This is a very nice liberal arts school in the South and a good alternative to the bigger, public University of Memphis which is a few minutes away. My only gripe is that, as an African-American, I felt as if the college wasn't very diverse. However it seems that they are trying hard to court other ethnic groups. Classes are excellent, and it is obvious that the professors care about their students. Socially the school is small and somewhat close knit.
In the 1905 college football season, 18 men were killed and 159 more permanently injured during regular U.S. collegiate football games. The NCAA was subsequently formed to establish rules and require protective equipment.
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