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St. John's College, Oxford

St. John's College is one of the constituent colleges of the University of Oxford in the United Kingdom. It was founded by Thomas White in 1555. Fairly large, it comprises approximately 400 undergraduates and 250 postgraduates and academic staff, and is the wealthiest college in Oxford. The college stands on St. Giles, which it owns, and is close to the Martyrs' Memorial[?].

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