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5 Best State Universities to Attend


Students wanting to pursue higher education and earn post-secondary degrees or diplomas have a lot of choices in the United States. They can go to a community or junior college, a private college, online school, or public or state university. A state university or state college, as the name suggests, is funded by the state […]

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Astonishing “Ivy League” History Facts


There are eight (8) Ivy League schools in the United States. But why are they called the “Ivy League”? What makes them such prestigious and famous Colleges? Also, what does it take to be part of this exclusive club? 8 Ivy League Schools Harvard University Yale University Cornell University Columbia University University of Pennsylvania Princeton University […]

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5 Amazing Facts You Didn’t Know About Harvard


Here’s 5 fun and amazing facts you probably didn’t know about Harvard University. Its not what you think. (there’s actually way more than 5 and most likely you don’t know all of them) Harvard is one of the Ivy League schools that’s home to such famous personalities like Barack Obama, John F. Kennedy, Mark Zuckerberg, […]

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Appalachian State University Joins “The Campus Program” to Prevent Young Adult Deaths


The National Center for Health Statistics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention identified, in a past report, that there were two major causes of death among young adults: injuries from drug overdose or alcohol poisoning, and suicide. In order to address these issues, the Appalachian State University is partnering with The Campus Program […]

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Boston University Tanglewood Institute to Celebrate 50th Anniversary With Over 70 Performances


Boston University Tanglewood Institute (BUTI) is a program of the Boston University College of Fine Arts and this year will be its golden (50th) anniversary, with over 70 performances made available for guests and participants. The institute is recognized globally as a summer training program for amateur aspiring musicians, with aid from the Boston Symphony […]

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