Which virginia college campus closely resembles/or is like that of Lewis and Clark College?

Question by Kio Moss: Which virginia college campus closely resembles/or is like that of Lewis and Clark College?
I actually wanted to go to Lewis & Clark College, but the problem is, I live in Virginia. I’m wondering if there are any colleges in Virginia like that school. Nice small college, lots of green, you know? That Portland, Oregon type of feel!

Best answer:

Answer by Mike
There are a lot of colleges in Virginia like that.

Look into:
William and Mary in Williamsburg
Old Dominion in Norfolk
or
University of Richmond

My guess out of those three for you would be Old Dominion, but it may be different.

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Soulforce Equality Ride-Patrick Henry College: Marching to Campus

Soulforce Equality Ride-Patrick Henry College: Marching to Campus
Colleges In Virginia
Image by quixoticlife
More than 50 Riders and community members showed up to Patrick Henry College.

The Soulforce Equality Ride traveled to Patrick Henry College in Purcellville, Virginia, to attempt to dialogue with students about the college’s religious-based discrimination against gay, lesbian, bisexual, queer and transgender students. The Riders and dozens of community members, who were committed to and trained for nonviolence, were barred from campus and met with more than 100 armed state police.

For coverage and an excellent short video on the nonviolent vigil for queer rights at Patrick Henry College, see "Young, Gay Christians, On a Bumpy Bus Ride," in The Washington Post, April 13, 2007. An account and video from a Rider is available at www.interstateq.com/archives/1978/, and more photos can be found at www.adambritt.net/photos/Events/PHC.html.

Soulforce Equality Ride-Patrick Henry College: Marching to Campus

Soulforce Equality Ride-Patrick Henry College: Marching to Campus
Colleges In Virginia
Image by quixoticlife
More than 50 Riders and community members showed up to Patrick Henry College.

The Soulforce Equality Ride traveled to Patrick Henry College in Purcellville, Virginia, to attempt to dialogue with students about the college’s religious-based discrimination against gay, lesbian, bisexual, queer and transgender students. The Riders and dozens of community members, who were committed to and trained for nonviolence, were barred from campus and met with more than 100 armed state police.

For coverage and an excellent short video on the nonviolent vigil for queer rights at Patrick Henry College, see "Young, Gay Christians, On a Bumpy Bus Ride," in The Washington Post, April 13, 2007. An account and video from a Rider is available at www.interstateq.com/archives/1978/, and more photos can be found at www.adambritt.net/photos/Events/PHC.html.

Virginia Tech alumnus testifies against guns on campus bill, Texas House

John Woods lost his girlfriend, Maxine Turner, in the April 16, 2007 mass shooting at Virginia Tech. He testifies before the House Homeland Security & Public Safety Committee of the Texas House of Representatives, against a bill that would force colleges and universities to allow guns in classrooms (82(R) HB 750).
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Marshall University (WV) (Campus History Series)

Marshall University (WV) (Campus History Series)

In 1837, the people of Guyandotte, then a village on the Virginia frontier, resolved to open a school for their sons and daughters. Tradition says local lawyer John Laidley convinced his neighbors to name the school for his friend, Chief Justice John Marshall. The one-room log cabin that housed those first students soon gave way to a two-story brick building that, with various additions over the years, became the school’s Old Main. For decades, the cherished landmark has stood like a proud sentinel, watching Marshall grow and evolve into a major university with an enrollment over 16,000. This remarkable volume, with more than 200 historic photographs from the Marshall archives, chronicles the dramatic Marshall saga.

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So nervous, chances of getting into University of Pittsburgh Main Campus?

Question by pentangeli1992: So nervous, chances of getting into University of Pittsburgh Main Campus?
I live in Pittsburgh, My mom and grandma both went to Pitt. I have around a 3.5 GPA now and will have a 3.75-3.8 by the end of the year. SAT 1090 CR + Math, 1690 Total, I took 1 AP and all Honors Classes through out my Highschool Career. I Am the Regional President Of BBYO Which is a Non Profit Teen Lead Organization. I have gone to several Leadership Training Camps, I am also in Several Clubs at school. I also Volunteer every week with two organizations for special education teens. I am Also Duel Enrolled at Pitt for one class.

Organizations I have been or am part of:
*BBYO- I started in BBYO my 9th Grade year and went up the ranks as time went on. I started off as my local Chapters Vice President of Communications, then was elected My Chapters President. In My Junior Year I was elected the Regional President of Keystone Mountain Region BBYO (Jewish Youth Teen Lead Youth Organization) which was Pennsylvania and West Virginia. I will hold this position throughout my Senior year. This is the highest position you can hold on a State level.
*Teen Connection- Youth Organization where I was involved for 3 straight years. I made sure events went well for all active and prospective members as a Regional Board Member.
*NFTY- A Reform Jewish Teen Group
*Jewish Student Union
*Stand UP! – Was a Representative for Pittsburgh in an international Organizational Initiative to “Stand Up” for world issues and to help ones own causes.
*Invisible Children- a World Wide Non Profit Organization who’s initiative is to end the abuse and killings of Children throughout Africa , I am a local teen Chair for IC.

Athletics
*Played Football Team – Freshman Year
*Taped as a school reporter and news reporter : Football, Baseball, Basketball, Hockey, and Women’s Volleyball- I worked for our Local ABC News Affiliate WTAE and was a Sideline Reporter for the Station, I taped and reported from each of these different sports games throughout my Sophomore and Junior Years of high school.
*Managed School Basketball team Freshman and Sophomore years

Jobs:
*The Jewish Community Center for 4 years as camp staff
*Channel 4 WTAE ABC News as a Sideline Reporter for 2 years
*President of Non Profit BBYO

I think I am going to take the ACT in september to hopefully do better on that, but Im really nervous I wont get into anyof my schools. What can I do/

Thanks please dont give me the answer just apply or what not i want to save as much time and money as possible so please tell me which schools you think I can get into or not , or if i am in the middle and why, thanks.

My SAT scores again
Its a 1690 out of 2400 (including writing)
or a 1090 out of 1600 (without writing)

Best answer:

Answer by Natalie
Everything is good, but your SAT is a little low… at least get it to 1100? I suppose? Pitt is a good school, but they’re pretty lenient with scores. I have no worries that you’re definitely a candidate for Pitt! Good luck! I’m sure you’ll get in. Take that ACT and maybe you’ll be better than that.

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