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Question 1: Often cited for its beauty,[9] the campus design is notable for its stone ________ buildings, thirteen of which are currently listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Romanesque architectureGothic architectureGothic Revival architectureRenaissance architecture

Question 2: [11] Some of the nearly 30 majors include Economics and Business Administration, ________, Political Science, English, and International Studies.
OrganismEcologyBiologyLife

Question 3: ________ '30, U.S. Supreme Court justice (1965–1969) & President Lyndon Johnson's nominee for Chief Justice of the United States.
Abe FortasWilliam O. DouglasEarl WarrenArthur Goldberg

Question 4: Rhodes College is a four-year, private, perennial top tier liberal arts college located in Memphis, ________, USA.
ArkansasGeorgia (U.S. state)AlabamaTennessee

Question 5: ________ '67, author; Publisher, John Boswell Associates
HomosexualityReligion and homosexualityJohn BoswellChristianity and homosexuality

Question 6: The college mascot is the ________ and the school colors are red and black.
Red FoxBrown BearEurasian LynxLynx

Question 7: [2] The acceptance rates of Rhodes alumni to law and ________ are around 95%, and the acceptance rate to medical schools is nearly twice the national average.
INSEADBusiness schoolFundação Getúlio VargasBachelor's degree

Question 8: In 1925, president Charles Diehl led the move to the present campus in Memphis, Tennessee (the Clarksville campus would later become ________).
Austin Peay State UniversityEast Tennessee State UniversityTennessee Technological UniversityTennessee State University

Question 9: The campus covers a 100-acre (0.40 km2) tract in midtown Memphis across from Overton Park and the ________.
Nicholas Gotten HouseMemphis ZooMemphis, TennesseeWolf River (Tennessee)

Question 10: Mark D. West '89, ________ Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Nippon Life Professor of Law
University of Michigan School of EducationUniversity of Michigan Law SchoolGerald R. Ford School of Public PolicyRoss School of Business







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