Mar 24, 2010 · Thread Famous Smart People that went to state schools or lower level universities? Author Date within 1 day 3 days 1 week 2 weeks 1 month 2 months 6 months 1 year of Examples: Monday, today, last week, Mar 26, 3/26/04
People frustrated with their careers might take comfort in the fact that McDonald's mogul Ray Kroc was a late bloomer who didn't get into the hamburger business until he was past age 50. Before that, he was a soda fountain worker, ambulance driver, bordello piano player, stock-market board operator, cashier, paper cup salesman, radio DJ and ...
Answer (1 of 13): Two out of three students, who matriculate in the US, do not make a financial success out of college. For every twelve students enrolling in college here are the outcomes: * Five drop out.
Mar 13, 2020 · Basically smart people, like so many working-class people, but not with those kinds of expectations or even opportunities.” In the late ’60s, Reichert left home for Antioch College in Ohio. Despite her family’s Republican background, she quickly gravitated to leftist activism, particularly the women’s movement.
These two guys grew up in Dayton, Ohio, and didn’t go to college. They ended up getting into the bicycle craze at the end of the 19 th century and opened a bicycle shop. They were following their passion for bicycles. Then they got increasingly more and more fascinated by gliders. Gliders were showing that people could fly.
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Sep 14, 2020 · Hollywood may be wear you go to get famous, but West Hollywood is where you go for the brainiacs. West Hollywood residents are hitting the books hard- with 44% having a bachelor’s degree and 99.4% having achieved at least a high school diploma.
I live in Ohio and am a believer in the worth of ALL humans and living creatures. I worked hard to go to college, became a Registered nurse and was considered by many to be one of the best nurses to give care. Hopefully, that will lessen some people's ideas that the name Dixie connotates poor, trashy, racist, redneck, whatever.