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76. Georgia Tech: Publicly accredited university in Atlanta. It is best known for its programs in engineering, computing, and the sc...  
77. Morehouse College: A historically black college. Morehouse is located near downtown Atlanta, it is the brother school of Spelman Univ...  
78. Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College: a public college located in Tifton, Georgia that specializes in agricultural studies.  
79. Agnes Scott College: a private liberal arts women's college tucked away in the city of Decatur, Georgia.  
80. Albany State University: one of the public universities that is located in Albany, Georgia.  
81. Andrew College: a private methodist college that is located in the town of Cuthbert, Georgia.  
82. Armstrong Atlantic State University: a public university that is located on Abercorn Street in Savannah.  
83. Art Institute of Atlanta: a private art school that teaches students everything from culinary arts to drawing to design.  
84. Atlanta Christian College: private Christian university located in the city of East Point in the state of Georgia.  
85. Augusta State University: A public university that is located in the city of Augusta, Georgia.  
86. Brewton-Parker College: private Southern Baptist college that is located in town of Mount Vernon, Georgia.  
87. Brenau University: a private women's university located in Gainesville, GA.  
88. Chattachoochee Technical College: a technical college that is located in the town of Marietta, Georgia.  
89. Christian College of Georgia: private Christian college that is located in Statham, Georgia.  
90. Clark Atlanta University: Private university located in Atlanta, Georgia.  
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Yankee fans wouldn't shut up about a curse that prevented the Red Sox from winning the World Series since 1918. That is, until the Red Sox won in 2004 to dispel such a myth.

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