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Ocean State Cup

The ocean State Cup awarded to each winner of the quadrangular season of all sports a series of four island division I schools, brown bears, Bryant bulldogs, Providence monks and the Rhode island Rams. In case of a tie, the reward total, but the ...


Brown Bears softball


Brown Bears soccer


Brown Bears cross country


Brown Bears gymnastics


Brown Bears lacrosse


Brown Bears swimming and diving


Brown Bears tennis


Brown Bears mens water polo


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Brown University faculty


Columbia Lions softball

Columbia University lions collective athletic teams and their members from Columbia University, an Ivy League Institute in new York, USA. The current Director of athletics, Peter pilling.


Columbia Lions softball


Columbia Lions lacrosse


Columbia Lions squash


Columbia Lions swimming and diving


Columbia Lions tennis


Columbia Lions volleyball


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Havemeyer Hall

It was built between 1896 and 1898 under the leadership of Charles Frederick Chandler and named after Columbia University Frederick Christian Havemeyer family member, sir. The building is one of the six original buildings on campus Morningside he ...


Pupin Hall

Laboratory of physics, Pupin, also known as Pupin hall is home to the physics and astronomy departments at Columbia University in new York. The building is located on the South side of 120th street, East of Broadway. In 1965, Pupin was named a Na ...


NY College of Physicians and Surgeons alumni


Columbia Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation faculty


Columbia University faculty


Center on Global Energy Policy

The center on global energy policy is a research centre located at the School of international and public Affairs, Columbia University. The Director of the centers Jason Bordoff.


Cornell Big Red softball

Cornell big red is the informal name of the sports teams and other competitive teams, which represent Cornell University located in Ithaca, new York. The University sponsors 36 student activities, as well as numerous domestic and club teams. Corn ...


Cornell Big Red Pep Band

Cornell big red PEP band, Cornell University student-run incendiary group that performs primarily at Cornell mens ice hockey, with frequent appearances at womens ice hockey, mens and womens lacrosse and basketball, and occasional appearances in o ...


Cornell Big Red softball


Cornell Big Red squash


Cornell Big Red tennis


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Cornell University Board of Trustees

The Board of Trustees of Cornell University is the Board of Trustees of Cornell University, a private Ivy League University located in Ithaca, new York. The Board is vested with "Supreme control" over the entire University, in accordance with the ...


Cornell University faculty


Dartmouth Big Green softball

Dartmouth College big green Varsity and club sports teams from Dartmouth College, an American University located in Hanover, new Hampshire. Dartmouths teams compete in the Ivy League conference National division collegiate athletic Association an ...


Dartmouth Big Green softball


Dartmouth Big Green swimming and diving

The Dartmouth mens swimming and diving, which began in 1920, is one of the oldest programs in College swimming in the United States. The team competes for Dartmouth College in the Ivy League. The group will begin training in mid-September until t ...


Dartmouth Big Green cross country


Dartmouth Big Green skiing


Dartmouth Big Green softball


Dartmouth Big Green swimming and diving


Dartmouth Big Green tennis


Dartmouth Big Green wrestling


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Dartmouth College football team seasons


The Green (Dartmouth College)

Green-grass field covered and the total space in the center of Dartmouth College, an Ivy League University located in Hanover, new Hampshire, USA. He was one of the first plots of land received from the College since its founding in 1769, and is ...


Moosilauke Ravine Lodge

Moosilauke ravine Lodge is a cottage complex at the foot of mount Moosilauke in the white mountains of new Hampshire. It is owned and operated by Dartmouth College and open to the public from April to November. Lodges were closed during the year ...


Second College Grant, New Hampshire

Second College grant is a township located in Coos County, new Hampshire, USA. The area of the village is owned and operated by Dartmouth College. According to the 2010 census, the grant had a total population of zero. Trails and cabins are avail ...


Dartmouth Skiway

The Dartmouth skiway is a ski resort located about twenty minutes North of Dartmouth College in Lyme, state of new Hampshire. It has thirty trails from easiest to most difficult on more than 100 acres of skiing area.


Dartmouth College faculty


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