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WVUR-FM

WVUR-FM, The Source 95 is the student-run college radio station of Valparaiso University in Valparaiso, Indiana. It broadcasts at 95.1 MHz FM and streams online at WVURs website. The station features a range of students, staff, members of the pub ...

                                               

Arboretum Villanova

Arboretum Villanova is the former name of a 222-acre arboretum located throughout the campus of Villanova University in Villanova, Pennsylvania. It is open to the public daily without charge. Designated an arboretum in 1993, has since lost this d ...

                                               

WXVU

WXVU, known as Villanova University Radio, is a college radio station which is broadcast in the Philadelphia area via a 100-watt transmitter that covers an 8-mile radius around the Villanova University campus. WXVU offers a variety of music, news ...

                                               

WVUB

WVUB is a radio station in Vincennes, Indiana. It is licensed to Vincennes University and operates out of Davis Hall on the Vincennes University Main Campus. Its calls stand for V incennes U niversity B roadcasting. Its transmitter is located app ...

                                               

VCU School of Nursing

The School of Nursing at Virginia Commonwealth University offers academic programs from the baccalaureate to the doctoral level. Established in 1893, the School is part of a leading academic health sciences center on the MCV Campus. Programs incl ...

                                               

West Franklin Street Historic District

The West Franklin Street Historic District is a national historic district located at Richmond, Virginia. It is located along the northern boundary of the Fan district. The district encompasses 71 contributing buildings built between about 1870 a ...

                                               

Hahn Horticulture Garden

The Peggy Lee Hahn Horticulture Garden, formerly the Virginia Tech Horticulture Garden, is a horticulture garden located on the Virginia Tech campus on Washington Street SW, Blacksburg, Virginia, United States. The largest public garden in wester ...

                                               

Radio IQ

                                               

Stroubles Creek

Stroubles Creek is an approximately 12-mile-long stream that runs through the town of Blacksburg, the Virginia Tech campus, and Montgomery County, Virginia until it empties into the New River. Most of the sections of Stroubles Creek that flow thr ...

                                               

System G (supercomputer)

System G is a cluster supercomputer at Virginia Tech consisting of 324 Apple Mac Pro computers with a total of 2592 processing cores. It was finished in November 2008 and ranked 279 in that months edition of TOP500, running at 16.78 teraflops and ...

                                               

Tech Talk Live

Tech Talk Live is a weekly radio show, hosted by Hokies play-by-play announcer Bill Roth, dedicated to discussion of Virginia Tech Hokies football and mens basketball. The show airs every Monday night at 7pm during the school year.

                                               

The Educational Media Company at Virginia Tech

The Educational Media Company at Virginia Tech is an independent governing body over student mass media organizations of the Virginia Tech campus. The EMCVT board of directors is made up of Virginia Tech faculty and staff, students, and members o ...

                                               

Virginia Tech College of Architecture and Urban Studies

The College of Architecture and Urban Studies at Virginia Tech consists of four schools, including the School of Architecture + Design, which consistently ranks among the best in the country. Headquartered in Blacksburg, Virginia, the college als ...

                                               

Virginia Tech College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences

The College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences at Virginia Tech comprises two schools, 12 departments, and three ROTC programs. The college also has connections to research facilities and local community service organizations through which studen ...

                                               

Virginia Tech College of Natural Resources and Environment

The College of Natural Resources and Environment at Virginia Tech contains academic programs in forestry, fisheries, wildlife sciences, geography, and wood science. The college contains four departments as well as a graduate program in the Nation ...

                                               

Virginia Tech College of Science

The College of Science at Virginia Tech contains academic programs in eight departments: biology, chemistry, economics, geosciences, mathematics, physics, psychology, and statistics, as well as programs in the School of Neuroscience and the Acade ...

                                               

Virginia Tech Corporate Research Center

The Virginia Tech Corporate Research Center, known locally as the Corporate Research Center or the CRC or VTCRC, is a science park on the Virginia Tech campus in Blacksburg, Virginia, comprising 33 completed buildings on 230 acres of land. The CR ...

                                               

Virginia Tech Corps of Cadets

The Virginia Tech Corps of Cadets is the military component of the student body at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. Cadets live together in residence halls, attend morning formation, wear a distinctive uniform, and receive an ...

                                               

Virginia Tech Foundation

The Virginia Tech Foundation is a 501 nonprofit nonstock corporation established in 1948 to receive, manage, and disburse private gifts in support of Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University programs. The purpose of the foundation is t ...

                                               

Virginia Tech School of Public and International Affairs

The School of Public and International Affairs at Virginia Tech offers graduate and undergraduate education in the fields of public administration, public policy, international affairs, urban affairs, and urban & regional planning. It has three c ...

                                               

W201CN

                                               

Washington-Alexandria Architecture Center

The Washington-Alexandria Architecture Center, is an extension center of Virginia Techs College of Architecture and Urban Studies, located in Old Town Alexandria. It houses the Master of Architecture, Master of Landscape Architecture, and Undergr ...

                                               

Richmond Theological Institute

Richmond Theological Seminary was a higher education institution in Richmond, Virginia, serving former slaves after the American Civil War. It had its beginnings in November 1865 when the American Baptist Home Mission Society sponsored Joseph Get ...

                                               

James R Scales Fine Arts Center

The Scales Fine Arts Center is home to Wake Forest Universitys performing and visual arts departments. Named in 1979 in honor of James Ralph Scales, 11th President of Wake forest, the property consists of two sections that are now called the lowe ...

                                               

Reynolda Village

Reynolda Village is a shopping and business complex in Winston-Salem, North Carolina created from the servant and agricultural buildings of the former R. J. Reynolds estate, Reynolda. At present, it is owned and operated by Wake Forest University ...

                                               

K237CO

                                               

Crane Observatory

                                               

Elmina White Honors Hall

The Elmina White Honors Hall was designed by Stanley Smith, the head of the architecture department at Washington State University, and completed in 1928. It was later remodeled into student housing and faculty offices in 2001, costing.3 million. ...

                                               

Jewett Observatory

The James Richard Jewett Observatory is an astronomical observatory owned and operated by Washington State University. It is located in Pullman, Washington. It houses the largest refracting telescope in the state of Washington. The 12-inch lens w ...

                                               

North–South Ski Bowl

North–South Ski Bowl was a modest ski area in the western United States, located in northern Idaho in the Hoodoo Mountains of southern Benewah County. Its bowl-shaped slope in the Idaho Panhandle national forest has faced in the North-East and th ...

                                               

Northwest Public Radio

Northwest Public Radio is the public radio service of Washington State University. It is an affiliate of National Public Radio, Public Radio International and American Public Media. It operates 19 radio stations and 13 translators across Washingt ...

                                               

Regents Hill

The Regents Hill residential complex, designed by Paul Thiry and completed in 1952, was the first International Style building on what is today the Washington State University campus. It is one of the many dormitories on the Washington State Univ ...

                                               

Scott Coman Hall

Scott Hall and Coman Hall are connected via a walkway that extends from Scotts first floor to Comans lower level. Scott Coman Hall was completed in 1958 and was designed by Paul Thiry. With a few exceptions, Scott and Coman halls are designed as ...

                                               

Washington State Route 270

State Route 270 is a state highway in Whitman County, Washington, United States. It connects the city of Pullman to U.S. Route 195 at its west end and Idaho State Highway 8 near Moscow, Idaho, at its east end. The 10-mile-long highway is one of t ...

                                               

Washington State University Extension Energy Program

The Washington State University Energy Program is a self-supported department within the University. The program staff include engineers, energy specialists, technical experts, software developers, and research librarians. The main office is loca ...

                                               

Danto Engineering Development Center

Danto Engineering Development Center is an academic learning center is attached to the College of Engineering building at Wayne State University. It is Located at 5050 Anthony Street in Detroit, Michigan on the Wayne State main campus, and it is ...

                                               

David Adamany Undergraduate Library

David Adamany Undergraduate Library is one of Wayne State University’s largest libraries built in 1997 named after the university’s 8th president, David Adamany.

                                               

The Frederick Linsell House

The Frederick Linsell House of Fine Performing and Communication Arts is a landmark building on the campus of Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan. Originally located on the corner of 2nd and Putnam, the two-story Georgian style home was c ...

                                               

Mackenzie House (Wayne State University)

                                               

Purdy-Kresge Library

Purdy-Kresge Library is a library on the main campus of Wayne State University and is the main research library for the social sciences, humanities, arts education, and business fields. The library is located at 5265 Cass Ave Detroit, Michigan 48 ...

                                               

Wayne State University Student Center

The Student Center is a building located on the main campus of Wayne State University. It provides different services and lounging areas to students and faculty.

                                               

Roger Williams Ballpark

Roger Williams Ballpark is a baseball venue located in Weatherford, TX. It was the home of the TCL Weatherford Wranglers from 2004 to 2007. The field is also the home of the Weatherford College Coyotes baseball team.

                                               

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List of Webster University alumni

Benjamin Gilmore - Masters 2018, Retired U.S. Army Sergeant First Class. Assistant Facilities Operations Specialist Smithsonian Institution National Natural History Museum Erin Bode – jazz musician. Rich Anderson b. 1955 – MA 1982, member of the ...

                                               

List of Webster University campus locations

A campus location provides student services and offers all classes a student would need to complete a degree. Webster University operates the following campus locations throughout the United States: Webster University maintains 10 campuses around ...

                                               

West Chester State College Quadrangle Historic District

West Chester State College Quadrangle Historic District, also known as the Quadrangle Historic District, is a group of historic academic buildings and national historic district located on the campus of West Chester University of Pennsylvania in ...

                                               

History of West Virginia University

West Virginia University is a public research university in Morgantown, West Virginia, USA. Founded as an agricultural college, WVU has developed into a major research university with an emphasis in neurosciences, forensics, and biometrics.

                                               

West Virginia Mountaineer

The West Virginia Mountaineer is the official mascot of West Virginia University. Selected annually since the 1930s from the university’s student body, the mascot is a popular tradition at the school. The Mountaineer appears in a buckskin costume ...

                                               

WWVU-FM

WWVU-FM is a College formatted broadcast radio station licensed to Morgantown, West Virginia, serving Eastern Monongalia County, West Virginia. WWVU-FM is owned and operated by West Virginia University.

                                               

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