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  2. DuPage County, Illinois - Wikipedia

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    DuPage County has several hundred Christian churches, and especially around Wheaton is a Bible Belt, with Wheaton College and various other evangelical Christian colleges, and publishing houses including InterVarsity Press, Crossway, Tyndale House, Christianity Today and other smaller ones in the area.

  3. North Central College - Wikipedia

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    North Central College is a private college in Naperville, Illinois.It is affiliated with the United Methodist Church and has nearly 70 areas of study in undergraduate majors, minors, and programs through 19 academic departments organized in three undergraduate colleges/schools (College of Arts and Sciences, School of Business and Entrepreneurship, School of Education and Health Sciences) and a ...

  4. Westwood College - Wikipedia

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    Westwood College was a private for-profit college owned by Alta Colleges Inc. with 15 campus locations in five states and online learning options. Westwood was nationally accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS). [1]

  5. National Louis University - Wikipedia

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    In October 2014, National Louis University signed a 3+1 bachelor’s degree program in the field of Human Services with College of DuPage. The program allows students to complete their four-year program at the College of DuPage campus with NLU faculty.

  6. Benedictine University - Wikipedia

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    It was founded in 1887 as St. Procopius College by the Benedictine monks of St. Procopius Abbey in the Pilsen community on the West Side of Chicago. [3] [4] The institution has retained a close relationship with the Benedictine Order , [5] which bears the name of St. Benedict (480–543 A.D.), the acknowledged father of western monasticism.

  7. List of college mascots in the United States - Wikipedia

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    Chaparral – College of DuPage; Charlie Cardinal – the cardinal mascot of Ball State University. Charlie the Charger – the costumed medieval war horse of University of New Haven. Charlie the Coyote – University of South Dakota; Charlie T. Cougar – Concordia University Chicago The "T" stands for "the." Charlie Oredigger – Montana Tech

  8. Rape kit - Wikipedia

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    A rape kit or rape test kit is a package of items used by medical personnel for gathering and preserving physical evidence following an allegation of sexual assault.The evidence collected from the victim can aid the criminal rape investigation and the prosecution of a suspected assailant.

  9. Lake Forest College - Wikipedia

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    Lake Forest College is a private liberal arts college in Lake Forest, Illinois. Founded in 1857 as Lind University by a group of Presbyterian ministers, the college has been coeducational since 1876 and an undergraduate-focused liberal arts institution since 1903. [5]