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Virginia Union University: Quiz


Question 1: Virginia Union University at the ________
Open Directory ProjectJim BarksdaleLife (magazine)Time Warner

Question 2: Virginia Union's gymnasium, Barco-Stevens Hall, is located in the former Belgian Pavilion from the 1939/1940 World's Fair in ________.
New JerseyConnecticutNew YorkMassachusetts

Question 3: Separate branches of the National Theological Institute were set up in Washington, D.C. and ________, with classes beginning in 1867.
Norfolk, VirginiaRichmond, VirginiaVirginia BeachNewport News, Virginia

Question 4: Seeking to empower students for the pursuit of life-long learning, the University provides comprehensive undergraduate liberal arts programs and graduate education for ________ ministries.
ChristianCatholic ChurchChristianityJesus

Question 5: An historically black university, Virginia Union University embraces the uniqueness and contributions of the ________, celebrating the value of cultural and intellectual diversity.
Afro-Latin AmericanAfricana womanismUnited StatesAfrican diaspora

Question 6: It was formed in 1899 by the merger of two older schools, Richmond Theological Institute and Wayland Seminary, each founded after the end of ________ by the American Baptist Home Mission Society.
TennesseeAmerican Civil WarBleeding KansasUnited States

Question 7: Francis Wayland, former president of ________ and a leader in the anti-slavery struggle.
Yale UniversityHarvard UniversityPrinceton UniversityBrown University

Question 8: Virginia Union University (VUU) is a historically black university located in ________.
Norfolk, VirginiaNewport News, VirginiaRichmond, VirginiaVirginia Beach

Question 9: By late 1865, the American Civil War was over, which ended ________ in America.
Universal suffrageRacismAntisemitismSlavery

Question 10: The team has also captured the ________ conference championship 20 times.
Historically black colleges and universitiesSouthern Intercollegiate Athletic ConferenceMid-Eastern Athletic ConferenceCentral Intercollegiate Athletic Association

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