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Sports In Evansville - Evansville Events Hosted - The Refrigerator Bowl
... From 1948 to 1956, Evanville hosted the annual college football Refrigerator Bowl ... Currently, Evansville is the only city in Indiana to have hosted a college football bowl game ... Date played Winning team Losing team Notes December 4, 1948 Evansville College 13 Missouri Valley College 7 December 3, 1949 Evansville College 22 ...
List Of Programs And Colleges For Non-traditional Students
... Higher Education Rankings by IVRI Agnes Scott College The Irene K ... Woodruff return-to-college program Brown University Returning Undergraduate Educational Program Bryn Mawr College McBride Program Charter Oak State ...
List Of Phrateres Chapters
... A list of chapters of the college organization Phrateres ... Seattle 1970s Gamma 01930-12-01December 1930 Oregon State University Corvallis, Oregon 1968 Delta 01930-12-01December 1930 Whitman College Walla Walla, Washington ? (before 1950) Delta (second) 01950-03-01 ...
State College, Pennsylvania - Infrastructure - Walkability
... Walk Score ranks State College as fifth best walking city (with populations over 18,000) in Pennsylvania ...
Siquijor State College
... Siquijor State College is the only state college in the island province of Siquijor in the Central Visayas Region, Philippines ...

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    Susan B. Anthony (1820–1906)

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