|15.||University of Windsor|
Located in Windsor, Ontario, Canada the University of Windsor is the southernmost university in all of Canada. (however, like pretty much all Canadian universities it still gets it's share of snow during the winter.)more...
The U of W is known for having one of the more internationally diverse student bodies in all of Canada, but the majority of it's students are still from the Windsor-Essex County and Chatam area (over 80% of students who go on to university from these areas will attend the U of W).
Historically, it hasn't scored well in Maclean's Magazine's annual University Rankings, but then again Maclean's Magazine is basically the Fox News of the North. In reality, the university offers a wide range of undergraduate and graduate degrees, including a well renown engineering program which has placed in the top 3 in each of the past three years in a competition against other engineering programs in Ontario.
Richard Peddie president and CEO of Maple Leafs sports and entertainment, graduated from the U of W with a degree in business and is still a proud supporter of the school and has be known to offer internships to Windsor MBA students.
Finally some of the benefits U of W students enjoy are a lively downtown district located close to the campus (5 minute bus ride), 3 pro sports teams located in downtown Detroit (Red Wings, Tigers and Lions) and the newly renovated and state of the art St. Dennis Center facility which played host to the 2008 Canadian Olympic Trials and is h...
Home of the Corsicana Tigers and the Navarro College Bulldogs! A wonderful small town that is shaped by loving people. The commitment of everyone to create a great place for our kids to participate in sports, advance economic development/tourism to our community and add to the quality of life!more...
It is home to:
-First United Methodist Church (just celebrated its 160th Anniversary!)
-Downtown has unique shops that are shaped by a loving environment and that of personal service.
-YMCA & the great programs it offers!
-The Navarro Council of the Arts, Arts in Education programming.
-Corsicana Education Foundation
-Such a rich history: from historic buildings, Wolf Brand Chili, the oil boom, beautiful old homes, theaters, churches, a busy Beaton Street and more, we've been left an exciting legacy to carry on!
- What a great size town and the fact I can drive "across" town in 10 minutes. Not too big, not too small.
-Navarro College sports are all continually ranked top in the nation and produce professional athletes.
-NC does a lot for the students for our area! With 4 locations filled with great faculty and staff, it truly is one of the best community colleges in the nation. Also, among junior colleges, it is one of the only ones of its size with dorms and an amazing athletic program!
-The generosity of our people is that of pure philanthropy. Our local charities, scholarships, programs, and facilities are like no other.
Dalhousie is where all the artsie fartsies go. If you enjoy waiting for a bus, just so that you can go to your next class, then this is the University for you.
Dalhousie: Home of the worlds most segregated campus.
Dude 1: Where are you going, man?
Dude 2: I've got to walk down to Spring Garden road so I can catch the bus and head to my next class.
Dude 1: That sucks man, it's like -10 outside.
Dude 2: Tell me about it, I fuckin hate Dalhousie University. I shoulda' wen't to SMU.
|18.||Kirksville High School|
A public high school in Kirksville, northeastern Missouri, notoriously home of various celebrities such as the vice principal, The Penguin, and several teachers borne of the DNA of Medusa who were produced in the school's scientific research facility on the south wing, added in 2010. The ~800 students at Kirksville High School have a familial average annual income of $120,000, but when you remove outliers, this number drops to $550.
The Penguin - "HEH HEH HEH. Welcome to my lair, the Kirksville High School office. What have we here, Bats?"
Student - "What the fuck did you just say to me?"
1) Home of the Blues
2) Birth place of Rock & Roll
3) Largest city in Tennessee
4) Southeastern most city in Tennessee
5) Most dangerous city in Tennessee
6) Most racially diverse city in Tennesse
7) Home to Fed Ex
8) Home to the Grizz
9) Home to the Red Birds
10) Home to the Tigers
11) Home to St. Jude
12) Home to Dyer's
13) Home to one of the nation's best zoos
14) a civil rights epicenter
15) the jewel of the south
I am proud to be a citizen of Memphis, Tn.
|20.||Martin County Florida|
Martin County is a small place with lots of rivers and bridges.more...
Theres nothing to do in Stuart or Palm Shitty. The only good thing in Jensen was the mall back when we were 12. Most people here think that Salerno is the ghetto..they have never seen a ghetto. The white people that grow up in Palm City are stuck up wannabe preps. They do cheerleading and lacrosse.
Hobe Sound is where the long hair denim skirt wearing conservative folk and a couple rednecks live.
People that grow up here stay here because they are small town Floridians that only see the world on reality tv and from cruise ships.Or they are rednecks that have no interest in leaving the county. I feel bad for their children.
There are a lot of snow birds. They drive slow and yell at kids in public places.
Martin County High School is home of the tigers. The administration is corrupt. Only a third of the teachers are cool. The school is the best in athletics. Jensen is the prep school. South Fork is the red neck and hispanic school.
Most teenagers in Martin County are so bored they become potheads. The few that dont work at a fast food restaurant or Publix.
a poor ass state that i am proud to call home.home of the LSU tigers and the TULANE greenwave. no other state is like us. we are second in the amount of tourist draw (those dame hawians are first)and in my opinion we are the most cultural state in the union.
Louisiana kicks the ass of any state.