St Edmund Hall
ESTABLISHED c 1278
St Edmund Hall is the oldest medieval hall of Oxford University. It is a mixed college but only since 1979. For seven centuries it was an all male college. There's a medieval well in the first quadrangle. St Edmund himself is thought to have drawn water from this very well.Previous members of St Edmund's Hall are called 'Aularians'.
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