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University of Alabama Landmarks
"The University of Alabama, established in 1831 as Alabama's first public college, is situated on a beautiful campus in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. This quiz will focus on some of the beautiful buildings and landmarks on campus."
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One of the most relevant incidents in the establishment of civil rights, particularly those rights which would desegregate institutions of higher learning in the southern US, occurred at the University of Alabama. In 1963, two African American students were admitted to the University against the claim from the Governor that segregation would continue at the school. On which building's steps did this claim take place?
H.M Comer Hall
McClure Education Library
The Paul W. Bryant Museum is a tribute to the legendary Paul "Bear" Bryant, the iconic coach of the University of Alabama's football team from 1958 to 1982. Many players are also displayed in the museum, particularly those enshrined in the NFL Football Hall of Fame. Which of these players are not included at the Paul W. Bryant Museum?
Shelby Hall is the Interdisciplinary Science Building at the University of Alabama. This modern structure was completed in 2004. Which US national landmark would Shelby Hall most closely resemble?
The White House
Chicago's Field Museum of Natural History
The Stallings Center is named for former Alabama football coach Gene Stallings, whose son Johnny was born with Down's Syndrome. There is a program housed at the Stallings Center whose purpose is to interact with young children with developmental problems or physical disabilities. What is the name of this program?
The RISE Program
The WELL Program
The SCORE Program
The PROOF Program
This building seats 15,000 raucous fans during the University of Alabama basketball games. Can you name the home of the basketball team?
Little Hall isn't named because of the building's size, but after its namesake. William Gray Little must have done something pretty remarkable to warrant having a building named after him. What was it?
Founded the first engineering school in the southeast USA.
Established the first Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) program in the US.
Pioneered medical techniques which would innovate health care.
Introduced the school to the game of football.
This popular landmark at the University of Alabama has the hand and foot prints of every captain of the football team since the 1940s. Can you name this monument?
Ferguson Student Center
This area is the centerpiece of the University of Alabama. Students from every walk of life can be found enjoying the day, relaxing under the trees or doing some last minute cramming for an exam. What is this area affectionately known as?
Students majoring in physics or astronomy more than likely frequent this hall named for a former University of Alabama president? Which hall is it?
Sewell-Thomas Stadium is home to the University of Alabama baseball team. The stadium is partly named for Joe Sewell who was a great baseball and football star at Alabama. Joe Sewell went on to a great career in Major League Baseball, being voted into the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame in 1977. Which teams did Mr. Sewell play with in his 14 season career?
Chicago Cubs and Pittsburgh Pirates
Cleveland Indians and New York Yankees
Boston Red Sox and Washington Senators
New York Giants and Cincinnati Reds
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