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Pembroke College, Cambridge: Quiz

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Question 1: Pembroke College is a constituent college of the University of Cambridge, ________.
United KingdomScotlandEnglandWales

Question 2: The college's current master, Sir Richard Dearlove, was previously the head of the United Kingdom's ________.
Government Communications HeadquartersDefence Intelligence StaffSecret Intelligence ServiceMI5

Question 3: The Hall was rebuilt in 1875–6 by ________ after he had declared the medieval Hall unsafe.
Alfred WaterhouseLondonEnglandManchester

Question 4: Pembroke is Cambridge's 2nd ________ College (after St Catharine's), and is also committed to serving local produce and sustainable fish where possible.
International Fairtrade Certification MarkFairtrade certificationFLO InternationalFair trade

Question 5: On Christmas Eve 1347, Edward III granted Marie de St Pol, widow of the Earl of Pembroke, the licence for the foundation of a new educational establishment in the young university at ________.
PeterboroughCambridgeYorkNorwich

Question 6: Not only is Pembroke College home of the first chapel designed by Sir ________, but it is also one of the Cambridge colleges to have produced a British prime minister, William Pitt the Younger.
Royal SocietyChristopher WrenRobert HookeIsaac Newton

Question 7: In 1981, a decade after the merger of Pembroke College into Brown University, the ________ was named in honour of Pembroke College and the history of women's efforts to gain access to higher education.
Pembroke Center for Teaching and Research on WomenJohn Hay LibraryChattertocksThe Brown Daily Herald







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