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

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She attended Cooper Union College in NYC where she was formerly trained.
Last week, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg traveled to the state's capitol to "stand up for marriage equality." On Thursday, he took that message to Manhattan's Cooper Union College, and took it one step further.
Helping students to do this were Secretary of Education Arne Duncan and NLD founder Jack Hidary in Washington, D.C., and Schools Chancellor Joel Klein and Professor Benjamin Davis of The Cooper Union College in New York City.
In a speech at New York's Cooper Union college, near Wall Street, Mr Obama outlined the need for new financial regulations and explained what the nation would be risking if the existing framework is allowed to remain in place unchanged.
In a speech at New York's Cooper Union College, Obama said that the new reforms proposed by his government would protect both taxpayers and banks after the recent recession.
"It is essential that we learn the lessons of this crisis, so we don't doom ourselves to repeat it," he told the audience at Cooper Union college in Manhattan, which included financial industry leaders.