Cooper Union

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Noun1.Cooper Union - university founded in 1859 by Peter Cooper to offer free courses in the arts and sciencesCooper Union - university founded in 1859 by Peter Cooper to offer free courses in the arts and sciences
Greater New York, New York, New York City - the largest city in New York State and in the United States; located in southeastern New York at the mouth of the Hudson river; a major financial and cultural center
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At nights he studied science in the free classes of Cooper Union.
The Financial Monitor shall, with respect to substantive proposals relating to finances of Cooper Union to be voted on by the Board or any of the committees it is required to attend, state its recommendations as to those proposals and the rationales thereof, or, if it cannot provide recommendations, the reasons for that inability, at the time of the vote in question.
Located in Manhattan, the Cooper Union is one of the country's most exclusive universities specializing in art, architecture and engineering.
The invitation to speak at Cooper Union gave him that opportunity.
Meanwhile, Ivory Tower also chronicles a dramatic clash of competing visions at Cooper Union in New York City.
But today in Cooper Union I stand on the same place where Abraham Lincoln stood over 150 years ago and condemned the scourge of slavery, to state, loud and clear, that we the Palestinian people condemn terrorism, we condemn what happened on 9/11, we condemn the treatment of Christians and non-Christians by ISIS (Daaish) I am speaking on behalf of 99% of the Muslim peoples around the world.
Through a separate Memorandum of Understanding, The Cooper Union has granted St.
In true Cooper Union fashion, they organized an art show in the hallway, titled STEP DOWN
The late October leak that the Board seemed to have decided that converting Cooper Union to a tuition-based institution may be the only way to keep the school solvent was met with bewilderment by students and faculty members alike, who demanded to know what, exactly, was going on.
He would, however, discuss Thom Mayne's new Cooper Union building.
PhD, Cooper Union Institute of Technology, 1932; Postgraduate studies: Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute, 1935-1936; Harvard, 1944-1945; Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1944-1945; New York University, 1946-1947.

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