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Question 1: It was constructed in 1987 and paid for in full by ________.
ExxonMobilPhelps DodgeCubaFreeport-McMoRan

Question 2: The university is also home to a number of high profile professors, including Walter Block, the free market economist and anarcho-capitalist associated with the ________.
Ludwig von MisesAustrian SchoolFriedrich von HayekLew Rockwell

Question 3: Loyola University New Orleans was founded by the ________ in 1904 as Loyola College on a section of the Foucher Plantation bought by the Jesuits in 1886.
Congregation of the Most Holy RedeemerConventual FranciscansDominican OrderSociety of Jesus

Question 4: Loyola is organized into colleges specializing in the liberal arts, social and physical sciences and certain ________.
British qualified accountantsProfessionLicensureFirst professional degree

Question 5: Locally, Loyola's biggest rival is the adjacent ________, and the annual basketball game between the two teams is one of biggest athletic events at Loyola.
Southern Methodist UniversityRutgers UniversityTulane UniversityRice University

Question 6: In April 2007, the ________ Institute of Jazz Performance announced its relocation to the College of Music and Fine Arts from the campus of the University of Southern California.
Thelonious MonkMiles DavisJohn ColtraneBud Powell

Question 7: Loyola's ________ opened in 1914.
Legal educationLaw schoolBachelor's degreeJuris Doctor

Question 8: The Maroon has been nominated for the Associated Collegiate Press' ________ six times and won the award in 1983, 1986, 1998, 1999, and 2006.
National Pacemaker AwardsNorthwestern UniversityVanderbilt UniversityTulane University

Question 9: Loyola professors have been recognized nationally and internationally by the Pulitzer Committee, the ________, the National Endowment for the Humanities, and by numerous other associations.
PsychologyNational Science FoundationScientific methodSocial sciences

Question 10: Norman Francis entered the Law School in 1952, becoming the first ________ admitted to the university.
Great Migration (African American)African-American Civil Rights Movement (1955–1968)African AmericanAfrican American culture
















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