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University Of Rochester - Student Life - Residences
... in addition, two special interest housing groups—the Community Learning Center and the Drama House—maintain housing here ... Living Center (ILC), Inter-Class Living Community (ICLC - Crosby 1), Music Interest Floor (MIF - Wilder 9), Computer Interest Floor (CIF - Anderson 3), Tiernan Project (Burton 2 ... The building also houses university community members, including faculty and staff ...
Carlton Park, Prince Albert, Saskatchewan - Sports and Recreation - Carlton Park Community Club
... The Carlton Park Community Club is a multi-purpose hall and meeting facility ... Adjacent to the Carlton Park Community Club is a soccer pitch, an outdoor skating rink, and an outdoor pleasure rink ...
University Of Waterloo - History
... This university was established in response to community demand for improved education facilities, particularly in technical and scientific fields of study ... Avenue West across from Seagram Drive, Waterloo The University of Waterloo In 1956 community leaders, headed by Dr ... to enhance the school's facilities and strengthen its community ties ...

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