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Thread: Why Harvard deserves to be called "The RKC of Universities"

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    John Du Cane is offline Administrator
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    Thumbs up Why Harvard deserves to be called "The RKC of Universities"

    I am a Cambridge University alumnus, so it stuck in my craw a little to decide that Harvard would be awarded the accolade of being recognized as the "RKC of Universities." I justify it because Harvard was founded by immigrants and Cambridge alumni (just like the RKC), was named after a Cambridge University alumnus, clergyman John Harvard, in 1639 and rose to become THE model for all future universities in the US (just like the RKC.) So, yes, Harvard gets the nod—and but don't forget the lineage
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    I was thinking Dartmouth would be a better choice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Philip Ross View Post
    I was thinking Dartmouth would be a better choice.

    You will need to make your case Phil

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