to Last Post
 
Visit Alumni: Tony Lagouranis Interview for Fox News Alumni: Tony Lagouranis Interview for Fox News
Clicking on this link will take you to the You Tube Video: Tony Lagouranis Interview about Abu Ghraib.
 
Visit Alumni: Tony Lagouranis Interview with Amy Goodman Alumni: Tony Lagouranis Interview with Amy Goodman
Clicking on this link will take you to a youtube video of a section of Amy Goodman's interview of Tony Lagouranis.
 
Visit Alumni: Tony Lagouranis Where US Torture Came From Alumni: Tony Lagouranis Where US Torture Came From
Clicking on this link takes you to another section of the Amy Goodman interview where Tony Lagouranis discusses where U.S. torture came from.
 
Visit Alumni: Tony Lagouranis Who the US Interrogates Alumni: Tony Lagouranis Who the US Interrogates
Clicking on this link will take you to another section of the Amy Goodman interview in which Tony Lagouranis discusses who the U.S. Military interrogates and the results of the interrogation.
 
Visit Alumni: Tony Lagouranis: Confessions of a Torturer Alumni: Tony Lagouranis: Confessions of a Torturer
Clicking on this link will take you to John Conroy's article on Tony Lagouranis.
 
Visit Alumni: Tony Lagouranis: Patricia Sharpe's article Alumni: Tony Lagouranis: Patricia Sharpe's article
Clicking on this link takes you to an article exploring how it is possible for a St. John's College education to lead Tony Lagouranis to become a torturer.
 
Visit Alumni: Tony Lagouranis's New York Times article Alumni: Tony Lagouranis's New York Times article
Clicking on this link will take you to a preview of Tony Lagouranis's article in the New York Times, Tortured Logic. To read the entire article, it must be purchased from the New York Times.
 
Old Posts Security and Admin.: Attacks and Their Aftermath
There have been multiple charges of attacks on students. Students are sometimes punished after being attacked. Does anyone have information on these attacks? What steps should be taken to prevent the administration from accepting the word of staff over students? Is it reasonable for students to defend themselves against such attacks? What constitutes excessive punishment?
7 10 2007 January 04
09:28:58
by: The Great Pumpkin Jump to Last Post
 
Old Posts Security and Admin.: Miscellaneous Dismissal
This forum is to discuss dismissal from the college in general or other cases of dismissal.
2 3 2009 June 19
09:04:52
by: Vlad Jump to Last Post
 
Old Posts Security and Admin.: Responsibility and Honesty
The 2006-2007 Annapolis student handbook on page 32 states,
" Responsibility ... For the good of the community, it [the college] also expects all students, regardless of consequences, to report their own misdeeds, to try to persuade others to report their own misdeeds, and to report the misdeeds of those who cannot be persuaded. Failure or refusal to report misbehavior may lead to disciplinary action up to and including expulsion." On page 33 the student handbook continues, "Honesty The college expects community members to be honest. The college expects students never to lie and never to withhold information, either about themselves or about their fellow students. Dishonesty may lead to disciplinary action up to and including expulsion."

Is it fair to define silence as dishonesty? Should students be required to face disciplinary action for failing to turn in their fellow students? How does the administration live up to the principles of responsibility and honesty?
1 1 2006 December 07
18:11:37
by: FearOfReprisal Jump to Last Post
 
Visit Security and Administration: Attacks Security and Administration: Attacks
Clicking on this link will take you to appollodorus's blog, which contains more information about Webster Ye.
 
Visit Security and Administration: Cocaine Security and Administration: Cocaine
Clicking on this link will take you to Daniel deVise's Article about the drug investigation on campus, Students Punished in Drug Probe.
 
Old Posts Security and Administration: Cocaine
The Annapolis campus decided to deal with cocaine use by calling students rumored to be cocaine users in to see Judy Seeger, Annapolis assistant dean. Judy Seeger falsely claimed to have eyewitness testimony that the accused students were involved in cocaine. Students were told that the college would come down hard on them unless they named others who were using drugs. The named students were then subjected to the same treatment. Many were suspended for a year or expelled. Several seniors had their degrees withheld for a year, sometimes damaging their graduate school plans. One student was expelled who refused on principle to co-operate with the investigation; he would neither name names nor tell Judy Seeger if he had ever used illegal drugs. Is it fair for students to be coerced into accusing other students? Is it reasonable for students to be punished for keeping their suspicions of other students to themselves? How should the college deal with drug use on campus?
5 14 2007 March 06
17:43:51
by: Chucksville Jump to Last Post
 
Old Posts Security and Administration: Crime
How safe are the two campuses of St. John's College? How frequent is crime? How does security and the administration deal with crime on campus?
1 1 2007 January 15
09:18:14
by: tumnus Jump to Last Post
 
Old Posts Security and Administration: Expulsion for Alcohol
The Fiske Guide to Colleges says about St. John's, "Although no one under 21 can be served under strict campus rules that include expulsion if caught, students admit that underage undergrads can easily tip their share of the brew." The Insider's Guide to the Colleges says, "...underage drinking, if caught, is dealt severely." Has anyone ever heard of an underage student getting expelled for alcohol use? If this penalty seems harsh, what should the appropriate penalty (if any) be for underage drinking?
1 4 2006 December 20
14:16:12
by: tumnus Jump to Last Post
 
Old Posts Security and Administration: Mark St. John
St. John's College fired Mark St. John, the athletic director of the Santa Fe campus. Many students showed up at an all-college meeting to protest this. Does anyone have more information on this? How much should the administration take student views into account in personnel matters? Should the administration be more open with students in their reasons to dismiss employees?
12 13 2006 August 16
17:00:03
by: moderator Jump to Last Post
 
Old Posts Security and Administration: Phil Milstein
What is Phil Milstein's relationship to St. John's College?
2 5 2006 July 25
19:07:59
by: The Great Pumpkin Jump to Last Post
 
Old Posts Security and Administration: Roxanne Seagraves
St. John's fired Roxanne Seagraves, the Alumni director for the Santa Fe campus, during croquet week-end. How much warning should the college provide when they feel unhappy enough about an employee's performance to seek dismissal? Is it fair to fire an employee for a minor violation?
2 3 2007 November 30
19:54:35
by: roberta_c Jump to Last Post
 
Old Posts Security and Administration: Student Handbook
Page 53 of the 2006-2007 Santa Fe student handbook states, "The college reserves the right to dismiss at any time a student who in our judgment is undesirable or whose continuation in the school is detrimental to the student or his or her fellow students. Such dismissal may be made without specific charge. Students who are suspended or dismissed will receive no refund of fees."
Students have been dismissed without being given a reason. This clause in the student handbook eliminates all real authority of the student review board. If no reason is given, how can the college justify the arbitrary dismissal of a student? Why wouldn't the college give a reason for a student's dismissal? What kind of student does the college consider undesirable?
1 7 2006 July 28
16:33:30
by: The Great Pumpkin Jump to Last Post
 
Old Posts Student Body: Diversity
St. John's College claims 8% minority enrollment. Others dispute this figure, claiming the college has as little as 1% minority enrollment. What efforts are the college making to recruit a more diverse student body? Should the college make more of an effort to seek out and admit more minorities?
1 5 2006 July 23
23:46:46
by: Frederick Douglass Jump to Last Post
 
Old Posts Student Body: Gay Students
In the comments section of wikipedia, David Vidaurre wrote, "...St. John's also does not try to hide the fact that they are included in the Princeton Review--in fact on the homepage of the website you could see the Princeton Review rankings proudly displayed. (however, in the press release from the college, two lists were ommitted: the 'Accepting of Gays' list and the 'Different Races Mingle' list...I found this disturbing)..." What problems does the college have with the treatment of gay students?
3 5 2009 March 11
13:30:10
by: Publius Jump to Last Post
 
Old Posts Student Body: Virtue
Are St. John's students virtuous? Should the college try to teach students virtue? Can virtue be taught? What is virtue?
2 2 2011 April 21
10:31:44
by: Socratonic Jump to Last Post
 
Old Posts Students: Joan Hastings
Joan Hastings, a former student, was declared persona non grata from the Santa Fe campus for staying at her boyfriend's apartment on campus. Does anyone have more information on this? What are the appropriate reasons for declaring someone persona non grata?
2 2 2006 February 04
00:22:57
by: tumnus Jump to Last Post
 
Old Posts Students: Laleh Dayenny
Laleh Dayenny was accused of plagiarism by Thomas Scally, her sophomore seminar tutor, and dismissed from the college. How much power over students is it appropriate for tutors to have?
2 9 2006 September 12
12:14:47
by: Frederick Douglass Jump to Last Post
 
Old Posts Students: Patrick Deuley
Patrick Deuley ran into difficulty with the refund of his tuition after he withdrew. Does anyone have more information on this?
1 1 2006 April 11
03:39:37
by: tumnus Jump to Last Post
 
Old Posts Students: Stephen Jablon
Stephen Jablon has been openly critical of the administration and has complained to people both inside and outside the college. What has been the college response to this? If someone has a problem with the administration, what is the best way to pursue a complaint?
6 16 2007 March 08
09:29:54
by: A Certain Sad Case Jump to Last Post
 
Old Posts Students: Travis Pittman
Travis Pittman, currently a sophomore in the Santa Fe campus, lives off campus but passed out in upper commons. Security woke him up and told him that he could not stay there. They gave him a ride halfway to his house. He slept the remainder of the night on the steps of a nearby church. What steps should the college take to ensure that inebriated students get home safely?
1 1 2006 February 04
00:31:21
by: tumnus Jump to Last Post
 
Old Posts Tutor Evaluations
This forum is to evaluate tutors' performances inside and outside of class.
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Visit Tutors: Rate My Professors-Annapolis Tutors: Rate My Professors-Annapolis
Clicking on this link will take you to the St. John's College in Annapolis's section of ratemyprofessors.com.
 
Visit Tutors: Rate My Professors-Santa Fe Tutors: Rate My Professors-Santa Fe
Clicking on this link will take you to the St. John's College in Santa Fe's section of ratemyprofessors.com.
 
Old Posts Tutors: Strauss
TheFormOfTheGood refers to Straussianism at St. John's. What is the Straussian philosophy, and which tutors adhere to it? Is Straussianism good or bad?
2 2 2007 May 01
12:05:23
by: A Certain Sad Case Jump to Last Post
 
Old Posts Tutors: Tenure and Reappointment Decisions
Which tutors currently up for tenure should or should not receive tenure? Which past tenure decisions were right, and which were wrong? What criteria should be used in the decision whether to award tenure?
1 2 2007 December 01
14:23:46
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Visit 2008 Commencement Address 2008 Commencement Address
Clicking on this link will take you to the text of Bruce Cole's address to the 2008 Annapolis graduating class. Bruce Cole is chairman of the National Endowment for the Humanities.
 
Old Posts Censorship on Campus
To what extent does censorship exist on campus?
3 3 2006 February 01
06:10:52
by: tumnus Jump to Last Post
 
Old Posts Lectures: Commencement Speakers
How were the commencement speakers selected? Is it preferable for the keynote speakers at graduation to be St. John's administrators, tutors, or people unassociated with St. John's? How were Dean Levine's and Assistant Dean Seeger's speeches?
2 2 2006 September 27
18:14:42
by: Santa Claus Jump to Last Post
 
Old Posts Lectures: Other Lectures
Review and comment on tutors' lectures here.
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Old Posts Wikipedia Entry
This forum talks about the St. John's College entry in wikipedia.
4 11 2006 October 19
19:47:07
by: tumnus Jump to Last Post
 
Visit Wikipedia Entry on St. John's College Wikipedia Entry on St. John's College
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Old Posts Additional External Links
Some external links are located in the other five categories. This category contains additional external links including articles about St. John's College, resources for St. John's College students and alumni,you tube videos involving either St. John's College or its alumni, and blogs and Web sites created by students and alumni of St. John's College. The creators of the articles, blogs, you tube videos, and other Web sites linked to here do not necessarily approve of St. John's Forum or the comments or opinions of any of its members. If you recommend any additional external links not listed here, leave a message with the web address and the moderator will add a new link.
3 5 2007 April 10
18:15:12
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Visit Alumni Chapters: New York City Alumni Chapters: New York City
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Visit Alumni Chapters: Northern California Alumni Chapters: Northern California
Clicking on this link will take you to the Web site of the Northern California alumni association.
 
Visit Alumni Chapters: Washington D.C. Alumni Chapters: Washington D.C.
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Visit Articles: A Critical Appraisal Articles: A Critical Appraisal
Clicking on this link will take you to the text of Sidney Hook's article, "A Critical Appraisal of the St. John's College Curriculum."
 
Visit Articles: A Heritage Preserved Articles: A Heritage Preserved
Clicking on this link will take you to Andrea Siegel's article about the preservation of Francis Scott Key's will by St. John's College.
 
Visit Articles: A lot of learning Articles: A lot of learning
Clicking on this link will take you to the text of William F. Buckley's article "A lot of learning."
 
Visit Articles: An Unofficial History of St. John's Articles: An Unofficial History of St. John's
Clicking on this link will take you to Hazen Hammel's article: The Unofficial History of St. John's.
 
Visit Articles: Campus at St. John's goes to the dog Articles: Campus at St. John's goes to the dog
Clicking on this link will take you to Connie Bloom's article "Campus at St. John's goes to the dog."
 
Visit Articles: From Herodotus to hip-hop Articles: From Herodotus to hip-hop
Clicking on this link will take you to Alex Beam's article "From Herodotus to hip-hop."
 
Visit Articles: Higher learning Articles: Higher learning
Clicking on this link will take you to Stephen Goode's "Higher learning" article.
 
Visit Articles: Interview with Producer James Schamus Articles: Interview with Producer James Schamus
Clicking on this link will take you to an interview with James Schamus (Annapolis 1981), the producer of Brokeback Mountain.
 
Visit Articles: Jason Kaufman Interviews Eugene Thaw Articles: Jason Kaufman Interviews Eugene Thaw
In this article, Jason Kaufman interviewes Eugene Thaw (Annapolis 1947), a collector of Old Master drawings and paintings, about his history of collecting works of art.
 
Visit Articles: Loving the Enemy Articles: Loving the Enemy
Clicking on this link will link you to Loving the Enemy, Tatiana Harrison's (Annapolis Class of 2004) article about marrying a creationist.
 
Visit Articles: Nelson teaches lessons for life Articles: Nelson teaches lessons for life
Clicking on this link will take you to Stephen Goode's article "Nelson teaches lessons for life."
 
Visit Articles: No Tests? Articles: No Tests?
Clicking on this link will take you to the text of Susan Kinzie's article "No Tests? College's Students Must Relearn How to Learn."
 
Visit Articles: Paintings Not Pollocks Articles: Paintings Not Pollocks
Clicking on this link will take you to the New York Times article: Computer Analysis Suggests Paintings Are Not Pollocks. This article cites fractal analysis by the physicist Eugene Thaw (Annapolis 1947), who claims that certain paintings believed to be by Jackson Pollock are in fact forgeries.
 
Visit Articles: Students Punished in Drug Probe Articles: Students Punished in Drug Probe
Clicking on this link will take you to the text of Daniel deVise's article: Students Punished in Drug Probe.
 
Visit Articles: That's "Dr. Johnny" to you Articles: That's "Dr. Johnny" to you
Clicking on this link will take you to Earl Kelly's article, "That's 'Dr. Johnny' to you."
 
Visit Articles: The 'Western Only' Curriculum Articles: The 'Western Only' Curriculum
Clicking on this link will take you to Rajiv Mulhotra's article "The 'Western Only' Curriculum."
 
Visit Articles: Where higher learning really is Articles: Where higher learning really is
Clicking on this link will take you to Norman Chad's article "Where higher learning really is."
 
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Visit Blogs: Andrew's Blog Blogs: Andrew's Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to Andrew's blog, Ultimus Romanorum.
 
Visit Blogs: Anne's Blog Blogs: Anne's Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to thee Galvanick Lucipher, the blog of Anne, Greg, and Scott.
 
Visit Blogs: Anne's Blog Blogs: Anne's Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to the aleatory contract, the blog of Anne.
 
Visit Blogs: Appollodorus Live Journal Blog Blogs: Appollodorus Live Journal Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to appollodorus's live journal blog. This blog gives more information on the attack on Webster Ye.
 
Visit Blogs: April Walters's Blog Blogs: April Walters's Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to the blog of April Walters (Annapolis Class of 1995).
 
Visit Blogs: Ariadne Talbot's Blog Blogs: Ariadne Talbot's Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to the danchan blog of Ariadne Talbot (Santa Fe Class of 2006).
 
Visit Blogs: Ariadne Talbot's Livejournal Blog Blogs: Ariadne Talbot's Livejournal Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to the livejournal blog of Ariadne Talbot (Santa Fe Class of 2006).
 
Visit Blogs: Blake Kiltoff's Blog Blogs: Blake Kiltoff's Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to the blog of Blake Kiltoff (Santa Fe Class of 2005).
 
Visit Blogs: Blap's Blog Blogs: Blap's Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to Blap's blog.
 
Visit Blogs: Blogmass Blogs: Blogmass
Clicking on this link will take you to the Blogmass, a collection of blogs from St. John's College's alumni. Most of the blogs and other Web sites on the blogmass can be directly linked to here. However, some of the sites are not directly linked to, either because they belong to non-Johnnies or because the owners of these sites requested not to be directly linked.
 
Visit Blogs: Brandon's Blog Blogs: Brandon's Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to Brandon's blog.
 
Visit Blogs: Bridgie's First Blog Blogs: Bridgie's First Blog
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Visit Blogs: Charles Lovett's Blog Blogs: Charles Lovett's Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to Secret Asian Man, the blog of Charles Lovett.
 
Visit Blogs: Chris Gillen's Livejournal Blog Blogs: Chris Gillen's Livejournal Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to the blog of Chris Gillen (Annapolis Class of 1990).
 
Visit Blogs: Chris Gillen's Teasmoke Blog Blogs: Chris Gillen's Teasmoke Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to the teasmoke blog of Chris Gillen (Annapolis Class of 1990).
 
Visit Blogs: Christopher Busta-Peck's Blog Blogs: Christopher Busta-Peck's Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to Ramblings of a Christopher, the blog of Christopher Busta-Peck (Annapolis Class of 2002).
 
Visit Blogs: Colin's Blog Blogs: Colin's Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to Colin's blog.
 
Visit Blogs: Dahra's Blog Blogs: Dahra's Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to Dahra's blog, which is called Phenomena, Comments, and Notes.
 
Visit Blogs: Dan Neal's Blog Blogs: Dan Neal's Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to Pacing the Cage, the blog of Dan Neal (Annapolis Class of 2003).
 
Visit Blogs: Dave's Blog Blogs: Dave's Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to the Four Ages, Dave's blog.
 
Visit Blogs: Dianne Cowan's Abandoned Migraine Blog Blogs: Dianne Cowan's Abandoned Migraine Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to the abandoned migraine blog of Dianne Cowan (Annapolis Class of 1992). There seems to be nothing much here except an explanation of why she switched to Wordpress and links to her two current blogs, both of which are directly linked to on this site.
 
Visit Blogs: Dianne Cowan's Main Blog Blogs: Dianne Cowan's Main Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to the main blog of Dianne Cowan (Annapolis Class of 1992).
 
Visit Blogs: Dianne Cowan's Migraine Blog Blogs: Dianne Cowan's Migraine Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to the Dianne Cowan's migraine blog. This blog started out discussing her migraines but has evolved into discussing other topics.
 
Visit Blogs: Dwight Knoll's Blogspot Blog Blogs: Dwight Knoll's Blogspot Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to Dwight Knoll's blogspot blog.
 
Visit Blogs: Dwight Knoll's Johnnymail Blog Blogs: Dwight Knoll's Johnnymail Blog
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Clicking on this link takes you to another blog by Dwight Knoll.
 
Visit Blogs: Elizabeth Follmer's Blog Blogs: Elizabeth Follmer's Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to the blog of Elizabeth Follmer (Annapolis Class of 1995).
 
Visit Blogs: Eric Lyon's Blog Blogs: Eric Lyon's Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to the blog of Eric Lyon (Annapolis Class of 1991).
 
Visit Blogs: Erika's Blog Blogs: Erika's Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to Erika's blog.
 
Visit Blogs: Francie Roberts's Blog Blogs: Francie Roberts's Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to the retired blog of Francie Roberts (Annapolis Class of 1993), single women of the world -- do not give up.
 
Visit Blogs: Francie Roberts's Blog Blogs: Francie Roberts's Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to the new blog of Francie Roberts (Annapolis Class of 1993), Francie in the land of the Beguines.
 
Visit Blogs: Fred Putnam's Blog Blogs: Fred Putnam's Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to Metaphorically Speaking, the blog of Fred Putnam, the father of a 2008 Annapolis alumnus.
 
Visit Blogs: George "Deacon Blues" Erhard's Blog Blogs: George "Deacon Blues" Erhard's Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to the blog of George "Deacon Blues" Erhard (Santa Fe Class of 1989).
 
Visit Blogs: Gil Roth's Blog Blogs: Gil Roth's Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to Virtual Memories, the blog of Gil Roth (Annapolis GI Class of 1995).
 
Visit Blogs: Hairyfigment's Blog Blogs: Hairyfigment's Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to Reality Wars, Hairyfigment's blog.
 
Visit Blogs: Hallie Leighton's Blog Blogs: Hallie Leighton's Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to the blog of Hallie Leighton (Santa Fe Class of 1992).
 
Visit Blogs: Helen Cornelius Ham Fahey's Blog Blogs: Helen Cornelius Ham Fahey's Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to Natural Librarian, the blog of Helen Cornelius Ham Fahey (also known as Cricket) (Annapolis Class of 1978).
 
Visit Blogs: I've got a question Blogs: I've got a question
Clicking on this link will take you to "I've got a question," the St. John's student-created philosophy blog.
 
Visit Blogs: Jack's Blog Blogs: Jack's Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to Jack's blog.
 
Visit Blogs: James Crotty's Farm Report Blogs: James Crotty's Farm Report
Clicking on this link will take you to James Crotty's video blog on politics and culture.
 
Visit Blogs: Jason's Blog Blogs: Jason's Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to Jason's blog.
 
Visit Blogs: Jesse Berney's Blog Blogs: Jesse Berney's Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to the blog of Jesse Berney (Annapolis Class of 1997).
 
Visit Blogs: Jesse Posner's Blog Blogs: Jesse Posner's Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to the blog of Jesse Posner (Santa Fe Class of 2005). This blog, transvaluation.com, tracks the converging threads of media, technology, and democracy.
 
Visit Blogs: Jessica Hersh's Blog Blogs: Jessica Hersh's Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to the blog of Jessica Hersh (Santa Fe Class of 1994), Sweet Pea's Musings.
 
Visit Blogs: Joseph Kranak's Blog: Don't Read This Blog Blogs: Joseph Kranak's Blog: Don't Read This Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to the blog of Joseph Kranak (Graduate Institute Class of 2004).
 
Visit Blogs: Juliana's Blog (1) Blogs: Juliana's Blog (1)
Clicking on this link will take you to Juliana's blog. It's a different blog from the next blog on this list, but it is unknown if it is a different Juliana.
 
Visit Blogs: Juliana's Blog (2) Blogs: Juliana's Blog (2)
Clicking on this link will take you to Juliana's blog. It's a different blog from the preceding one on this list, but it's unknown if it is a different Juliana.
 
Visit Blogs: Julia's Blog Blogs: Julia's Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to Julia's blog, Skog Norskatt's journal.
 
Visit Blogs: Julia's Bloglet Blogs: Julia's Bloglet
Clicking on this link will take you to Julia's bloglet.
 
Visit Blogs: Karen's Blog Blogs: Karen's Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to Karen's blog.
 
Visit Blogs: Kate Feld's Blog: The Manchizzle Blogs: Kate Feld's Blog: The Manchizzle
Clicking on this link will take you to the blog of Kate Feld (Annapolis class of 1995). Her blog is called The Manchizzle and concerns her life in Manchester, England.
 
Visit Blogs: Kate Feld's Blog: The Vermizzle Blogs: Kate Feld's Blog: The Vermizzle
Clicking on this link will take you to the blog of Kate Feld (Annapolis Class of 1995). Her blog is called The Vermizzle and concerns her life in Vermont.
 
Visit Blogs: Katherine Nehring's Blog Blogs: Katherine Nehring's Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to the Arrogant Emu, the blog of Katherine Nehring (Annapolis Class of 2003).
 
Visit Blogs: Katherine Nehring's Teasmoke Blog Blogs: Katherine Nehring's Teasmoke Blog
Clicking on this link takes you to Out popped an emu, the teasmoke blog of Katherine Nehring (Annapolis Class of 2003).
 
Visit Blogs: Kerne Fahey's Blog Blogs: Kerne Fahey's Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to House on Fire, Kerne Fahey's blog.
 
Visit Blogs: Kristin's Blog Blogs: Kristin's Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to Kristin's blog.
 
Visit Blogs: Larissa Archer's Blog: Writhing in Apathy Blogs: Larissa Archer's Blog: Writhing in Apathy
Clicking on this link will take you to the blog of Larissa Archer (Santa Fe Class of 2001), Writhing in Apathy.
 
Visit Blogs: Leah Casner's Blog: No Goats Here Blogs: Leah Casner's Blog: No Goats Here
Clicking on this link will take you to the blog of Leah Casner (Annapolis Class of 1978), No Goats Here.
 
Visit Blogs: Liesl McQuillen's Book Blog Blogs: Liesl McQuillen's Book Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to the blog of Liesl McQuillen (nee Beneke) about books.
 
Visit Blogs: Liesl McQuillen's Stem Cell Blog Blogs: Liesl McQuillen's Stem Cell Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to the blog of Liesl McQuillen (nee Beneke). She discusses her illness in this blog, her admission into a stem cell program, and her hopes for a future stem cell transplant.
 
Visit Blogs: Liz's Blog Blogs: Liz's Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to Liz's blog.
 
Visit Blogs: Louis's Blog Blogs: Louis's Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to Louis's blog.
 
Visit Blogs: Martin Marks's Armchair Linguistics Blog Blogs: Martin Marks's Armchair Linguistics Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to Blinguistics, Martin Marks's armchair linguistics blog.
 
Visit Blogs: Martin Marks's Personal Blog Blogs: Martin Marks's Personal Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to Trivial Pursuits, Martin Marks's personal blog.
 
Visit Blogs: Martin Marks's Writing Blog Blogs: Martin Marks's Writing Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to Vanity Press, Martin Marks's writing blog.
 
Visit Blogs: Mirabai Knight's Blog Blogs: Mirabai Knight's Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to Mock Turtle Soup, the blog of Mirabai Knight (Santa Fe Class of 2002).
 
Visit Blogs: Moira's Live Journal Blog Blogs: Moira's Live Journal Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to Moira's live journal blog.
 
Visit Blogs: Monadology Blog Blogs: Monadology Blog
Clicking on this link will take you a blog called Monadology: in search of the unifying principle. It is run by three Johnnies: Nathanael Eagle (Annapolis Class of 2003), Michael Sullivan (Santa Fe Class of 2002), and H.B.
 
Visit Blogs: Moss Collum's Blog Blogs: Moss Collum's Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to the live journal blog of Moss Collum (Annapolis Class of 2000).
 
Visit Blogs: Moss Collum's Blog Blogs: Moss Collum's Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to the bloglet of Moss Collum (Annapolis Class of 2000).
 
Visit Blogs: Neil Swanson-Chrisman's Blog Blogs: Neil Swanson-Chrisman's Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to Wisdom of the likes of Neil, the bloglet of Neil Swanson-Chrisman (Annapolis Class of 2002).
 
Visit Blogs: Neil Swanson-Chrisman's Livejournal Blog Blogs: Neil Swanson-Chrisman's Livejournal Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to Mastery, the livejournal blog of Neil Swanson-Chrisman (Annapolis Class of 2002).
 
Visit Blogs: Odious and Peculiar Blogs: Odious and Peculiar
Clicking on this link will take you to the blog of Odious and Peculiar, two anonymous Johnnies who matriculated to the Santa Fe campus in 1997.
 
Visit Blogs: Patrick Donahue's Blog Blogs: Patrick Donahue's Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to A hacker I'd pun to, the blog of Patrick Donahue (Annapolis Class of 1998).
 
Visit Blogs: Phil Torres's Blog Blogs: Phil Torres's Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to Diapsalmata, the blog of Phil Torres (Annapolis Class of 2008).
 
Visit Blogs: Rob and Tatiana Harrison's Cat's Blog Blogs: Rob and Tatiana Harrison's Cat's Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to Sugar's blog. Sugar is a cat and thus did not attend St. John's. However, one of her two owners, Tatiana Harrison (Annapolis Class of 2004), did.
 
Visit Blogs: Rob Harrison's Blog Blogs: Rob Harrison's Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to Rob Harrison's blog. Rob Harrison, like Sugar the cat, did not attend St. John's, but his wife, Tatiana Harrison, was in the Annapolis class of 2004.
 
Visit Blogs: Robert George's Blog Blogs: Robert George's Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to the blog of Robert George (Annapolis Class of 1985).
 
Visit Blogs: Sara Williams's Blog Blogs: Sara Williams's Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to Sara Williams's blog.
 
Visit Blogs: Sarah Peters's Blog Blogs: Sarah Peters's Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to the blog of Sarah Peters (Annapolis Class of 2001).
 
Visit Blogs: Sergei Nowalsky's Blog Blogs: Sergei Nowalsky's Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to Sergei Nowalsky's blog.
 
Visit Blogs: Splagkhna Blogs: Splagkhna
Clicking on this link will take you to Splagkhna. Splagkhna are the entrails the Greeks sacrificed to the gods or used to read omens.
 
Visit Blogs: Tanya's Livejournal Blog Blogs: Tanya's Livejournal Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to The Adventures of Basement Girl, the livejournal blog of Tanya (Annapolis Class of 2005).
 
Visit Blogs: Tanya's Teasmoke Blog Blogs: Tanya's Teasmoke Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to the teasmoke blog of Tanya (Annapolis Class of 2005).
 
Visit Blogs: Tatiana Harrison's Blog Blogs: Tatiana Harrison's Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to the Labyrinth, the general blog of Tatiana Harrison (Annapolis Class of 2004).
 
Visit Blogs: Tatiana Harrison's Quakerism Blog Blogs: Tatiana Harrison's Quakerism Blog
CLicking on this link will take you to the Friendly Funnel, the Quakerism blog of Tatiana Harrison (Annapolis Class of 2004).
 
Visit Blogs: The Blogledytes Blogs: The Blogledytes
Clicking on this link will take you to the Blogledytes, a collection of Johnny blogs organized by domain name.
 
Visit Blogs: The Mewl's Blog Blogs: The Mewl's Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to the Mewl's blog. The Mewl says that he was a classmate of Tony Lagouranis's at St. John's College. This would put him in the Santa Fe class of 1997.
 
Visit Blogs: Theodora's Blog Blogs: Theodora's Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to Theodora's blog.
 
Visit Blogs: Tim Button's Blog Blogs: Tim Button's Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to the blog of Tim Button (Class of 2000).
 
Visit Blogs: Tom Palmer's Blog Blogs: Tom Palmer's Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to the blog of Tom Palmer (Annpolis Class of 1980).
 
Visit Blogs: Tracy's Blog Blogs: Tracy's Blog
Clicking on this link will take you to Tracy's blog.
 
Visit Music: Ravens and Chimes Music: Ravens and Chimes
Clicking on this link will take you to a music selection from Reichenbach Falls, an album released by Ravens and Chimes. Nora Kelleher (Annapolis 2005) sings and plays flute for this band.
 
Visit Obituaries: Donald Taube Obituaries: Donald Taube
Clicking on this link will take you to an obituary of Captain Donald Taube (Annapolis 1965).
 
Visit Resources: Alumni Links Resources: Alumni Links
Clicking on this link will take you to a page with numerous links to alumni resources.
 
Visit Resources: Annapolis seminar reading list Resources: Annapolis seminar reading list
Clicking on this link will take you to the current (2007-2008) Annapolis seminar reading list.
 
Visit Resources: Annapolis student handbook Resources: Annapolis student handbook
Clicking on this link will take you to the text of the current (2006-2007) Annapolis student handbook.
 
Visit Resources: Frappr Resources: Frappr
Clicking on this link will take you to the St. John's College section of Frappr, a site that shows where various alumni are located on a world map. Frappr contains photos and other information about St. John's College alumni.
 
Visit Resources: Housing Resources: Housing
Clicking on this link will take you to campus rent, a site that helps students find housing near campus.
 
Visit Resources: Media Transparency Resources: Media Transparency
Clicking on this link will take you to the St. John's College section of media transparency. Media transparency reports the grants made by twelve conservative organizations.
 
Visit Resources: Other great books programs Resources: Other great books programs
Clicking on this link will take you to Mercer College's list of other colleges with great books programs.
 
Visit Resources: Santa Fe seminar reading list Resources: Santa Fe seminar reading list
Clicking on this link will take you to the current (2007-2008) Santa Fe seminar reading list.
 
Visit Resources: Santa Fe student handbook Resources: Santa Fe student handbook
Clicking on this link will take you to the text of the Santa Fe student handbook.
 
Visit Resources: St. John's College Official Site Resources: St. John's College Official Site
Clicking on this link will take you to the official site of St. John's College.
 
Visit Resources: Unofficial Johnny Alumni Homepage Resources: Unofficial Johnny Alumni Homepage
Clicking on this link will take you to the St. John's College Unofficial Alumni Homepage.
 
Visit Web Sites: Alex Battles's Brooklyn Country Music Web Sites: Alex Battles's Brooklyn Country Music
Clicking on this link will take you to the Brooklyn Country Music Web site. Brooklyn Country Music was founded by Alex Battles (Annapolis Class of 1994) as a means to promote country music festivals in Brooklyn, New York.
 
Visit Web Sites: Alex Battles's Web Site Web Sites: Alex Battles's Web Site
Clicking on this link will take you to the Whisky Rebellion Web site. Whisky Rebellion is a country-folk music band founded by Alex Battles (Annapolis Class of 1994).
 
Visit Web Sites: Anton Hardy's Web Site Web Sites: Anton Hardy's Web Site
Clicking on this link will take you to the Web site of Anton Hardy(Annapolis, Class of 1949). Anton Hardy, author and psychologist, discusses his books on his Web site. In his books he discusses how the views of the philosopher Ernst Cassirer impact the field of psychology.
 
Visit Web Sites: Ariadne Talbot's Fotopage Web Sites: Ariadne Talbot's Fotopage
Clicking on this link will take you to the Web site of Ariadne Talbot (Santa Fe Class of 2006).
 
Visit Web Sites: Ariadne Talbot's Friendster Page Web Sites: Ariadne Talbot's Friendster Page
Clicking on this link will take you to the friendster page of Ariadne Talbot (Santa Fe Class of 2006).
 
Visit Web Sites: Ariadne Talbot's Myspace Page Web Sites: Ariadne Talbot's Myspace Page
Clicking on this link will take you to the myspace page of Ariadne Talbot (Santa Fe Class of 2006).
 
Visit Web Sites: Art Wells's Web Site Web Sites: Art Wells's Web Site
Clicking on this link will take you to the Web site of Art Wells (Santa Fe Class of 1990). Art Wells shows his photographs on his Web site and provides an oracle that purports to help people solve their problems.
 
Visit Web Sites: Bill Rumpp's Web Site Web Sites: Bill Rumpp's Web Site
Clicking on this link will take you to the Web site of Bill Rumpp (Annapolis Class of 1963), CyberNet Solutions. Cybernet Solutions is a computer consulting company.
 
Visit Web Sites: Bugs and Cranks Web Sites: Bugs and Cranks
Clicking on this link will take you to Bugs and Cranks, a humorous baseball commentary Web site. David Chalk (Annapolis GI Class of 2003) is one of the contributors.
 
Visit Web Sites: Carol Calhoun's Web Site Web Sites: Carol Calhoun's Web Site
Clicking on this link will take you to the Web site of Carol Calhoun (Annapolis Class of 1974), the employee benefits legal resource site. Carol Calhoun, a lawyer, put up this site in order to provide information about employee benefits.
 
Visit Web Sites: Christel Stevens's Web Site Web Sites: Christel Stevens's Web Site
Clicking on this link will take you to the Web site of Christel Stevens (Annapolis Class of 1972). Christel Stevens, a dancer, put up this site to provide information about Manipuri dance.
 
Visit Web Sites: Crotty Farm Report Web Sites: Crotty Farm Report
Clicking on this link will take you to the political Web site of James Crotty (Santa Fe GI), the Crotty Farm Report.
 
Visit Web Sites: Dana Densmore and William Donahue Web Sites: Dana Densmore and William Donahue
Clicking on this link will take you to the Web site of Green Lion Press, a publisher of some books that appear on the program. This company consists of Dana Densmore (Annapolis Class of 1965) and William Donahue (Annapolis Class of 1967). As well as being alumni of the college, both are former tutors on the Santa Fe campus.
 
Visit Web Sites: David Kidd's Web Site Web Sites: David Kidd's Web Site
Clicking on this link will take you to the Web site of David Kidd (Annapolis Class of 1985). His Web site talks about his company, Kidd Studios, which is dedicated to creating, preserving, and restoring art.
 
Visit Web Sites: David Pierce's Web site Web Sites: David Pierce's Web site
Clicking on this link will take you to David Pierce's (Santa Fe, Class of 1987) Web Site. David Pierce's Web site covers a potpourri of things, but a lot of the content is math.
 
Visit Web Sites: Dean Hannotte's Web Site Web Sites: Dean Hannotte's Web Site
Clicking on this link will take you to Dean's Den, Dean Hannotte's (Annapolis, Class of 1968) Web site. His Web site discusses his hobbies and interests, which include book collecting, cats and kittens, dinosaurs in art and literature, fugues and fugue sets, galactic topography, his favorite quotations, software for fun and profit, violin music through the ages, and more.
 
Visit Web Sites: Dominic Crapuchettes's Web Site Web Sites: Dominic Crapuchettes's Web Site
Clicking on this link will take you to Dominic Crapuchettes's (Annapolis, Class of 1997) Web site. His Web site discusses his board game company, North Star Games.
 
Visit Web Sites: Dwight Knoll's Web Site Web Sites: Dwight Knoll's Web Site
Clicking on this link will take you to Dwight Knoll's Web site. His Web site contains the essays he wrote while at St. John's as well as information about the sports programs at the college.
 
Visit Web Sites: Edward Grandi Web Sites: Edward Grandi
Clicking on this link will take you to the Web site of Edward Grandi (Annapolis Class of 1977). Edward Grandi's site contains three pictures: a World War II poster, a photograph of Princess Diana, and a photograph of Edward Grandi himself.
 
Visit Web Sites: Elizabeth Follmer and David Harman Web Sites: Elizabeth Follmer and David Harman
Clicking on this link will take you to the Web site of Elizabeth Follmer (Annapolis Class of 1995) and David Harman (Santa Fe Class of 1994). Their site discusses their wedding.
 
Visit Web Sites: Enlightenment Book Club Web Sites: Enlightenment Book Club
Clicking on this link will take you to the home page of the Enlightenment Book Club. This club meets about once a month in New York City. It is run by Dean Hannotte (Annapolis Class of 1968).
 
Visit Web Sites: Evil Robots Web Sites: Evil Robots
Clicking on this link will take you to the evil robots Web site. It belongs to some people from St. John's who go by the names of Grandpa, Godzilla, etc. It's a big site and covers a lot of material.
 
Visit Web Sites: Fred Putnam's Web Site Web Sites: Fred Putnam's Web Site
Clicking on this link will take you to the Web site of Frederic Putnam. He is the father of a St. John's student from the Annapolis class of 2008. He taught Biblical Hebrew, Biblical studies, and other subjects for more than 20 years, and his Web site includes articles he has written on these subjects.
 
Visit Web Sites: G. Kay Bishop's Web Site Web Sites: G. Kay Bishop's Web Site
Clicking on this link will take you to G. Kay Bishop's (Annapolis Class of 1975) Web site, the other dimension. This Web site consists of stories and poetry with a fantasy bent.
 
Visit Web Sites: George "Deacon Blues" Erhard's Web Site Web Sites: George "Deacon Blues" Erhard's Web Site
Clicking on this link will take you to the Web site of George "Deacon Blues" Erhard (Santa Fe Class of 1989). His Web site contains some music and a link to his blog.
 
Visit Web Sites: Helen Cornelius Ham Fahey's Web Site Web Sites: Helen Cornelius Ham Fahey's Web Site
Clicking on this link will take you to the Web site of Helen Cornelius Ham Fahey (Annapolis Class of 1978), also known as Cricket. Her Web site contains a photograph of herself and a quotation.
 
Visit Web Sites: Hillary Fields's Web Site Web Sites: Hillary Fields's Web Site
Clicking on this link will take you to Hillary Fields's (Santa Fe, Class of 1997) Web site. Her Web site discusses the romance novels she has written.
 
Visit Web Sites: Howard Sauertieg's Web Site Web Sites: Howard Sauertieg's Web Site
Clicking on this link will take you to the Web site of Howard Sauertieg (Annapolis Class of 1996). His Web site is mostly about music, movies, and his family photographs.
 
Visit Web Sites: James Crotty's Monk:The Mobile Magazine Web Sites: James Crotty's Monk:The Mobile Magazine
Clicking on this link will take you to the Web site of James Crotty (Santa Fe GI): The Mobile Magazine. James Crotty and Michael Lane, who call themselves the monks, quit their jobs and travel across the country for twelve years with their three cats finding unusual tourist attractions and interviewing famous people as they go.
 
Visit Web Sites: James Hyder Web Sites: James Hyder
Clicking on this link will take you to the Web site of James Hyder (Annapolis Class of 1984), LF examiner. James Hyder works in the large format film industry, and he put together this site as a resource to large format films.
 
Visit Web Sites: Jessica Hersh's Web Site Web Sites: Jessica Hersh's Web Site
Clicking on this link will take you to the Web site of Jessica Hersh (Santa Fe Class of 1994). Her Web site discusses her catering business, Sweet Pea Cuisine.
 
Visit Web Sites: Joel LaPinta's Web Site Web Sites: Joel LaPinta's Web Site
Clicking on this link will take you to the Web site of Joel LaPinta (Santa Fe Class of 1980). Joel LaPinta, a realtor, sells land in Hawaii, and this is the home page of his company, Hawaii Investment Properties.
 
Visit Web Sites: Johnny E-mail List Web Sites: Johnny E-mail List
The Johnny Email List is a forum in which alumni of St. John's College may discuss whatever they like. Online seminars are held, current events are discussed, book and movie recommendations are given, recipes are shared, and arguments are had, among other types of discussion. The Johnny Email List had several founders, notably Owen Goldin (A '79) and Rich Green (SF '87).
 
Visit Web Sites: Kim Paffenroth's Web Site Web Sites: Kim Paffenroth's Web Site
Clicking on this link will take you to the Web site of Kim Paffenroth (Annapolis 1988). Her Web site has some text, photographs, and links to topics that interest her.
 
Visit Web Sites: Kimberly Wistrand's Web Site Web Sites: Kimberly Wistrand's Web Site
Clicking on this link will take you to the family Web site of Kimberly Wistrand (Annapolis Class of 1988). Her daughters discuss things they love and hate, music, insults, and pick-up lines, among other things.
 
Visit Web Sites: Locrian Chamber Players Web Sites: Locrian Chamber Players
Clicking on this link will take you to the Locrian Chamber Players, an ensemble directed by David MacDonald (Santa Fe 1989).
 
Visit Web Sites: Mark and Leah Casner's Family Web Site Web Sites: Mark and Leah Casner's Family Web Site
Clicking on this link will take you to Mark and Leah Casner's (nee Daskalakis) (Annapolis Class of 1978) Web site. This Web site contains family photos, a comic strip about a monster baby, articles in magazines written by the Casners, among other things.
 
Visit Web Sites: Mark Middlebrook's Web Site Web Sites: Mark Middlebrook's Web Site
Clicking on this link will take you to the Web site of Mark Middlebrook (Annapolis Class of 1983). This Web site contains a photograph of Mark Middlebrook and a brief autobiography.
 
Visit Web Sites: Martin Marks's Web Site Web Sites: Martin Marks's Web Site
Clicking on this link will take you to Martin Marks's Web site, the flying ghoti.
 
Visit Web Sites: Michael Weaver's Web Site Web Sites: Michael Weaver's Web Site
Clicking on this link will take you to the Web site of Michael Weaver (Annapolis 1966). In his Web site, Michael Weaver discusses his spiritual journey.
 
Visit Web Sites: Mike Esterheld's Web Site Web Sites: Mike Esterheld's Web Site
Clicking on this link will take you to the Web site of Mike Esterheld. Mike Esterheld is a musician, and you can listen to his music and read news about his upcoming performances on his Web site.
 
Visit Web Sites: MIT Press's Blurb about Sky in a Bottle Web Sites: MIT Press's Blurb about Sky in a Bottle
Clicking on this link will take you a brief blurb and selections from Sky in a Bottle, the book by Santa Fe tutor Peter Pesic exploring the historical investigation of the question of why the sky is blue.
 
Visit Web Sites: Mock the USNA Web Sites: Mock the USNA
Clicking on this link will take you to a Web site whose sole function is to mock the Naval Academy.
 
Visit Web Sites: Monk Host Web Sites: Monk Host
Clicking on this link will take you to Monk Host, a server farm. One of the monks who runs this is James Crotty (Santa Fe GI).
 
Visit Web Sites: Monk Media Web Sites: Monk Media
Clicking on this link will take you to the Web site of Monk Media, a graphic design firm. One of the monks is James Crotty (Santa Fe GI).
 
Visit Web Sites: Moshe (Mel) Kline's Web Site Web Sites: Moshe (Mel) Kline's Web Site
Clicking on this link will take you to Moshe (formerly Mel) Kline's (Annapolis Class of 1966) Web site. This Web site discusses the Torah.
 
Visit Web Sites: Moss Collum's Web Site Web Sites: Moss Collum's Web Site
Clicking on this link will take you to the Web site of Moss Collum (Annapolis Class of 2000).
 
Visit Web Sites: Neil Swanson-Chrisman's Rant Web Site Web Sites: Neil Swanson-Chrisman's Rant Web Site
Clicking on this link will take you to a Web site of Neil-Swanson-Chrisman (Annapolis Class of 2002). He describes it as a rant disguised as a Greek pun.
 
Visit Web Sites: Neil Swanson-Chrisman's Web Site Web Sites: Neil Swanson-Chrisman's Web Site
Clicking on this link will take you to Neil's House, the main Web site of Neil Swanson-Chrisman (Annapolis Class of 2002).
 
Visit Web Sites: Nora Kelleher's Web Site Web Sites: Nora Kelleher's Web Site
Clicking on this link will take you to the Web site of Ravens and Chimes, a Brooklyn-based band. Nora Kelleher (Annapolis 2005) sings and plays flute in the band.
 
Visit Web Sites: Phil Torres's Web Site Web Sites: Phil Torres's Web Site
Clicking on this link will take you to the Web site of Phil Torres (Annapolis Class of 2008), theunexaminedcurriculum.com. This Web site is a critical appraisal of St. John's College.
 
Visit Web Sites: Rob Harrison's Book Site Web Sites: Rob Harrison's Book Site
Clicking on this link will take you to Rob Harrison's Web site in which he is writing an on-line novel, And he lived. Rob Harrison did not attend St. John's, but his wife, Tatiana Harrison, was in the Annapolis class of 2004.
 
Visit Web Sites: Rob Harrison's Hobbit Hole Web Site Web Sites: Rob Harrison's Hobbit Hole Web Site
Clicking on this link will take you to Rob Harrison's Web site about his construction of an underground house in Maryland modelled after J.R.R. Tolkien's plans for a hobbit house in the Lord of the Rings series. Rob Harrison did not attend St. John's, but his wife, Tatiana Harrison, was in the Annapolis class of 2004.
 
Visit Web Sites: Robert DeSilverio's Web Site Web Sites: Robert DeSilverio's Web Site
Clicking on this link will take you to Robert DiSilverio's (Santa Fe Class of 1979) Web site. On his Web site he has a drawing of himself, a photograph of a flower, and vacation pictures, and some text in which he humorously describes the content of his Web site.
 
Visit Web Sites: Sam Agnew's Web Site Web Sites: Sam Agnew's Web Site
Clicking on this link will take you to Sam Agnew's (Santa Fe Class of 1995) Web site. His company Web site is powernet, a company that solves people's internet problems.
 
Visit Web Sites: Simon Bone's Web Site Web Sites: Simon Bone's Web Site
Clicking on this link will take you to Simon Bone's (Santa Fe Class of 1992) Web Site, pyongyangmetro.com. This Web site examines the North Korean nuclear program disguised as a subway system.
 
Visit Web Sites: Simon McNabb's Web Site Web Sites: Simon McNabb's Web Site
Clicking on this link will take you to the Web site of Simon McNabb (Annapolis 1988). This site contains photographs of his family.
 
Visit Web Sites: Stacie Slotnick's Web Site Web Sites: Stacie Slotnick's Web Site
Clicking on this link will take you to the Web site of Stacie Slotnick (Annapolis Class of 1994). The Web site consists entirely of links to her favorite sites.
 
Visit Web Sites: Star Wars on Trial Web Sites: Star Wars on Trial
Clicking on this link will take you to the Web site Star Wars on Trial. John Wright (Annapolis Class of 1984) is a member of the prosecution.
 
Visit Web Sites: Susan Eversole's Web Site Web Sites: Susan Eversole's Web Site
Clicking on this link will take you to the Web site of Susan Eversole (Santa Fe Class of 1979). Her Web site contains Halloween photographs of her family.
 
Visit Web Sites: Tatiana Harrison's Cat's Web Site Web Sites: Tatiana Harrison's Cat's Web Site
Clicking on this link will take you to Sugar's Web site. Sugar is a cat owned by Tatiana Harrison (Annapolis Class of 2004).
 
Visit Web Sites: Tatiana Harrison's Web Site Web Sites: Tatiana Harrison's Web Site
Clicking on this link will take you to the funnel, the Web site of Tatiana Harrison (Annapolis Class of 2004).
 
Visit Web Sites: Tias Little's Web Site Web Sites: Tias Little's Web Site
Clicking on this link will take you to Tias Little's Web site, Prajna Yoga. Tias Little attended the Eastern Classics program at St. John's College and is an expert at Ashtanga Yoga. His Web site gives information about his yoga training site in Santa Fe and about yoga books, some written by him.
 
Visit Web Sites: Tom Hoover's Web Site Web Sites: Tom Hoover's Web Site
Clicking on this link will take you to the Web site of Tom Hoover(Santa Fe Class of 1970). This site deals with massage therapies and health arts.
 
Visit Web Sites: William Kowalski's Web Site Web Sites: William Kowalski's Web Site
Clicking on this link will take you to William Kowalski's (Santa Fe Class of 1994) Web site. His Web site, William Kowalski's literary services, offers writing assistance.
 
Visit Web Sites: William's Web Site Web Sites: William's Web Site
Clicking on this link will take you to William's Web site. William's Web site contains a photograph of the sun shimmering off a metal bell surrounded by the snow and mountains of Santa Fe.
 
Visit Yahoo Groups: JohnnieNet: Psychology Group Yahoo Groups: JohnnieNet: Psychology Group
A forum for St. John's College Alumni who work in or are interested in the 'helping professions'.
 
Visit Yahoo Groups: Johnny Education/Homeschooling Group Yahoo Groups: Johnny Education/Homeschooling Group
A resource group for alumni of St. John's College alumni to learn more about various educational approaches & teaching materials available for enhancing the education of children.
 
Visit Yahoo Groups: JohnnyXpress Yahoo Groups: JohnnyXpress
JohnnyXpress, also known as the St. John's College Unofficial Bulletin Board, is the unofficial bulletin board/email list for the St. John's College alumni community. It is for announcements and queries, not discussion, hence it is the 'Xpress' of johnny email lists. It is a planet-wide bulletin board for the SJC community. johnnyXpress is an independently operated group. You must give correct answers to a few simple Johnny-oriented questions to be admitted to the list.
 
Visit Yahoo Groups: Phaedrus Study Group Yahoo Groups: Phaedrus Study Group
The Phaedrus Study Group, an Ancient Greek reading group, meets generally on Wednesday evenings from 7:30 to 9:00 PM, in the lobby of 19 University Place, on the NYU campus. This is not an exclusive SJC group they welcome anyone who wants to polish their translation skills.
 
Visit Yahoo Groups: SJC Alumni Career and Job Networking Yahoo Groups: SJC Alumni Career and Job Networking
The St. John's College Unofficial Alumni Career and Job Networking Group is a networking group open to St. John's College Alumni regarding employment, careers, and graduate programs.
 
Visit Yahoo Groups: SJC Alumni Connections Group Yahoo Groups: SJC Alumni Connections Group
The purpose of JohnnyConnect is currently threefold: (1) to provide a *small* general topic discussion group for alumni of St. John's College. (2) to provide a small group environment for alumni to specifically discuss topics that are mentioned on the johnnyXpress. (3) to serve as a place where alumni may connect by posting queries to find other alumni who share their discussion interests.
 
Visit Yahoo Groups: St. John's GI Alumni Yahoo Groups: St. John's GI Alumni
To help alumni of the Graduate Institute, St. John's College, stay in touch.
 
Visit Yahoo Groups:Creative Anachronism Society at SJCSF Yahoo Groups:Creative Anachronism Society at SJCSF
This is a mailing list for those interested in the Society for Creative Anachronism who are associated with St. John's College in the shire of Drygestan, in the great kingdom of the Outlands (also known as Santa Fe, New Mexico).
 
Visit You Tube Videos: 2008 Annapolis Cup Croquet Match You Tube Videos: 2008 Annapolis Cup Croquet Match
Clicking on this link will take you to footage from the 2008 United States Naval Academy versus St. John's College croquet match.
 
Visit You Tube Videos: Apostles in New Mexico You Tube Videos: Apostles in New Mexico
Clicking on this link will take you to a video of the Apostles performing at the 2008 reality party at St. John's College in Santa Fe. The performance is preceded by footage of students awaiting the arrival of the Apostles.
 
Visit You Tube Videos: Battle Hymn of the Johnny You Tube Videos: Battle Hymn of the Johnny
Clicking on this link will take you to a rendition of the St. John's version of The Battle Hymn of the Republic sung while displaying a rotating video of a St. John's chair balanced on one point.
 
Visit You Tube Videos: Between the Bars You Tube Videos: Between the Bars
Clicking on this link will take you to a video of E. Einowski (Santa Fe Class of 2008) singing "Between the Bars" by Elliot Smith on a ukulele.
 
Visit You Tube Videos: Borato You Tube Videos: Borato
Clicking on this link will take you to Borato, part of the 2008 Annapolis reality skit. This skit, a parody of Borat, shows a fictional Brazilian attempting to document life at St. John's.
 
Visit You Tube Videos: CasHank Hootenanny Jamboree You Tube Videos: CasHank Hootenanny Jamboree
Clicking on this link will take you to a video showing Alex Battles (Annapolis Class of 1994) and others performing at the CasHank Hootenanny Jamboree. Alex Battles is the one in the baseball cap.
 
Visit You Tube Videos: Cell Lab 1 You Tube Videos: Cell Lab 1
Clicking on this link will take you to the You Tube Video, "Cell Lab 1." This video shows the cells under a microscope that St. John's students observe during lab class. You also hear people in the class talking in the background.
 
Visit You Tube Videos: Coke Scandal III You Tube Videos: Coke Scandal III
Clicking on this link will take you to Coke Scandal III: Jack and Adam Strike Back. This skit is part of the 2008 Annapolis reality skit. In this skit, students respond to the latest in a series of incidents involving cocaine and the administration's response to it.
 
Visit You Tube Videos: Cold, Cold Heart You Tube Videos: Cold, Cold Heart
Clicking on this link will take you to a video of the trippy mandolin chick playing Hank Williams, Sr.'s Cold, Cold, Heart with Alex Battles (Annapolis Class of 1994).
 
Visit You Tube Videos: Croquet 2007 You Tube Videos: Croquet 2007
Clicking on this link will take you to a slide show of the 2007 St. John's-Naval Academy croquet match at St. John's College in Annapolis.
 
Visit You Tube Videos: Doors Get Star on Walk of Fame You Tube Videos: Doors Get Star on Walk of Fame
Clicking on this link will take you to the You Tube Video, "Finally the Doors get a star on the Walk of Fame." One of the speakers at the ceremony is Jac Holzman (Annapolis Class of 1952), who signed them to their first record deal.
 
Visit You Tube Videos: Frog Vivisection You Tube Videos: Frog Vivisection
Clicking on this link will take you to the You Tube Video, "Frog Vivisection." This video shows a frog being dissected alive in a St. John's lab class.
 
Visit You Tube Videos: Gilmometer You Tube Videos: Gilmometer
Clicking on this link will take you to Gilmometer, part of the 2008 Annapolis reality skit. In this skit, students and tutors discuss the benefits of a fictional device powered by Leibniz.
 
Visit You Tube Videos: Hallelujah on the Ukulele You Tube Videos: Hallelujah on the Ukulele
Clicking on this link will take you to a video of E. Einowski (Santa Fe Class of 2008) playing Hallelujah by Leonard Cohen on the ukulele.
 
Visit You Tube Videos: I Hung my Head Johnny Cash You Tube Videos: I Hung my Head Johnny Cash
Clicking on this link will take you to Sam, a St. John's student who perfoprms in Annapolis to raise money for books, playing the guitar and singing I Hung my Head by Johnny Cash. He has two other videos on this site, Nobody Knows You When You're Down by Bessie Smith and Redemption Songs by Bob Marley.
 
Visit You Tube Videos: Interview with Tias Little You Tube Videos: Interview with Tias Little
Clicking on this link will take you to Balancing Mind and Body with Tias Little, a video of Krishnan Venkatesh, a St. John's tutor, interviewing Ashtanga Yoga expert Tias Little. Tias Little attended the Eastern Classics program at St. John's to better understand the texts behind his yoga practices.
 
Visit You Tube Videos: Jac Holzman on Love You Tube Videos: Jac Holzman on Love
Clicking on this link will take you to a clip from the upcoming documentary Love Story in which Jac Holzman (Annapolis Class of 1952) talks about the first time he saw Arthur Lee from the band Love.
 
Visit You Tube Videos: Jac Holzman Unveiling Boxset You Tube Videos: Jac Holzman Unveiling Boxset
Clicking on this link will take you to a YouTube Video of Jac Holzman (Annapolis, Class of 1952), founder of Elektra Records while still a St. John's student, unveiling the Elektra Records collection and talking about various artists and album cover designs.
 
Visit You Tube Videos: Jac Holzman's Arthur Lee Story You Tube Videos: Jac Holzman's Arthur Lee Story
Clicking on this link will take you to a You Tube Video in which Jac Holzman (Annapolis Class of 1952) relates a story of working with Arthur Lee in the studio to illustrate his talent in difficult situations.
 
Visit You Tube Videos: Jupiter One - Countdown You Tube Videos: Jupiter One - Countdown
Clicking on this link will take you to the music video of Countdown, Jupiter One's debut single, personally sequenced by Jac Holzman (Annapolis Class of 1952).
 
Visit You Tube Videos: Lindy Loo You Tube Videos: Lindy Loo
Clicking on this link will take you to a video of Lindy Loo performing with Alex Battles (Annapolis Class of 1994). Alex Battles is the one wearing the baseball cap.
 
Visit You Tube Videos: Lover, You Should Have Come Over You Tube Videos: Lover, You Should Have Come Over
Clicking on this link will take you to a video of E. Einowski (Santa Fe Class of 2008) playing Jeff Buckley's song, "Lover, You Should Have Come Over," on a ukulele.
 
Visit You Tube Videos: Lucas Kwong plays U2 You Tube Videos: Lucas Kwong plays U2
Clicking on this link will take you to a video of Lucas Kwong playing U2 at St. John's College in Santa Fe.
 
Visit You Tube Videos: Lucas Running to Dad You Tube Videos: Lucas Running to Dad
Clicking on this link will take you to footage of Lucas, a little kid, running to his father on the lawn of St. John's College in Annapolis.
 
Visit You Tube Videos: Luke Russell...Angel of Vengeance You Tube Videos: Luke Russell...Angel of Vengeance
Clicking on this link will take you to Luke Russell- Mercenary Angel of Vengeance. This skit, part of the 2008 Annapolis reality skit, shows Luke Russell taking vengeance on various people on campus.
 
Visit You Tube Videos: MacBook Pro Expanding Battery You Tube Videos: MacBook Pro Expanding Battery
Clicking on this link will take you to a video of E. Einowski (Santa Fe Class of 2008) displaying a 17 inch MacBook Pro with a defective battery that expands, damaging the case of the computer. This problem has often been reported with this computer model.
 
Visit You Tube Videos: March 7, 2007 Pt.1 You Tube Videos: March 7, 2007 Pt.1
Clicking on this link will take you to Torpedofish's video log about her drive around Annapolis on March 7, 2007. She drives past St. John's College during this video and talks about the college briefly.
 
Visit You Tube Videos: March 7, 2007 Pt.2 You Tube Videos: March 7, 2007 Pt.2
This is the second part of Torpedofish's video in which she drives around Annapolis. She passes St. John's College and once again mentions it.
 
Visit You Tube Videos: Murchison 101 Video You Tube Videos: Murchison 101 Video
Clicking on this link will take you to the Murchison 101 video. This video shows students singing, dancing, and enjoying themselves in the Murchison dorm on the Santa Fe campus of St. John's College.
 
Visit You Tube Videos: Nobody Knows You... You Tube Videos: Nobody Knows You...
Clicking on this link will take you to a video of Sam, a St. John's student, playing the guitar and singing Nobody Knows You When You're Down, a Bessie Smith song. He sings in Annapolis to raise money for books. He has two other songs on this site, I Hung my Head by Johnny Cash and Redemption Songs by Bob Marley.
 
Visit You Tube Videos: Oh Diana You Tube Videos: Oh Diana
Clicking on this link will take you to the first video of E. Einowski (Santa Fe Class of 2008) singing Oh Diana.
 
Visit You Tube Videos: Oh Diana Live You Tube Videos: Oh Diana Live
Clicking on this link will take you to a second recording of E. Einowski (Santa Fe Class of 2008) singing Oh Diana, this time at Mike Esterheld's CD release party.
 
Visit You Tube Videos: Redemption Songs Bob Marley You Tube Videos: Redemption Songs Bob Marley
Clicking on this link will take you to a video of Sam, a St. John's College student who performs in Annapolis to raise money for books, playing the guitar and singing Redemption Songs by Bob Marley. He has two other videos on this site, Nobody Knows You When You're Down by Bessie Smith and I Hung my Head by Johnny Cash.
 
Visit You Tube Videos: Rhapsody on a Theme of Aristotle You Tube Videos: Rhapsody on a Theme of Aristotle
Clicking on this link will take you to a video of Mike Esterheld, a St. John's alumnus, singing Rhapsody on a Theme of Aristotle.
 
Visit You Tube Videos: Scaring Charlie Salem You Tube Videos: Scaring Charlie Salem
Clicking on this link will take you to the You Tube Video, "Scaring Charlie Salem." This video, filmed at St. John's College, is simply described as a Halloween prank gone awry.
 
Visit You Tube Videos: Senior Prank Message You Tube Videos: Senior Prank Message
Clicking on this link will take you to a message about the 2008 Senior Prank supposedly left on students' answering machines by the college administration.
 
Visit You Tube Videos: Senior Prank Video 2004 You Tube Videos: Senior Prank Video 2004
Clicking on this link will take you to the 2004 Annapolis Senior Prank Video, Where is Andrew Baisch?
 
Visit You Tube Videos: Senior Prank Video 2005 You Tube Videos: Senior Prank Video 2005
Clicking on this link will take you to the St. John's College Annapolis Senior Prank Video 2005.
 
Visit You Tube Videos: St. John's Annapolis Graduation You Tube Videos: St. John's Annapolis Graduation
Clicking on this link will take you to a video of a small part of the May 2007 Annapolis graduation ceremony.
 
Visit You Tube Videos: St. John's College Crew Fall 2007 You Tube Videos: St. John's College Crew Fall 2007
Clicking on this link will take you to a video tribute to St. John's College's 2007 crew team.
 
Visit You Tube Videos: St. John's Story Part 1 You Tube Videos: St. John's Story Part 1
Clicking on this link will take you to the first part of the 1954 St. John's College Promotional Video, St. John's Story.
 
Visit You Tube Videos: St. John's Story Part 2 You Tube Videos: St. John's Story Part 2
Clicking on this link will take you to the second part of the 1954 St. John's College promotional video, St. John's Story.
 
Visit You Tube Videos: St. John's Story Part 3 You Tube Videos: St. John's Story Part 3
Clicking on this link will take you to the third part of the 1954 St. John's College promotional video, St. John's Story.
 
Visit You Tube Videos: Step Inside This House You Tube Videos: Step Inside This House
Clicking on this link will take you to a video of Mike Esterheld, a St. John's alumnus, singing Step Inside This House by Guy Clark.
 
Visit You Tube Videos: Sterling Engine #1 You Tube Videos: Sterling Engine #1
Clicking on this link will take you to a video demonstrating a sterling engine built by E. Einowski (Santa Fe Class of 2008) and his father.
 
Visit You Tube Videos: Tempest You Tube Videos: Tempest
Clicking on this link will take you to a short clip from William Shakespeare's play, The Tempest, performed at St. John's College in Annapolis.
 
Visit You Tube Videos: Tempest  2 You Tube Videos: Tempest 2
Clicking on this link will take you to another short clip from William Shakespeare's play, The Tempest, performed at St. John's College in Annapolis.
 
Visit You Tube Videos: Tempest 3 You Tube Videos: Tempest 3
Clicking on this link will take you to a third, longer clip from the performance of William Shakespeare's The Tempest at St. John's College in Annapolis. In this clip, Stephano confronts the strange beast beneath a blanket, Caliban and Trinculo.
 
Visit You Tube Videos: Tempest 4 You Tube Videos: Tempest 4
Clicking on this link will take you to a fourth, longer clip from the Tempest, performed at St. John's College in Annapolis.
 
Visit You Tube Videos: Tijuana Booty-Slap You Tube Videos: Tijuana Booty-Slap
Clicking on this link will take you to a video in which Larissa Archer (Santa Fe Class of 2001) teaches another girl, Angela, to do the Tijuana booty-slap.
 
Visit You Tube Videos: Trippy Mandolin Chick Sings You Tube Videos: Trippy Mandolin Chick Sings
Clicking on this link will take you to a video of the trippy mandolin chick singing with Alex Battles (Annapolis Class of 1994). Alex Battles is the one wearing the baseball cap.
 
Visit You Tube Videos: Western Thought Part 1 You Tube Videos: Western Thought Part 1
Clicking on this link will take you to the first part of the 2008 Santa Fe reality video, Western Thought.
 
Visit You Tube Videos: Western Thought Part 2 You Tube Videos: Western Thought Part 2
Clicking on this link will take you to the second part of the 2008 Santa Fe reality video, Western Thought.
 
Visit You Tube Videos: Ysabella Brave meets Jac Holzman You Tube Videos: Ysabella Brave meets Jac Holzman
Clicking on this link will take you to a You Tube video of Ysabella Brave,among other things, talking about meeting Jac Holzman (Annapolis Class of 1952).
 
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