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During freshman orientation in the summer of 2012, the University of Pittsburgh did something very unique to get students acclimated: The institution had them set a world record. In honor of Gene Kelly’s 100th birthday (Kelly being a Pitt alum), … Continue reading
At Eckerd College, you can find peace from the stress of studying right outside your door, as shown in this user-submitted photo of a sunset.<br. Is weather a factor in your college search? Do you think you could concentrate at … Continue reading
A user submitted this photo of the city their college is in. Can you guess what city this is? We’ll give you three hints: One of the city’s many nicknames is, “Titletown.” The third Monday in April is a legal … Continue reading
In 2009, Biola University dedicated an organic garden to campus with the goal of educating students in gardening and local ecology. Here’s a user-submitted photo of the garden. In addition to the produce being used in the cafeteria, the garden … Continue reading
In the spring of 2012, Allegheny College in Meadville, Pa., brought rapper Mac Miller to campus, as depicted in this user-submitted photo. What kind of acts does your college bring to campus? Have you seen any amazing concerts?
A lot of colleges will tell prospective students that when they attend the school, they become a part of the school’s family. It’s a nice thought for high school juniors and seniors looking for an institution where they can belong, … Continue reading
Sometimes, just hearing the term “physics” can put students to sleep. But at Merced College, if you fall asleep during physics, you’re seriously missing out. Check out this user-submitted video of the siege weapon contest, which is part of students’ … Continue reading
At Seattle Community College – Central, students express themselves in and outside of the classroom, as demonstrated in this user-submitted photo. This stairway shows a tape cube that can only be seen clearly when standing in the correct position. What … Continue reading
On Fox’s cult hit “Arrested Development,” Maeby Fünke attended Boston Sunshine Academy, a school that was nontraditional when it came to grades (“I know you got a crocodile in spelling, but this has gone too far”). While Alverno College may … Continue reading