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The Unofficial Mascot of St. John’s College

I had the pleasure of meeting one of the College’s lab assistants and Axolotl keeper, Ms. Hill. The Axolotl is a fascinating and hysterical little animal; possessing remarkable characteristics and abilities that make it stand out in the animal kingdom. St. John’s student’s have taken it upon themselves to use this animal to define them as a mascot. You will notice that it is a very apt mascot.

Our other unofficial mascot is the platypus. Its looks like a mix-match of different animals, part beaver, part duck and part spiny reptile. All this is to say, we have an interesting image of ourselves.

By Brian Liu

The student writing staff of the johnnie chair blog

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