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Who is "Willie The Silent," the fellow depicted in this statue on campus?
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Who is "Willie The Silent," the fellow depicted in this statue on campus?
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"William the Silent" was a Dutch hero who led the revolt against the king of Spain on the 1500s.
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"William the Silent" was a Dutch hero who led the revolt against the king of Spain on the 1500s.
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Which of these cartoon characters is a Rutgers alumnus?
Which of these cartoon characters is a Rutgers alumnus?
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Creators of Mr. Magoo portrayed him as a Rutgers alumnus, sometimes with an RU pennant.
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Creators of Mr. Magoo portrayed him as a Rutgers alumnus, sometimes with an RU pennant.
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Founded in 1766, Rutgers was originally named Queen’s College. After which queen was the school named?
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Founded in 1766, Rutgers was originally named Queen’s College. After which queen was the school named?
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Queen Charlotte was Charlotte of Mecklenburg. She was the wife of King George III.
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Queen Charlotte was Charlotte of Mecklenburg. She was the wife of King George III.
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Rutgers student Darrell Butler created the Fat Darrell sandwich in 1997. Which of these IS NOT in it?
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Rutgers student Darrell Butler created the Fat Darrell sandwich in 1997. Which of these IS NOT in it?
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Meatballs don't go in a Fat Darrell. Everything else here does, plus mozzarella sticks.
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Meatballs don't go in a Fat Darrell. Everything else here does, plus mozzarella sticks.
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The family of Col. Henry Rutgers owned what kind of successful New York business?
The family of Col. Henry Rutgers owned what kind of successful New York business?
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More than four generations of the family were brewers in early America.
More than four generations of the family were brewers in early America.
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Everyone knows Rutgers and Princeton played the first college football game in 1869, but do you know the final score?
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Everyone knows Rutgers and Princeton played the first college football game in 1869, but do you know the final score?
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Rutgers won, 6-4, despite one of its players who ”in his ardor, forgot which way he was kicking” and scored for Princeton.
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Rutgers won, 6-4, despite one of its players who ”in his ardor, forgot which way he was kicking” and scored for Princeton.
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What was the first residence hall built on Rutgers’ campus?
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What was the first residence hall built on Rutgers’ campus?
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Winants Hall was built in 1889 after Garret Winants donated $75,000. It’s no longer used for student housing.
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Winants Hall was built in 1889 after Garret Winants donated $75,000. It’s no longer used for student housing.
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Rutgers alumnus Garret Hobart was Vice President under which U.S. President?
Rutgers alumnus Garret Hobart was Vice President under which U.S. President?
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Hobart served under William McKinley. When Hobart died in office in 1899, he was replaced by Teddy Roosevelt, who later ascended to the presidency when McKinley was assassinated.
Hobart served under William McKinley. When Hobart died in office in 1899, he was replaced by Teddy Roosevelt, who later ascended to the presidency when McKinley was assassinated.
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Rutgers’ founders picked New Brunswick over which other location?
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Rutgers’ founders picked New Brunswick over which other location?
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Rutgers' Board of Trustees were split 10-7 between New Brunswick and Hackensack.
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Rutgers' Board of Trustees were split 10-7 between New Brunswick and Hackensack.
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True or False: Cheese-Whiz was invented at Rutgers.
True or False: Cheese-Whiz was invented at Rutgers.
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This is a popular, albeit inaccurate, Rutgers legend.
This is a popular, albeit inaccurate, Rutgers legend.
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