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Discussion in 'In-State Rivals' started by CurvedAir, Feb 20, 2017.
When you realize colleges are actually about education and not sports.
So we won the electoral college?
Thanks lil bro.
Psssh. We aren't very good at those either, so suck on that!
It's the heavy Illinois influence. Close that border.
A couple of things
1) what the hell is up with Lyon county?
2) I think they're confusing majority with plurality on the map legend
Carver College of Medicine
University of Iowa College of Dentistry
University of Iowa College of Law
Iowa Writer's Workshop (Best in the Nation)
Go back to the Wasteland.
No. I'm not saying the U of I is a bad school. I'm saying that the board is talking about the number of Iowa kids attending Iowa State total a greater number than the other in-state universities. It was a counter to your sarcastic post. More Iowa high school and community college students choose ISU.
Which one of those did you graduate from?
Extend the map into Illinois...the Hoks own it. (Except in basketball)
I'd like to know as well.
Only took to post #10 in the thread for someone to deflect from the meaning of the graphic posted in the OP. Pretty sure there aren't any freshly minted HS grads enrolling directly into the programs you've mentioned (which are good programs, BTW; as is ISU's professional degree program in Vet Med)
None, just a run of the mill BA here.
Lyon County....small population and pretty sure if someone dug into the stats they would find most kids choosing a 4 year ed. head to South Dakota State or the small 4 year colleges in Sioux Falls. Also some "different" religious denominations up there that don't stress post high education.