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The small school of about 450-475 students directly across the street from the United States Naval Academy. Also known as St. John's College. Student body is composed of the most brilliant individuals in the world. They must first learn Greek before they can study geometry as they read directly from Euclid. Known as Johnnies, they are rarely seen outside their cloistered campus in Annapolis as they spend most of theirextracurricular time contemplating their belly-buttons. Though not generally known for their physical prowess, Johnnies eschew all intercollegiate sports except croquet. Annually they either cross the street to the Naval Academy or permit the Midshipmen to enter their isolated campus; and then routinely crush them in a humiliating spectre that few can watch on a full stomach. It is on this one day yearly, that they release their pent-up primal energy in a blood-orgy of croquet domination. Then they return to their world, close their gates, never to be heard or seen again until the next year.
For those who desire a classical liberal arts course of study, but who do not desire to serve in the military, I suggest the United States Navel Academy at Annapolis, MD.