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Western Washington University: Quiz


Question 1: William Dietrich (1973), author, journalist and 1990 ________ winner for National Reporting
1985 Pulitzer Prize1999 Pulitzer PrizePulitzer Prize for FictionPulitzer Prize

Question 2: Western Washington University (WWU or Western) is one of six state-funded, four-year universities of higher education in the ________ of Washington.
ConnecticutColoradoMassachusettsU.S. state

Question 3: "Feats of Strength" (1999), by ________
Tom OtternessNew York City SubwayBrooklynLife Underground

Question 4: Douglas Massey (1974), sociologist, ________
Harvard UniversityPrinceton TigersRutgers UniversityPrinceton University

Question 5: Western is an ________ Division II school, meaning that limited athletic scholarships are awarded.
Big Ten ConferenceCollege soccerNational Collegiate Athletic AssociationCollege basketball

Question 6: ________ is the only recognized fraternity.
Alpha Kappa PsiTheta TauGamma Iota SigmaPhi Alpha Delta

Question 7: Nick Harmer (1998), bass, ________
Plans (album)Narrow StairsTransatlanticismDeath Cab for Cutie

Question 8: Also during this time, Fairhaven College was founded (1967), with non-traditional education methods that would serve as a model for The Evergreen State College in ________.
Des Moines, WashingtonBainbridge Island, WashingtonShelton, WashingtonOlympia, Washington

Question 9: "Mindseye" (1978), by ________
Lyman KippAbstract expressionismMark di SuveroKenneth Snelson

Question 10: Western was established as the New Whatcom Normal School, a teachers' school for women, by Phoebe Judson in ________.
Lynden, WashingtonSumas, WashingtonBellingham, WashingtonFerndale, Washington

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