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Question 1: Students attending Texas A&M University at Galveston have many benefits of students attending the ________ campus.
Waco, TexasBryan, TexasCollege Station, TexasLaredo, Texas

Question 2: Built by Upper Clyde Shipbuilders of ________, Scotland in 1970, the new vessel was named the Texas Clipper II as per tradition.

Question 3: ________ • University of Texas at Austin • University of Texas at Brownsville • University of Texas at Dallas • University of Texas at El Paso • University of Texas–Pan American • University of Texas of the Permian Basin • University of Texas at San Antonio • University of Texas at Tyler
Texas A&M UniversityUniversity of North TexasUniversity of Texas at ArlingtonUniversity of Houston

Question 4: Campus life is enhanced by the cultural and social activities in ________ and incorporates many of the advantages of living on the coast of the Gulf of Mexico.
Galveston, TexasRichmond, TexasHempstead, TexasConroe, Texas

Question 5: This is forcing the University to look to the other state maritime academies (________ from 2006-2009) to help fulfill the summer cruise requirements until the work on the Sirius is completed.
California State Polytechnic University, PomonaCalifornia Maritime AcademyCalifornia State University, East BayCalifornia State University, Long Beach

Question 6: Previously named the SS Excambion when sailed by ________, the vessel was renamed the Texas Clipper because of its rounded (or clipper) stern.
JapanUnited StatesAmerican Export-Isbrandtsen LinesUSS Queens (APA-103)

Question 7: During the fall of 2005, the Sirius served in New Orleans for Katrina relief, from September 10th until November 29th and at ________ for Rita relief until March 2nd.
Alexandria, LouisianaSulphur, LouisianaLake Charles, LouisianaLafayette, Louisiana

Question 8: It is the home of the Texas Maritime Academy and has a Navy-option-only ________ unit on campus.
United States Naval AcademyNaval Reserve Officer Training CorpsUnited States armed forcesUnited States Navy


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