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16. Hendrix College: A private (United Methodist) liberal arts college in Hendrix. Their mascot is the Warrior.  
17. John Brown University: Private (interdenominational) university. Known as the Golden Eagles and has a small (2000+) student population.  
18. Lyon College: Private (Presbyterian) College in Batesville, AR. Scots and Pipers are the athletic teams.  
19. Mid-South Community College: A public community college that is located in West Memphis, AR.  
20. Oachita Baptist University: Private liberal arts university with the students known as the Tigers.  
21. University of the Ozarks: A private liberal arts college in the city of Clarksville that is a well regarded university.  
22. Philander Smith College: Historically black, Philander Smith College is a very small private college in Little Rock.  
23. Shorter College: Main nemesis to Taller. A two year private liberal arts college located in N. Little Rock, AR.  
24. Southern Arkansas University: Public university that is part of the Arkansas system. The "Muleriders" as they are known wear the colors blue and...  
25. University of Arkansas-Fort Smith: A mid-sized public university in Fort Smith, AR.  
26. University of Arkansas Community College in Batesville: Pretty self explanatory, a community college that is located in Batesville, AR.  
27. University of Arkansas at Little Rock: A public university that is part of the Arkansas system. The "Trojans" have a mid-sized campus in the city of Litt...  
28. University of Arkansas at Monticello: A public university that is another part of the Arkansas university system.  
29. University of Arkansas Pine Bluff: Also known as the UAPB, a public university that is part of the Arkansas system.  
30. Williams Baptist College: Private college in Walnut Ridge, AR.  
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A style of housing dating back to the 17th century, similar to a town home; very common in the older parts of D.C.

Slang for the beer Milwaukee's Best. Can also be shorted to just The Beast.

1. Old nickname for Milwaukee, esp. in the 19th century. The source of the nickname was the cream colored bricks once manufactured in Milwaukee.

2. is also a very well known skatepark and lots of pro skateboarder skate there.

The nickname for the Brookland neighborhood due to its Catholic heritage.

This is one of the many nicknames for the giant sculpture of Jesus Christ. The photos leave no doubt where the nickname comes from.