Cooper Union

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university founded in 1859 by Peter Cooper to offer free courses in the arts and sciences

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Lincer, chairman of The Cooper Union Board of Trustees.
So when Lincoln arrived at Cooper Union, he was loaded for bear.
Instead, college is worth it because, as those Cooper Union kids show us, those who are willing to test their intellects and assumptions against the best ideas of the past can become better people who can build a better society.
Clark distinguished faculty and guests, religious leaders, dear students and members of the Cooper Union community, thank you for this opportunity to speak at one of the world's most distinguished Colleges.
John's providing The Cooper Union with access during certain hours each weekday to two classrooms and satellite office space.
He made a deal with the city so that the taxes on the land that Cooper Union owned would come to the school and not the city.
In this framework, education has its own value--and this is what makes Cooper Union radical and worth saving, perhaps even worth imitating: It is operating on a fundamentally different idea of what education is, and what it can be.
The night before, Pallasmaa had delivered his lecture in the original 1858 Cooper Union Foundation Building, across the road from Mayne's academic building.
8th, 1974, and the Presidents Citation for outstanding professional achievement in Engineering and Science by the Cooper Union Institute of Technology, which he is one of thirty six individuals who has achieved this honor in the last 150 years of Cooper Union as an Institution.
Cumberbatch, a professor at the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, a private, free-tuition college in New York City, lived in northwestern Ghana, where his father was a doctor, just after independence.
the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, and Cooper Union Art School in New York City.
A resident of San Francisco, Barbara Traub is a photographer and multimedia artist whose work has been exhibited at venues ranging from the San Francisco Arts Commission, to Cooper Union in New York, to the Museum of Neon Art in Los Angeles, to the Hubble Space Telescope Science Institute, and so many other distinguished places around the world.
10 NEW YORK'S BEST PERMANENT EXHIBITION At Laundrobot on East Sixth Street, owner Yuri Blanarovich, in collaboration with Cooper Union student Robin Randisi, displays single socks found in his facility.
95): If the sun doesn't burn you, this copy of Kramer's blistering '04 speech at New York City's Cooper Union will.
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