Fall is a time of uncertain weather and therefore uncertain clothing needs. Conquering the season in style means knowing what to wear, how to wear it, and, of course, how to keep those much worn sweaters clean and pill-free.
1. Learn how to roll your shirtsleeves the right way
Instead of rolling your cuff over on itself and up your arm, flip the cuff back and pull it just below your elbow. Then take the bottom (inside-out portion) and fold it up so it traps and covers the bottom cuff. Your shirtsleeves won’t unroll again, and it will hit the perfect place on your elbow.
2. The 'sometimes, always, never' rule of jacket buttons
The top button should sometimes be buttoned (stylistic decision). The middle button should always be buttoned (it pulls the jacket together and is flattering), and the last button should never be buttoned. (It messes up the tailoring and flare of the jacket on the bottom.)
If the jacket is only a modern two-button, the rule changes to "always, never." Also remember to unbutton your jacket whenever you sit down.
3. Learn how to layer the right way
Layering is one of the most important ways to conquer fall and maintain an equitable body temperature. Learn how to do it properly. The most important rule is to layer from chunkiest to thinnest fabric, keeping the lighter items closest to your skin. Get four more layering tips here.
4. Fold your sweaters instead of hanging them
No matter the weight, weave, or material, hanging sweaters stretches them out. It's much better to fold sweaters and store them in your dresser or wardrobe.
5. Use a sweater stone to get rid of pilling
Sweater stones are made of a porous volcanic rock that is especially effective at getting rid of those furry little balls (aka "pills") that gather under the arms and along the seams of your sweaters. Order one from Amazon.
Whatever you do, don't take a shaving razor to your nice sweater — it will destroy the fibers and possibly cause holes.
6. Eliminate musty odors with a dryer sheet
Even if you put them away clean, sweaters can get musty while sitting in storage during summer. A short, gentle, low-heat cycle and a dryer sheet will fix this. But be warned: Sweaters do not like to be dried. Dry them for too long or on too high heat and you run the risk of shrinkage and pillage.
7. Try not to wear the same pair of shoes twice in a row
Don't just slip on the same pair of dress shoes day after day. Let your shoes rest in between wears so that any perspiration has time to dry. Even slight internal or external dampness can cause shoes to lose their shape.
8. Know when a shirt fits you — and when it doesn't
If you sit down and your shirt buttons pull, the shirt does not fit you. Time to get a size up. If your shirt does not fit square on your shoulders, it also does not fit you. Time to get a size down.
9. Use a lingerie bag
Though lingerie bags are designed for women's underwear, they're great to wash loafer socks, watch straps, and other small items in.
10. Avoid the dryer at all costs
For most articles of clothing, dryers do nothing but destroy. Your clothes will last longer, look nicer, and keep their size if you hang dry them instead.
11. Learn how to iron your shirt the simple, correct way
12. Put your jeans in the freezer
Just because you're washing your jeans less doesn't mean you can ignore the stink. If your jeans start to smell a bit rank, throw them in the freezer. However, you should still wash your denim every six to 12 months.
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Most workers are all too familiar with how a seemingly trivial annoyance — the air conditioner blowing directly on your face, a neighboring coworker who cackles like a hyena — can make it impossible to be productive.
And while most of us are accustomed to sucking it up by donning a sweater or a pair of headphones, there's an office building in Amsterdam designed to be so comfortable that employees no longer face any of these obstacles to getting work done.
It's called "The Edge," and its main tenant is consulting firm Deloitte. Bloomberg recently published a feature on The Edge and explored the technology that makes it the greenest office building in the world — and potentially one of the smartest.
Here are some of the building's coolest features, highlighted by Bloomberg:
- A smartphone app consults your schedule for the day and figures out what kind of workspace you'll need, be it a sitting desk, standing desk, meeting room, or so-called concentration room. No one has an assigned seat — the concept is called "hot desking."
- When you pull into the garage, a camera analyzes a photo of your license plate to make sure it's really you, and then raises the gate. The app guides you to an available parking spot.
- Once you arrive at your workspace, the app adjusts the light and temperature settings based on your preferences, which it remembers.
- The building is designed to feel just like the outdoors, through variations in heat and air currents. Every workspace is within 23 feet of a window, but you won't get distracted by the sounds of the nearby highway and trains, since the specially designed roof mutes the noise.
- When it's time for a break, you can head to one of the coffee bars, equipped with espresso machines that remember how you take your coffee.
- If you're staying late at night, you'll notice a small robot patrolling the grounds. If an alarm goes off, the robot's camera can identify the intruder or alert security that it was a false alarm.
Whether you think this supersmart design is creepy or awesome, we may be seeing a preview of our own future offices.
It's all thanks to an old German Brauordnung (beer regulation) that we can enjoy a nice cold beer in a shady beer garden today.
According to the Atlantic, a regulation dating back to the 16th century allowed Germans to only brew beer between the months of September and April, partly because beer brewed at colder temperatures was more pure.
As a result, breweries in Germany built cellars to store beer for the off months, and to keep the cellars cool, they planted trees. Soon, tables and gravel were placed under the trees and the Biergarten (beer garden) was born.
We've rounded up some of the best places to enjoy a beer outdoors around the world.
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Hofbräu München has been brewing beer for over 400 years — it was founded in 1589 by William V, Duke of Bavaria, and is one of only two breweries in Munich still owned by the Bavarian state. The Hofbräu's beer garden is a great place to enjoy a mass of quality German beer, as well as a Weisswurst and Brezel.
Founded in Astoria, Queens, in New York City in 1901 by Czechs and Slovaks who had immigrated to the US, the Bohemian Hall & Beer Garden is still one of the best known beer gardens in the city. The menu boasts Czech food such as beef goulash and fried muenster, as well as Czech beers like Brouczevh and Krusovice.
The monastery in the neighborhood of Mülln in Salzburg, Austria, has been brewing beer using a secret recipe since 1621. Its pub, called Augustiner Braustübl, is the country's largest beer tavern and includes both indoor and outdoor seating. There are 1,500 seats in the outdoor beer garden and customers serve themselves from wooden barrels.
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These people might look like underwear models, but they're not. And 30 days before this photo was taken, they didn't look like this.
In fact, they were just regular people who worked for an advertising agency and, while they worked out a fair amount, they ate pretty much what they pleased.
But in just a few weeks, the women slimmed down to have as little as 12% to 14% body fat and the man had just 5% to 6% body fat.
And that woman on the left? She was pregnant just five months before the photo was taken.
The key to their success: A low-fat, high-protein diet and intense, professionally guided exercise. They also had some good motivation from their employer: They were asked to be models in an upcoming photo shoot for their agency's rebranding, posing buck naked.
Why they chose to pose buck naked
The three extreme dieters work for Viceroy Creative, an advertising agency that wanted to rebrand itself in a powerful way last March. As part of the rebranding, they asked some of their key executives to be part of a buzzy photo shoot that would present them totally nude.
The participants were the firm's creative director Gabrielle Rein, account manager Raegan Gillette, and president David Moritz — the naked man in the photos. Mortiz tells AdWeek they agreed to the shoot for the good of the company and their clients.
Getting model-thin in a hurry took a great deal of mental and physical endurance, and it's that kind of diligent dedication that Viceroy wanted to communicate in their new campaign, Moritz tells Business Insider.
How they got rock-hard abs in such a short time
Before they started preparing for the shoot, Viceroy's executives were in decent shape. Still, each worked hard those final weeks to get ready for the big nude day. Here's a picture of a topless Moritz two years before the training began:
Gabrielle Rein, Viceroy's creative director, had a baby just a few months earlier, so the preparation was especially challenging and rewarding.
When they agreed to the nude photo shoot last year, they gave themselves five months to get fit.
For the first four months, they completed a series of trainings designed to strengthen their muscles, bolster their cardiovascular strength, and increase their metabolism. Here's the company's account manager, Raegan Gillette, doing one of the exercises:
But those four months of exercises weren't what ultimately got them the sculpted bodies in the photos.
Diet was the key to their success
"No matter how much exercise you do, that will only get you part of the way. In terms of seeing abs and muscle definition, it's all about diet and reducing your body fat percentage. That's essential," Moritz says.
For the last four weeks, the Viceroy executives committed to a grueling diet. The goal, said Moritz, was to cut body fat so that the muscles they'd been toning for the previous four months would shine through.
Each executive ate six meals a day, catered specifically to their needs by a nutritionist. Although each diet was unique, the meals mostly consisted of the same types of food, Moritz says, and included a lot of protein.
"You need [protein] to continue to build muscle," Moritz explains. "Which is a little bit more than one gram of protein per every pound that you weigh."
For Moritz — who was still able to recite the diet by heart months after the shoot — the meals consisted of:
- Meal 1: 1/2 cup oatmeal, 1/2 cup almond milk, 1/2 cup blueberries, one scoop carb-free protein shake
- Meal 2: 3 egg whites, 1/4 cup plain potatoes
- Meal 3: 3 oz. ground turkey, low-carb wrap with a cup of romaine lettuce
- Meal 4: 3 oz. grilled chicken and 1/4 of an avocado
- Meal 5: 6 oz. fish with a 1/4 cup steamed jasmine rice and six pieces of asparagus
- Meal 6: 6 oz. of 99% lean ground beef with 1/4 avocado and 1 cup romaine lettuce
- No alcohol was allowed and most condiments were banned (with the exception of hot sauce, since it added a negligible amount of extra sugar or fat)
That's it, each and every day, for an entire month! At first they had the meals prepared for them by a chef but that quickly became too expensive to maintain. They began preparing the meals themselves, which required a scale and measuring cups to make sure they consumed exactly what the nutritionist ordered.
Despite consuming significantly fewer calories than he was used to, Moritz said he didn't feel too many negative effects from the strict plan, aside from boredom from the food.
"You don't feel tired because your body is getting what it needs," said Moritz.
Moritz pointed out that he was at about 5% body fat on the day of the photo shoot, which is close to the lowest a man his age and height should be. Body builders have between 3.5% and 5% body fat on competition day.
The number of calories they burned versus how many they ate
If you add it up, Moritz consumed roughly 1,700 calories per day, far fewer than the 2,400 to 2,500 calories he was burning throughout the day, he tells Business Insider.
According to the Mayo Clinic, a man his age and height should be consuming at least 1,600 calories a day even if they're trying to lose weight. So he was pushing the bare minimum.
The women were eating about 1,300 calories and burning 2,000 calories each day. For them, the Mayo Clinic estimates that women in their age and height ranges should eat at least 1,200 calories a day even if they're trying to lose weight.
"The plan puts you in a relatively significant caloric deficit every day," Moritz says. "And it forces your body to burn stored fat."
In addition to the diet, the executives stuck to a grueling fitness routine. All of them worked out every day for an hour and a half, seven days a week with the help of professional trainers at their local Equinox gym.
The exercises included intense weight lifting and low-impact cardiovascular activities — like walking on a treadmill set with the highest incline — that burned most of the large amount calories they were losing each day. The rest were lost through regular daily activities like walking.
Here's Gillette doing one of the weight-lifting exercises:
The regimen wasn't cheap. The nutritionist Viceroy used charges $700 a person for a month-long program. And an average Equinox Tier 3+ trainer — the most intense trainer you can get at Equinox — costs $135 per session, and each exec was completing a few sessions a week during the entire training process.
Moritz says anyone can get into this kind of shape given the time and motivation, however.
"While we did it with a lot of extensive help, a person can do this on their own given just a little more time," Moritz says. "Follow the same basic principles and find a way to get really motivated. It's just all mental."
For Moritz and the rest of the team, the motivator that kept them dedicated was a pretty strong one:
"Knowing that you're going to send naked pictures of yourself to as many people as you can makes you stay with it," he says.
After the shoot, Moritz, Rein, and Bearce slowly regained some of their body fat to a more reasonable amount, but they continued to stick with a modified version of the diet.
For Moritz, the five-month regimen was only a beginning. Since the photo shoot, he's stuck with it. (He now uses a food-delivery service to stick with his diet.) By the end of the summer, he says, that he suspects he'll even be in better shape than he was in March. Rein also kept her beautiful post-baby physique, getting into increasingly better shape even after the training was over, Moritz said.
Here's what she looks like months later and after feasting on ribs, BBQ, and hamburgers over Memorial Day weekend of this year. She's 31 years old.
Hundreds of thousands of college students set off on journeys around the world every semester to study, research, intern, and explore. Many return home with a new perspective, or even a yearning to go back.
To compile this list, The Princeton Review asked 136,000 students at 380 colleges "How much do you agree/disagree with the statement 'Studying abroad is popular at my college'?" Students responded on a five-header scale from strongly disagree to strongly agree.
Scroll through to find out why these colleges are the most popular for studying abroad.
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20. Dickinson College
Location: Carlisle, Pennsylvania
Education Abroad at Dickinson immerses students in the study of foreign language. Three categories of study abroad — Dickinson Programs, Partner Programs, and Non-Dickinson Programs — all offer semester- or year-long courses abroad.
Nearly 70% of students who study abroad and 40% of Dickinson faculty participate in 15 Dickinson Programs in more than a dozen countries.
19. University of Delaware
Location: Newark, Delaware
UDel also offers winter and summer programs that last anywhere from three to five weeks, and offers one or two courses in a variety of disciplines.
18. Georgetown University
Location: Washington, D.C.
As a university dedicated to global study where students say their peers are "extremely well aware of the world around them," Georgetown is unsurprisingly seasoned at sending students abroad.
There are 160 programs available in 40 countries through Georgetown in area studies, language immersion, business, nursing, and service learning.
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Where should you go if you want to be among the smartest college students in the nation?
Exclusively for Business Insider, Jonathan Wai, a Duke University Talent Identification Program research scientist, calculated a ranking of America's colleges and universities based on brainpower, as reflected by the school's average standardized test scores.
These tests are often criticized, but research shows that both the SAT and ACT are good measures of general cognitive ability, since just about any mental test measures one's ability to reason. Therefore, the scores that schools report to U.S. News & World Report give a reasonable snapshot of a school's overall smarts.
We updated last year's ranking by including all the schools in the national university, liberal arts college, regional university, and regional college lists that reported SAT or ACT scores in the latest U.S. News ranking.
ACT scores were converted to SAT scores (math + verbal) using this concordance table so all schools could be compared on one metric. Then, an average of the 25th and 75th percentile was computed (see more detail on methods and limitations here). This resulted in a total of 1,338 schools analyzed this year, from which we pulled the top 610.
On the following ranking, a (2) next to the school's name indicates that some or all students aren't required to supply scores; a (3) indicates that the school did not supply all students it has scores for, or did not tell U.S. News if it had; a (4) indicates that the data is from a previous year, rather than from the most recent year; and a (9) indicates that the school may not require scores from all applicants and that it may not have submitted data for all students.
Here are the smartest colleges in America:
|Smarts Rank||School||Average SAT|
|1||California Institute of Technology||1550|
|2||University of Chicago||1510|
|6||Massachusetts Institute of Technology||1495|
|7||Harvey Mudd College||1494|
|12||Washington University in St. Louis||1465|
|12||University of Notre Dame||1465|
|17||University of Pennsylvania||1455|
|22||Johns Hopkins University||1445|
|22||Bowdoin College (2)||1445|
|24||Carnegie Mellon University||1440|
|27||Claremont McKenna College||1435|
|34||Georgia Institute of Technology||1400|
|36||Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute||1395|
|37||University of California—Berkeley||1390|
|37||Washington and Lee University||1390|
|40||Wesleyan University (2)||1385|
|42||University of Southern California||1380|
|42||University of Michigan—Ann Arbor||1380|
|44||Colgate University (3)||1375|
|44||Reed College (4)||1375|
|47||College of William and Mary||1370|
|47||Case Western Reserve University||1370|
|54||Scripps College (3)||1360|
|56||University of Virginia||1355|
|56||Smith College (2)||1355|
|56||Bates College (2)||1355|
|60||New York University||1345|
|60||University of Rochester (2)||1345|
|63||Colorado School of Mines||1340|
|63||Stevens Institute of Technology||1340|
|63||Colorado College (2)||1340|
|63||United States Air Force Academy||1340|
|63||Bard College at Simon's Rock (9)||1340|
|68||Mount Holyoke College (2)||1335|
|70||Colby College (2)||1330|
|70||Pitzer College (2)||1330|
|70||Connecticut College (2)||1330|
|70||St. John's College (NM) (2)||1330|
|74||University of California—Los Angeles||1325|
|74||University of Richmond||1325|
|77||University of Miami||1320|
|77||Southern Methodist University||1320|
|77||Bryn Mawr College (2)||1320|
|77||St. John's College (MD) (2)||1320|
|77||Wheaton College (IL)||1320|
|83||Wake Forest University (2)||1315|
|83||University of Maryland—College Park||1315|
|86||Worcester Polytechnic Institute (2)||1310|
|88||University of North Carolina—Chapel Hill||1305|
|88||University of Illinois—Urbana-Champaign||1305|
|88||University of Tulsa||1305|
|88||College of the Holy Cross (2)||1305|
|88||Union College (NY) (2)||1305|
|88||Franklin and Marshall College (2)||1305|
|88||St. Olaf College||1305|
|96||University of California—San Diego||1300|
|96||Ohio State University—Columbus||1300|
|96||Brigham Young University—Provo||1300|
|96||Santa Clara University||1300|
|105||George Washington University||1295|
|107||University of Wisconsin—Madison||1285|
|107||Missouri University of Science & Technology||1285|
|107||United States Naval Academy||1285|
|107||Denison University (9)||1285|
|107||Lewis & Clark College (2)||1285|
|107||Bennington College (9)||1285|
|115||University of Texas—Austin||1280|
|115||Dickinson College (2)||1280|
|115||Bard College (2)||1280|
|115||New College of Florida||1280|
|119||United States Military Academy||1275|
|120||University of Pittsburgh||1270|
|120||Sarah Lawrence College (2)||1270|
|122||University of Florida||1265|
|122||University of Minnesota—Twin Cities||1265|
|122||Illinois Institute of Technology||1265|
|122||Sewanee—University of the South (2)||1265|
|122||Lawrence University (2)||1265|
|122||Thomas Aquinas College||1265|
|122||United States Merchant Marine Academy||1265|
|131||Earlham College (2)||1260|
|132||University of Texas—Dallas||1255|
|132||United States Coast Guard Academy||1255|
|135||University of California—Santa Barbara||1250|
|135||University of Connecticut||1250|
|135||Stony Brook University—SUNY||1250|
|139||American University (2)||1245|
|139||University of Denver||1245|
|139||North Carolina State University—Raleigh||1245|
|139||Florida State University||1245|
|139||Saint Louis University||1245|
|139||Michigan Technological University||1245|
|139||Trinity College (CT)||1245|
|139||College of Wooster||1245|
|139||Illinois Wesleyan University||1245|
|139||Butler University (3)||1245|
|139||Milwaukee School of Engineering||1245|
|157||University of Georgia||1235|
|157||Furman University (2)||1235|
|157||Wheaton College (MA) (2)||1235|
|161||University of Washington||1230|
|161||Soka University of America||1230|
|161||Hobart and William Smith Colleges (2)||1230|
|164||Texas Christian University||1225|
|164||University of Colorado—Boulder||1225|
|164||University of San Diego||1225|
|164||Loyola University Chicago||1225|
|164||University of Alabama—Huntsville||1225|
|164||Beloit College (2)||1225|
|164||Muhlenberg College (2)||1225|
|164||Gustavus Adolphus College (2)||1225|
|164||Marlboro College (2)||1225|
|164||CUNY—Baruch College (3)||1225|
|164||Truman State University||1225|
|164||California Polytechnic State University—San Luis Obispo (3)||1225|
|185||Clark University (2)||1221|
|186||University of Puget Sound||1220|
|186||College of the Atlantic (2)||1220|
|189||University of California—Davis||1215|
|189||Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey—New Brunswick (3)||1215|
|189||University of Massachusetts—Amherst||1215|
|189||College of New Jersey||1215|
|189||Rochester Institute of Technology||1215|
|195||University of Maryland—Baltimore County||1210|
|196||Purdue University—West Lafayette||1205|
|196||University of Alabama||1205|
|196||University of Tennessee||1205|
|196||University of Dayton||1205|
|196||University of South Carolina||1205|
|196||University of St. Thomas||1205|
|196||Knox College (2)||1205|
|206||Grove City College||1202|
|207||University of Delaware||1200|
|207||St. Lawrence University (2)||1200|
|207||Ithaca College (2)||1200|
|207||Loyola Marymount University||1200|
|207||University of Dallas (3)||1200|
|214||University of North Carolina—Asheville||1195|
|214||University of Portland||1195|
|218||St. Mary's College of Maryland||1194|
|219||Pennsylvania State University—University Park||1190|
|219||New Jersey Institute of Technology||1190|
|219||Rollins College (2)||1190|
|219||University of North Carolina—Wilmington||1190|
|225||Texas A&M University—College Station||1185|
|225||SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry||1185|
|225||University of Vermont||1185|
|225||University of Oklahoma||1185|
|225||University of Central Florida||1185|
|225||College of St. Benedict||1185|
|225||Augustana College (2)||1185|
|225||Calvin College (2)||1185|
|225||Loyola University Maryland (2)||1185|
|225||Franciscan University of Steubenville||1185|
|225||New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology||1185|
|225||North Greenville University (3)||1185|
|225||Ohio Northern University (3)||1185|
|248||Marist College (9)||1180|
|248||Cogswell Polytechnical College||1180|
|250||University of the Pacific||1176|
|251||University of California—Irvine||1175|
|251||Fairfield University (2)||1175|
|256||Stetson University (2)||1173|
|257||LeTourneau University (2)||1170|
|260||Michigan State University||1165|
|260||University of Iowa||1165|
|260||University of Missouri||1165|
|260||DePaul University (2)||1165|
|260||Louisiana State University—Baton Rouge||1165|
|260||University of Arkansas||1165|
|260||University of Cincinnati||1165|
|260||St. John's University||1165|
|260||St. Mary's College||1165|
|260||Lake Forest College (2)||1165|
|260||Wagner College (2)||1165|
|260||Whitworth University (9)||1165|
|260||Oklahoma City University (3)||1165|
|260||John Brown University||1165|
|282||University of South Florida||1160|
|282||Agnes Scott College (2)||1160|
|282||Virginia Military Institute (3)||1160|
|286||Ursinus College (2)||1155|
|286||Washington College (2)||1155|
|286||Gordon College (3)||1155|
|286||New York Institute of Technology||1155|
|286||Christopher Newport University (2)||1155|
|292||Bryant University (2)||1153|
|293||University at Buffalo—SUNY||1150|
|293||George Mason University (2)||1150|
|293||St. Michael's College (2)||1150|
|293||Goucher College (2)||1150|
|293||Salisbury University (9)||1150|
|293||Appalachian State University||1150|
|299||University of California—Santa Cruz||1145|
|299||University of Nebraska—Lincoln||1145|
|299||Iowa State University||1145|
|299||University of San Francisco||1145|
|299||University of Kansas||1145|
|299||Arizona State University—Tempe (2)||1145|
|299||University of Kentucky||1145|
|299||Kansas State University (2)||1145|
|299||Oklahoma State University||1145|
|299||University of Massachusetts—Lowell||1145|
|299||Maryville University of St. Louis||1145|
|299||University of Louisville (3)||1145|
|299||University of Houston||1145|
|299||Juniata College (9)||1145|
|299||Ohio Wesleyan University (2)||1145|
|299||University of Minnesota—Morris||1145|
|299||Wittenberg University (2)||1145|
|299||William Jewell College (2)||1145|
|299||Judson College (4)||1145|
|299||Providence College (2)||1145|
|299||Loyola University New Orleans||1145|
|299||University of Wisconsin—La Crosse||1145|
|299||Oklahoma Christian University (3)||1145|
|327||Hofstra University (2)||1140|
|327||Florida Institute of Technology||1140|
|327||St. Anselm College (2)||1140|
|327||James Madison University||1140|
|327||University of South Florida—St. Petersburg||1140|
|327||Seattle Pacific University (3)||1140|
|327||Champlain College (3)||1140|
|334||Duquesne University (2)||1135|
|334||Washington and Jefferson College (2)||1135|
|338||University of California—Riverside||1130|
|338||Seton Hall University||1130|
|338||College of Charleston||1130|
|338||Georgia College & State University||1130|
|338||Florida Southern College||1130|
|345||University of Utah||1125|
|345||The Catholic University of America||1125|
|345||Colorado State University||1125|
|345||University of Illinois—Chicago (3)||1125|
|345||Mississippi State University||1125|
|345||University of Wyoming||1125|
|345||Montana State University||1125|
|345||Nova Southeastern University||1125|
|345||Eckerd College (3)||1125|
|345||St. Norbert College||1125|
|345||Nebraska Wesleyan University||1125|
|345||Centenary College of Louisiana||1125|
|345||Ouachita Baptist University||1125|
|345||University of Scranton||1125|
|345||St. Joseph's University (2)||1125|
|345||Spring Hill College||1125|
|345||Mississippi College (3)||1125|
|345||Xavier University (3)||1125|
|345||John Carroll University||1125|
|345||University of Evansville||1125|
|345||North Central College||1125|
|345||Lawrence Technological University||1125|
|345||Regis University (3)||1125|
|345||Martin Luther College (4)||1125|
|345||Montana Tech of the University of Montana||1125|
|382||Temple University (2)||1120|
|382||Siena College (2)||1120|
|384||New School (2)||1115|
|384||Adelphi University (9)||1115|
|384||Florida International University||1115|
|384||Stonehill College (2)||1115|
|384||Susquehanna University (2)||1115|
|384||Warren Wilson College (2)||1115|
|384||Roger Williams University (2)||1115|
|384||Point Loma Nazarene University||1115|
|384||Wentworth Institute of Technology||1115|
|396||University of Oregon||1110|
|396||Illinois State University||1110|
|396||San Diego State University||1110|
|396||Drew University (2)||1110|
|396||The King's College||1110|
|396||Assumption College (2)||1110|
|396||Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (2)||1110|
|396||University of Mary Washington||1110|
|396||University of North Florida||1110|
|396||University of Detroit Mercy||1110|
|396||University of Wisconsin—Eau Claire||1110|
|396||University of Minnesota—Duluth||1110|
|396||St. Edward's University||1110|
|396||Massachusetts Maritime Academy||1110|
|414||Oregon State University||1105|
|414||University of Mississippi (2)||1105|
|414||University of Alabama—Birmingham||1105|
|414||Virginia Commonwealth University (2)||1105|
|414||University of Rhode Island (3)||1105|
|414||University of Missouri—Kansas City||1105|
|414||Louisiana Tech University||1105|
|414||Georgia Southern University (3)||1105|
|414||University of Missouri—St. Louis||1105|
|414||Hartwick College (2)||1105|
|414||Albertus Magnus College (3)||1105|
|414||Christian Brothers University||1105|
|414||Tennessee Technological University||1105|
|414||Lee University (3)||1105|
|414||University of North Georgia||1105|
|414||Indiana Wesleyan University||1105|
|414||College of St. Scholastica||1105|
|414||Capital University (3)||1105|
|414||University of Michigan—Dearborn||1105|
|414||Olivet Nazarene University||1105|
|414||Abilene Christian University||1105|
|414||Western Washington University||1105|
|414||University of St. Thomas||1105|
|414||SUNY Maritime College||1105|
|414||Marietta College (4)||1105|
|414||Dordt College (3)||1105|
|414||University of Northwestern—St. Paul||1105|
|414||Oklahoma Baptist University||1105|
|456||High Point University||1101|
|457||University of New Hampshire||1100|
|457||St. John's University||1100|
|457||Texas Tech University||1100|
|457||University of North Texas (3)||1100|
|457||CUNY—City College (3)||1100|
|457||University of Redlands||1100|
|457||California Lutheran University||1100|
|467||University of Arizona (2)||1095|
|467||University at Albany—SUNY||1095|
|467||Ball State University (2)||1095|
|467||Salve Regina University (2)||1095|
|467||Pacific Lutheran University||1095|
|467||California Maritime Academy (4)||1095|
|474||Sacred Heart University (2)||1092|
|475||West Virginia University||1090|
|475||University of North Dakota (3)||1090|
|475||North Dakota State University (3)||1090|
|475||University of West Florida (3)||1090|
|475||Wichita State University (2)||1090|
|475||Presbyterian College (2)||1090|
|475||Wisconsin Lutheran College||1090|
|475||Manhattan College (3)||1090|
|475||Ramapo College of New Jersey||1090|
|475||Emmanuel College (2)||1090|
|475||SUNY Polytechnic Institute (3)||1090|
|475||Arkansas State University||1090|
|475||University of Tennessee—Chattanooga||1090|
|475||St. Catherine University||1090|
|475||Grand Valley State University||1090|
|475||Aquinas College (3)||1090|
|475||Concordia University Wisconsin (3)||1090|
|475||Missouri State University||1090|
|475||Viterbo University (4)||1090|
|475||St. Mary's College of California||1090|
|475||Pacific University (3)||1090|
|475||University of Colorado—Colorado Springs||1090|
|475||Lebanon Valley College (2)||1090|
|507||University of Hawaii—Manoa (3)||1085|
|507||University of North Carolina—Charlotte||1085|
|507||Nazareth College (2)||1085|
|507||SUNY College—Oneonta (3)||1085|
|507||Columbia International University||1085|
|507||William Carey University (3)||1085|
|507||University of Illinois—Springfield||1085|
|507||Newman University (9)||1085|
|507||George Fox University||1085|
|507||Trinity Christian College||1085|
|523||Kennesaw State University||1080|
|523||Walla Walla University||1080|
|523||Master's College and Seminary||1080|
|528||University of Maine||1075|
|528||University of Nevada—Reno||1075|
|528||Endicott College (2)||1075|
|528||West Chester University of Pennsylvania||1075|
|528||University of Tampa||1075|
|537||St. Mary's University of Minnesota||1070|
|537||South Dakota State University||1070|
|537||Trevecca Nazarene University (3)||1070|
|537||Trinity International University||1070|
|537||University of Louisiana—Lafayette||1070|
|537||University of Memphis||1070|
|537||University of Montana (3)||1070|
|537||University of New Orleans||1070|
|537||Utah State University||1070|
|537||Wayne State University||1070|
|537||Doane College (3)||1070|
|537||Ave Maria University (4)||1070|
|537||Bethany Lutheran College||1070|
|537||Misericordia University (3)||1070|
|537||Western New England University||1070|
|537||University of New England||1070|
|537||Murray State University||1070|
|537||University of Montevallo||1070|
|537||University of Central Arkansas||1070|
|537||King University (3)||1070|
|537||Augsburg College (3)||1070|
|537||University of St. Francis||1070|
|537||Southern Illinois University—Edwardsville||1070|
|537||University of Wisconsin—Platteville (3)||1070|
|537||California State Polytechnic University—Pomona (3)||1070|
|537||Southern Utah University||1070|
|537||University of the Ozarks||1070|
|537||Southern Adventist University||1070|
|537||Florida College (3)||1070|
|537||College of the Ozarks (3)||1070|
|537||University of Mount Union||1070|
|537||Marian University (3)||1070|
|537||Stephens College (3)||1070|
|537||Evangel University (3)||1070|
|537||Kansas Wesleyan University||1070|
|537||Lake Superior State University (2)||1070|
|537||Rocky Mountain College||1070|
|581||St. John Fisher College||1065|
|581||Georgia State University (3)||1065|
|581||Manhattanville College (2)||1065|
|581||Lincoln Memorial University||1065|
|588||Green Mountain College (4)||1060|
|588||Houston Baptist University||1060|
|588||Seton Hill University (2)||1060|
|588||Brigham Young University—Hawaii (4)||1060|
|595||Alaska Pacific University (3)||1058|
|596||College of Idaho||1055|
|596||Albright College (2)||1055|
|596||Marymount Manhattan College||1055|
|596||Le Moyne College||1055|
|596||Robert Morris University||1055|
|596||Roberts Wesleyan College||1055|
|596||University of New Haven||1055|
|596||California State University—Long Beach||1055|
|596||University of Houston—Clear Lake||1055|
|609||University of Texas—Tyler||1052|
|610||Southern Illinois University—Carbondale||1050|
|610||Kent State University||1050|
|610||Pace University (2)||1050|
|610||University of New Mexico||1050|
|610||University of South Dakota||1050|
|610||Bowling Green State University||1050|
|610||Central Michigan University||1050|
|610||University of Colorado—Denver||1050|
|610||Florida Atlantic University||1050|
|610||University of Akron||1050|
|610||University of Alaska—Fairbanks||1050|
|610||University of Massachusetts—Boston||1050|
|610||University of Nebraska—Omaha||1050|
|610||University of South Alabama (2)||1050|
|610||University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma||1050|
|610||Xavier University of Louisiana||1050|
|610||Mount St. Mary's University||1050|
|610||St. Bonaventure University||1050|
|610||College at Brockport—SUNY||1050|
|610||SUNY College—Cortland (2)||1050|
|610||York College of Pennsylvania||1050|
|610||Western Kentucky University||1050|
|610||University of Tennessee—Martin||1050|
|610||Troy University (3)||1050|
|610||Northern Kentucky University||1050|
|610||University of the Cumberlands||1050|
|610||Jacksonville State University (3)||1050|
|610||Louisiana State University—Shreveport (3)||1050|
|610||Baldwin Wallace University (2)||1050|
|610||University of Northern Iowa||1050|
|610||St. Ambrose University||1050|
|610||University of Nebraska—Kearney||1050|
|610||University of Wisconsin—Stevens Point (9)||1050|
|610||University of Wisconsin—Whitewater (2)||1050|
|610||University of Findlay||1050|
|610||Mount Vernon Nazarene University||1050|
|610||University of Wisconsin—River Falls||1050|
|610||Winona State University||1050|
|610||Northwest Missouri State University||1050|
|610||College of St. Mary||1050|
|610||Concordia University Chicago||1050|
|610||University of Wisconsin—Green Bay||1050|
|610||William Woods University||1050|
|610||Southeast Missouri State University (3)||1050|
|610||Minnesota State University—Moorhead||1050|
|610||Minot State University||1050|
|610||University of Mary (3)||1050|
|610||Hardin-Simmons University (3)||1050|
|610||San Jose State University||1050|
|610||Wheeling Jesuit University||1050|
|610||Williams Baptist College (4)||1050|
|610||Midway College (4)||1050|
|610||Buena Vista University||1050|
|610||Clarke University (4)||1050|
|610||Central Methodist University||1050|
|610||University of Jamestown (3)||1050|
|610||Grace College and Seminary (3)||1050|
|610||Maranatha Baptist University||1050|
|610||Oregon Institute of Technology||1050|
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