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Question 1: [89] The ________ was WMAZ, which stood for “Watch Mercer Attain Zenith”.
Marconi StationCall signAustraliaUnited States

Question 2: The school is consistently recognized for its focus on family medicine, and in 2005, ________ ranked the school 17th out of 126 accredited medical schools in the family medicine category.
The AtlanticU.S. News & World ReportNational ReviewNewsweek

Question 3: The student-run station operated from the tower of Willingham Chapel until 1927 when Mercer gave WMAZ to the Macon ________.
Richard NixonUnited StatesGerald FordUnited States Junior Chamber

Question 4: [15] Mercer offered ________ liberal arts education in Atlanta until 1990 when the college closed.
Academic degreeDoctorateBachelor's degreeUndergraduate education

Question 5: [79] The name change reflects additional health science programs, including a ________ program, offered by the college.
MedicineGeneral practitionerEmergency medicinePhysician assistant

Question 6: McAfee's curriculum is not directed by the Georgia Baptist Convention or ________.
Southeastern Baptist Theological SeminarySouthern Baptist ConventionSouthwestern Baptist Theological SeminaryLouisiana College

Question 7: The four other finalists were Lute Olson (Arizona), Skip Prosser (Wake Forest), ________ (Wisconsin), and Tubby Smith (Kentucky).
Kohl CenterGrateful RedBo RyanWisconsin Badgers men's basketball

Question 8: Such universities include ________, Stetson University, the University of Richmond, and Wake Forest University.
Presbyterian CollegeDePauw UniversityDavidson CollegeFurman University

Question 9: The American Baptist Historical Society (ABHS), with the largest and most diverse collection of ________ historical materials and archives in the world, is located on the Atlanta campus.
Christian denominationChristianityEcumenismBaptist

Question 10: Atlanta Baptist College was founded in 1968 under the leadership of Dr. Monroe F. Swilley, a prominent ________ educator.
Christian denominationBaptistChristianityEcumenism
















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