Places Known For

small liberal


Yankton, South Dakota

Association of Congregational Churches in Dakota Territory voted in May 1881 to establish “Pilgrim College” in Yankton, which was to be the first private institution of higher learning in Dakota. Karolevitz (1972), pp. 99-100. When the college was incorporated in August 1881, the name had been changed to “Yankton College”. Classes commenced in October 1882, and Yankton College played a prominent role in the city for over 100 years. Then, in 1983, the small liberal arts

, and the bridge is now known as the Discovery Bridge (Discovery Bridge (Yankton)). '''Yankton College''' was a small liberal arts college in Yankton (Yankton, South Dakota), South Dakota, affiliated with the Congregational Christian Churches (later the United Church of Christ). '''Jack McCall''' (Garret Dillahunt) was a drunkard who shot Hickok in the back of the head as he played poker. McCall was found not guilty by a hurried


Mutare

, Vol. 47 Issue 12, pA76, 1p, Ohio Wesleyan University. In a study adjusted for school size, Ohio Wesleyan came ninth among 118 American colleges and universities in total aid awards to international students and 69th in average award per international student among both large universities and small liberal arts colleges.


Prescott, Arizona

controversy. While Prescott is known for its western and cowboy feel, it is also the home of Prescott College, a small liberal arts college located just west of the downtown area that emphasizes environmental and social justice. In recent years Prescott College has fostered The Catalyst Infoshop (an Anarchist Free Space), Karma Farms (a community garden program), a local farmers market, as well as many other establishments. It is a non-profit organization which has an undergraduate body


Peterborough, Ontario

, which includes Peterborough. It presently operates 41 elementary schools and eight secondary schools, of which the only school in Peterborough is the elementary school Monseigneur-Jamot (École élémentaire catholique Monseigneur-Jamot). Post-secondary institutions Trent University


Eugene, Oregon

the actual contents of the volumes, and that makes it a better article than it would be without the list. Great Books and Educational perennialism are significant, and St. John's is notable as a ''reasonably'' well-known, successful, well-regarded institution that actually puts these ideas into practice. I don't think the detailed curriculum of any old "good small liberal-arts school" like Haverford College or Reed College would be notable, and I don't think St. John's


Anchorage, Alaska

University''' ('''APU''') (formerly '''Alaska Methodist University''') is a small liberal arts college located in Anchorage (Anchorage, Alaska), Alaska, that emphasizes experiential and active learning. The university is a member of the Eco League, a group of five small universities and colleges with strong programs in Psychology and Environmental Studies as well as related topics. Among the cities with art-oriented First Friday events are: Albany (Albany, New York), Anchorage


Akron, Ohio

. Harold Anderson''' (September 11, 1902 – June 13, 1967) was a college men's basketball coach at Bowling Green State University and the University of Toledo. As a player, he played at Otterbein College, a small liberal arts college outside of Columbus, Ohio. As a coach, he was one of the first to win more than 500 games on the collegiate level. While pioneering the run and gun, up-tempo style of play, the Akron, Ohio native Anderson developed a host of All


Columbus, Ohio

coach at Bowling Green State University and the University of Toledo. As a player, he played at Otterbein College, a small liberal arts college outside of Columbus, Ohio. As a coach, he was one of the first to win more than 500 games on the collegiate level. While pioneering the run and gun, up-tempo style of play, the Akron, Ohio native Anderson developed a host of All-America athletes, the most prominent being Nate Thurmond. Beginning in 2004, ''Mestawet


Zimbabwe

Wesleyan came ninth among 118 American colleges and universities in total aid awards to international students and 69th in average award per international student among both large universities and small liberal arts colleges.


Prague

, the crucial railway going to east Slovakia (Kassa-Oderberg railway (Košice-Bohumín Railway)) went through the region and access to the railway was vital: Žáček 2004, 314. newly-formed Czechoslovakia was at war with the Hungarian Soviet Republic over control over Slovakia. This set the stage for conflict. The '''SNK European Democrats''' ( ), is a small liberal conservative (Liberal conservatism) political party


Copyright (C) 2015-2017 PlacesKnownFor.com
Last modified: Tue Oct 10 05:56:30 EDT 2017