The Red and White was published by the students of St. John’s College, Brooklyn between 1921 and 1922. This magazine contains news and opinion articles, literary and poetic works, and humor by students, as well as news about the college’s sports and other extracurricular groups, students, alumni, and faculty. Also featured are class prophecies and class histories in the June 1921 and June 1922 issues.
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