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Amherst College Route 9 (Acapella Group)

Amherst College Route 9 is an all-male a cappella group based in Amherst College in Amherst Massachusetts. The group was formed in October 2000 and sings an array of pop songs dating from the 1950s to present day material. Group tours in New Engl ...

                                               

The Octagon at Amherst College

The Octagon at Amherst College was the first natural history museum and observatory on campus. Edward Hitchcock hired Henry A Sykes to build it. It was intended to be unusual, with its elegant dome observatory and the collection of materials rang ...

                                               

Wilder Observatory

Wilder Observatory is an astronomical observatory owned by Amherst College. It is located on Snell Street in Amherst, Massachusetts, United States, and was designed by the architectural firm of McKim, Mead & White. It was renovated in 2001, along ...

                                               

Angelo State University Management Instruction and Research Center

The Angelo State University Management Instruction and Research center was founded in 1975. It is an Agriculture Research Center that concentrates primarily on areas of research involving sheep, goat, and cattle production, range management and i ...

                                               

Antioch University (San Francisco)

Antioch College/West was located in San Francisco, California. Meetings among staff and students at Antioch College in Yellow Springs, OH began in about 1971 discussing the idea of a University Without Walls program in SF to be known as Antioch C ...

                                               

Appalachian State University Department of Technology

The Appropriate Technology AT concentration has been a program in the Technology Department since 1984 and for six years was known as Earth Studies, formerly under the Interdiciplinary Studies Department. It is currently the only program of its k ...

                                               

Dark Sky Observatory

The Dark Sky Observatory is an astronomical observatory owned and operated by Appalachian State University. It is located 9 kilometers east of Deep Gap, North Carolina, off of the Blue Ridge Parkway, and 32 kilometers east of the ASU campus in Bo ...

                                               

Watauga Residential College

Watauga Residential College is a residential college founded at Appalachian State University in 1972. Watauga College was founded to be an "interdisciplinary, experimental, residential, coed alternative for social science and humanities general e ...

                                               

Thoresby House

Thoresby House is one of three Central London residence halls which is owned by The College of Global Studies at Arcadia University. This residence hall is used for the Universitys study abroad programme participants. Mike LoStracco, an American ...

                                               

List of colleges and schools of Arizona State University

This is a list of colleges and schools of Arizona State University. Most of ASUs academic programs are spread across four campuses in the Phoenix Metropolitan Area and ASU Online. The table below indicates enrollment by college, with an indicatio ...

                                               

ASU Foundation

The ASU Foundation, officially known as the ASU Foundation for A New American University, is a nonprofit corporation created to support Arizona State University, located throughout the metropolitan area surrounding Tempe, Arizona. The ASU Foundat ...

                                               

Mary Lou Fulton Institute and Graduate School of Education

The Mary Lou Fulton Institute and Graduate School of Education at Arizona State University was established in 1954 and disestablished in 2010 by Provost Elizabeth Capaldi amidst strong objections from faculty, students, and relevant professional ...

                                               

News21

News21 is a student reporting project created by the Carnegie Corporation of New York and the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, and based at Arizona State Universitys Walter Cronkite School of Journalism. The project aims to, according to C ...

                                               

Palm Walk

The Palm Walk is a pedestrian mall located on Arizona State Universitys Tempe campus that is lined with one hundred and five Mexican fan palms. Running from the foot of the University bridge to the north, to the Student Recreation Complex to the ...

                                               

School of Educational Innovation and Teacher Preparation

School of Educational Innovation and Teacher Preparation, founded in 1998, is located on Arizona State Universitys Polytechnic Campus in Mesa, Arizona.

                                               

University Drive/Rural station

University Dr/Rural, also known as ASU Tempe Campus or simply University for the school and street, is a station on the Metro light rail line in Tempe, Arizona, United States. The station is not actually at the intersection of its named streets, ...

                                               

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ASU Indian Family

                                               

Celestial Observatory

                                               

Girls Domestic Science and Arts Building

The Girls Domestic Science and Arts Building is an academic building on the campus of the Arkansas Tech University in Russellville, Arkansas. It is a 2-1/2 story masonry building, with a tile hip roof, and walls finished in brick and stone. The r ...

                                               

Hughes Hall (Arkansas Tech University)

Hughes Hall is a historic dormitory at the corner of West M and North Glenwood Streets, on the campus of Arkansas Tech University in Russellville, Arkansas. It is a two-story stone building in a U-shaped plan, with a hip roof and stone foundation ...

                                               

Alabama Rural Heritage Center

The Alabama Rural Heritage Center is a regional heritage organization located in Thomaston, Alabama that was established in 1986. It was established by the Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs and local volunteers. The center is c ...

                                               

Ask Foy

The Foy Information Desk, or the Foy Information Line, is a telephone and walk-in information service provided by Auburn University and hosted in the new Student Union building. The service has been in continuous operation since the 1950s. At one ...

                                               

Auburn University College of Architecture, Design, and Construction

Auburn Universitys College of Architecture, Design and Construction is one of fourteen college and schools that comprise Auburn University, a land, sea and space grant institution located in Auburn, Alabama. The CADC offers undergraduate programs ...

                                               

Auburn University Historic District

The Auburn University Historic District comprises the historic core of Auburn University in Alabama. The 14.5-acre district includes buildings built between 1846 and 1951, with a consistent red brick material palette. Buildings in the area includ ...

                                               

Pamplin College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences

The Katherine Reese Pamplin College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences is one of nine colleges and schools at Augusta University, and is the largest with seven departments. It offers a variety of undergraduate degrees, and also an NASPAA-ce ...

                                               

Ball State University College of Communication, Information, and Media

The College of Communication, Information, and Media is a part of Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana. Ball communication building and the David Letterman communication and media building ccim, classrooms, offices, television studios and rad ...

                                               

Ball State University Observatory

The Ball State University Observatory is a collection of five permanently mounted telescopes on the Cooper Science Building on the campus of the Ball State University in Muncie, IN. Its largest telescope is a 16-inch Meade LX200. The observatory ...

                                               

WBSH

                                               

WBSU-TV

                                               

WBSW

                                               

WWHI

WWHI is a non-commercial radio station operated by students of Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana. The station is branded as WCRD "Always Better". The station is operated out of the David Letterman communication and media building on the ca ...

                                               

Baylor University Institute for Oral History

The Baylor University Institute for Oral History, located in Waco, Texas, is a freestanding research department within Baylor Universitys Division of Academic Affairs. The BUIOH creates oral history memoirs by preserving an audio recording and tr ...

                                               

KWBU-FM

KWBU-FM, is a public non-commercial FM radio station in Waco, Texas, serving the greater Brazos Valley region. It is operated by Baylor University, with studios on River Street in Waco. The stations Federal Communications Commission license is he ...

                                               

Moody Memorial Library

Moody Memorial Library is one of the two central libraries at Baylor University located in Waco, Texas. Jesse H. Jones Library is connected to Moody by two hallways and serves as the second of the two central libraries at Baylor. Moody is the lar ...

                                               

The Texas Collection

The Texas Collection is one of the special libraries at Baylor University in Waco, Texas. Situated in the Carroll Library Building, the Texas Collection serves as a collection of various documents, items and artifacts significant to Texas history.

                                               

Texas Hunger Initiative

The Texas Hunger Initiative is a capacity-building, collaborative project dedicated to developing and implementing strategies to end hunger through policy, education, research, community organizing and community development. THI convenes federal, ...

                                               

2014 NCAA Division II Mens Soccer Championship

The 2014 NCAA Division II mens soccer championship featured 35 schools in four unbalanced Super-Regional tournaments involving seven to ten teams each. Super-Regional games were played at campus sites. Section II the College Cup was held at the s ...

                                               

Belmont University College of Law

Belmont University College of Law is a private law school in Nashville, Tennessee. Founded in 2011, the College of Law was accredited by the American Bar Association in 2013, the earliest possible time allowed by accreditation guidelines. Althoug ...

                                               

Chamberlin Springs

Chamberlin Springs is a former recreational site outside of Beloit, Wisconsin, United States, that is now property of Beloit College. Started by Thomas Chrowder Chamberlin, a graduate of Beloit College in 1866, and his brother, John Chamberlin. C ...

                                               

Binghamton Television

Binghamton Television is a television station that operates on the Binghamton University campus. Binghamton Television is the student-run television station, that has been broadcasting on the Universitys cable network for over 30 years.

                                               

Binghamton University Art Museum

The Binghamton University Art Museum is an art museum in Binghamton, New York within Binghamton University. Located on the second floor of the main Fine Arts Building on the campus, the museums permanent collection includes over 3.500 works from ...

                                               

Binghamton University Explorchestra

The Binghamton University Explorchestra, is a composers orchestra based in Binghamton University in Binghamton, New York. The ensemble performs exclusively original music. Founded in 2009, James Meyer, Maxim Pekarsky, and Manar Alherech then the ...

                                               

SEFF Binghamton: Student Experimental Film Festival in Binghamton

The Student Experimental Film Festival in Binghamton, also known as SEFF Binghamton, is an annual film festival in Binghamton, NY. The film festival features short experimental films made by students from around the country. The film festival is ...

                                               

WHRW

WHRW is Binghamton Universitys non-profit, student run, free format radio station. Licensed to Binghamton, New York, United States, the station serves the New York college area. The station is owned by Binghamton University. The station has opera ...

                                               

List of Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania alumni

Prominent alumni of Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania in Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania include: Henry Hynoski, the Super bowl champion new York giants Lou Barletta. (Лу Барлетта) Kelly Lewis. (Келли Льюис) Gabriel J. Campana. (Габриэль Джей Кампан ...

                                               

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History of Boise State University

Boise State University was founded in 1932 as Boise Junior College by the Episcopal Church. After two years the school became independent, and in 1940 it moved from St. Margarets Hall to its present site, along the south bank of the Boise River, ...

                                               

KBSK

KBSK is a radio station licensed to McCall, Idaho. The station is owned by Boise State University, and is affiliated with Boise State Public Radio. KBSK airs a jazz format. Programming stations also airs on the HD Radio subchannels in KBSU-FM in ...

                                               

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Pino - logical board game which is based on tactics and strategy. In general this is a remix of chess, checkers and corners. The game develops imagination, concentration, teaches how to solve tasks, plan their own actions and of course to think logically. It does not matter how much pieces you have, the main thing is how they are placement!

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