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APCs Insider, September 19, 2014

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Which of the following is the national animal of Scotland, which is portrayed on the coat of arms of the United Kingdom?
a. Falcon
b. Raven
c. Seal
d. Unicorn
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Last week’s question
Which university was the first public university to admit students in the United States?
a. College of William & Mary
b. Harvard University
c. University of Georgia
d. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
The answer is D. The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill first began accepting students in 1795. Harvard is the oldest university in the country, but is a private institution. The University of Georgia received its charter in 1785, but did not begin admitting students until 1801. The College of William & Mary, founded in 1693, was private until financial troubles caused it to close after the Civil War. It reopened and began admitting students as a public university in 1906.

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