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  Eating clubs (Princeton University) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Five clubs - University Cottage Club, Cap and Gown Club, The Ivy Club, Tiger Inn ("TI"), and Princeton Tower Club - are selective and choose their members through a process called bicker.
Unlike fraternities and sororities, to which the clubs are sometimes compared, all of the clubs admit both male and female members, and members (with the exception of the undergraduate officers) do not live in the mansion.
Ivy Club was the first of the permanent eating clubs.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Eating_clubs_(Princeton_University)   (1201 words)

 The Ivy Club - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Ivy Club, founded in 1879, was the first eating club at Princeton University.
The members of each class are selected through bicker, a series of interviews followed by discussions amongst the members.
This article on a northeastern U.S. institution of higher education is a stub.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Ivy_Club   (292 words)

 Club Ivy
Club Ivy is situated one street west of Castellana in the heart of Madrid.
A nice thing is that Club Ivy gets a large influx of students from June through September because they have a program where they send many of their students overseas for a summer or fall semester.
Club Ivy policy is that if a one-to-one or one-to-two class cancels 24 hours in advance, then the teacher is not paid for the class.
www.madridteacher.com /academies/club-ivy.htm   (994 words)

 Ivy Club   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
First of the eating clubs, Ivy Club was founded in 1878 and incorporated in 1883.
In 1882, Ivy Club took the bold step of erecting its own clubhouse on a lot on the north side of Prospect Avenue, where Colonial Club stands today.
The club acquired the lot on the south side of Prospect Avenue formerly occupied by the Osborn house lot and broke ground on a new structure in the spring of 1897.
etcweb.princeton.edu /Campus/text_Ivy.html   (566 words)

 Princeton University Eating Clubs | Seeley G. Mudd Manuscript Library   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
The rise of the eating clubs as the primary social and culinary outlet of the upperclasses in the twentieth century at Princeton University is due to a variety of factors.
By 1917, their were 17 clubs with the oldest ones still offering the most social prestige to members, with 15% to 20% of the sophomore class not being elected to any club.
The 100% admittance to clubs lasted through the early 1960s with the exception of 1958 where 23 men were refused admittance to a club of their choice amid charges of discrimination.
libweb.princeton.edu /libraries/firestone/rbsc/finding_aids/eat-club.html   (2877 words)

 Eating clubs
Ivy was followed in 1886 by the University Cottage Club, which got its start in the ``University cottage'' on University Place, and in the early 1890s by Tiger Inn, Cap and Gown, Colonial, Cannon, and Elm, which adopted common campus terms for their names.
Wilson's alternative to the eating clubs was continued in the Quad Plan he proposed to the trustees in 1907 (Residential, Dining and Social Facilities).
Three more clubs discontinued operations in the early 1970s and their buildings were used for other purposes -- Elm and Cannon as quarters for University research programs, Cloister Inn as a club open to all alumni -- but Cloister Inn was revived as an undergraduate eating club in 1977, and Elm Club, in 1978.
etcweb.princeton.edu /CampusWWW/Companion/eating_clubs.html   (1403 words)

 Golf - Ivy Hills Country Club
In the final analysis, the length of the course is not the major factor in the level of complexity at Ivy Hills.
The true challenge is in the abundance of elevation changes throughout the property, the variety of shot values into the green complexes, bunkering, large undulating greens, and the gusty westerly winds.
Ivy Hills is as finely balanced and strategically sound as it is challenging.
www.ivyhillscountryclub.com /fw/main/Golf-3.html   (341 words)

 The Daily Princetonian - Ivy, T.I. told to go coed
Poff also ordered the clubs to report to her office twice during the next two years in order for the division to monitor their compliance with the ruling.
The clubs' reports to the civil rights division would include a statement of the number of women who have bickered as well as the number rejected by each club, according to Poff.
Poff ruled that because Ivy and Tiger have retained their ties with the university, they are subject to state laws prohibiting sexual discrimination in public accommodations.
www.dailyprincetonian.com /archives/2006/02/06/news/14332.shtml?type=printable   (888 words)

 Weekend: Fight club
Club More is a concert venue, a DJ dance hall, recreational boxing arena on Monday nights and watering hole the rest of the time.
The Club More complex is broken into three areas: the Gallery, an intimate "groovy living room" atmosphere with a psychedelic projection lava lamp; an outdoor deck dining area; and a dark, cavernlike warehouse, where most of the concerts and boxing take place.
Faye and one of the club's owners, Ted Henderson, are looking forward to two acts, Syrup, a Southern rock band from Tallahassee that plays July 28, and Fear, a 1970s punk band slated for Aug. 24.
www.sptimes.com /News/071201/news_pf/Weekend/Fight_club.shtml   (515 words)

 The Daily Princetonian - Plans for Ivy Club renovation underway
Ivy Club received preliminary approval last week for a 5,300 square foot expansion that would increase its floor space by almost 25 percent.
Renovation of frequently used space will be timed to avoid the academic year, according to Ivy Bicker chair Patricia Gadsden '05, one of the undergraduate club officers most knowledgeable about the construction project.
Ivy graduate board president James Griffin '55 will spearhead the fundraising effort, which will draw on the resources of Ivy's alumni.
www.dailyprincetonian.com /archives/2005/02/09/news/11950.shtml   (629 words)

 Ivy Elizabeth (revisions)
It will also allow Ivy to have her own Domain name as soon as I can convince Mom that it is essential...
It now includes Ivy Spam and the ability to read some of her e-mail.
Ivy's new homepage is up, being tested and completed, at http://members.macconnect.com/users/t/tetten/homepage.new2.
www.ettenborough.net /ivy/revisions.html   (1381 words)

 Organizational Mission Statements   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
The Student Culinary Arts Club of Ivy Tech is organized for students who share a common interest in the culinary arts.
The club develops and expands student interest in culinary arts through social interaction and camaraderie in addition to traditional educational study.
The Club incorporated in its mission statement the importance of promoting Ivy Tech’s program and upholding the professionalism of the industry.
www.gary.ivytech.edu /folders/studentaffairs/studentlife/orgsandclubs.html   (829 words)

 Colonial Club   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Colonial Club was founded in 1891, fifth of the eating clubs.
Perhaps one of Colonial Club's early attractions was its location near the Evelyn College for women, but after a couple of years the club decided to move.
This was the period when competition between clubs was at its most intense, and Colonial attempted to rise to the architectural challenge of its neighbors across the street -- Cottage and Ivy.
etcweb.princeton.edu /Campus/text_Colonial.html   (451 words)

 M. club lax battles Ivy foes at its first NCLL tournament - Sports
The men's club lacrosse team went 1-2 this weekend in its first competition as an associate member of the National College Lacrosse League.
Unlike some of the more visible club sports teams on campus - notably the ultimate Frisbee and rugby clubs - the men's lacrosse team has been closer to an intramural sport than a competitive club team in the recent past.
This year, through the efforts of club president Tim Savage '08, the team is now an associate member of the NCLL and will become a full-time member next year.
www.browndailyherald.com /news/2006/04/19/Sports/M.Club.Lax.Battles.Ivy.Foes.At.Its.First.Ncll.Tournament-1861002.shtml   (453 words)

 Ivy Singles - MIT Club of Washington DC
Ivy Singles - MIT Club of Washington DC The Ivy Singles Social Club
The Ivy Singles Social Club (ISSC) is a coalition of Ivy League, Seven Sister, and other prestigious schools' regional alumni associations that sponsors social activities.
Bob Pearsall is the MIT Club of Washington’s representative to Ivy Singles DC.
alumweb.mit.edu /clubs/washingtondc/ivysingles.html   (339 words)

 NewsAdvance.com | Hicks retires as Ivy Hill club pro
Hicks said Ivy Hill is the only golf club in the Lynchburg area with computerized club fitting, which helps assess club speed and swing position when the ball is hit to determine what length, size shaft and angle of club a player needs.
He added the club will soon be the first in the area to offer a heated shed around a tee on its driving range for winter and wet weather indoor/outdoor stroke analysis.
A native of Amherst, Hicks didn't pick up his first set of clubs until he was 35, nearly 10 years after serving his second tour of duty in Vietnam in the late 1960s.
www.newsadvance.com /servlet/Satellite?pagename=LNA/MGArticle/LNA_BasicArticle&c=MGArticle&cid=1128768040220&path=!sports   (612 words)

 The Daily Princetonian - Following a week of uncertainty, Parry '06 gets Ivy Club bid
Fortunately for Parry, none of the visitors were the ones he dreaded — members of Ivy Club informing him that he had been denied membership.
Though he said the atmosphere surrounding the Bicker process was not too "intimidating," the wait for the club's decision was stressful to say the least.
The parade ended at Ivy Club, where music was playing and new and old members celebrated together.
www.dailyprincetonian.com /archives/2004/02/09/news/9543.shtml   (401 words)

 The Daily Princetonian - Board reviews plans for Ivy, jazz club
Princeton Township's Site Plan Review Advisory Board met Monday night to review proposals for Ivy Club's planned expansion and for a new restaurant and jazz club, marking the next step toward the approval of both projects — and the potential expansion of entertainment options both on and off the Street.
Ivy hopes to build an addition designed by Porphyrios Associates — which also designed Whitman College — that would include a new "great room" and a "crypt" to be used for computer and study space.
Though several board members expressed concern over the size of the addition, the board as a whole was generally receptive to the plans presented.
www.dailyprincetonian.com /archives/2005/02/03/news/11890.shtml   (555 words)

 Trilogy Golf Club
Trilogy Golf Clubs are placed among remarkable settings throughout the American West, and though they are in different locations, they all share the same fervor for providing a quality golf experience unlike any other - a Great Golf Experience, in fact.
Trilogy Golf Clubs provide anticipatory service, exceptional course conditions, and layouts which are able to challenge the accomplished player while still accommodating the novice.
Trilogy Golf Clubs are proud to be among the best values in their respective markets.
www.trilogygolfclub.com   (272 words)

 ~*~*Jill and Ivy's Disney Club*~*~   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Ivy and I are the only two left in the Disney Club, but we are trying to make this tiny club larger than life...
The two other people who were former members, quit the Disney Club because they wanted to fulfill their own club.
So here we are trying to make our own Club Homepage for publicity and for people to know how big of Disney fans we really are.
www.koolpages.com /disneyclub/disneyc.htm   (168 words)

 Ivy Hill Golf Club
Nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Ivy Hill Golf Club is a challenging 18-Hole course.
With five sets of tee boxes, Ivy Hill's layout is considered one of the toughest in the area and places a premium on precision shot making while using every club in your bag.
NOTE: Dr. Lanny Yeske, a new member to Ivy Hill Golf Club, and evacuee fro Hurricane Katrina ravaged Mississippi, will be at the Holiday Open House on December 3, 2006.
www.ivyhillgc.com   (210 words)

 Ivy Tech Community College of Indiana - Future Students - Student Involvement - Student Organizations
The Photo Club meets once a month on the third Saturday of the month.Club members gather at different sites around the city to socialize, visit displays of art and to take pictures.The club is open to all students, faculty, and staff with any camera interest; 35 mm, SLR, or digital.
Ivy Tech Community College-Central Indiana is proud of the Veterans Club and the active role it plays in campus life.Some club-sponsored activities are the distribution of flags and other patriotic symbols on Flag Day and Memorial Day, participation in the annual Veterans Day parade, and the annual Sgt.Sammy L. Davis Scholarship Luncheon.
Membership in the Ivy Tech Community College of Indiana Alumni Association is open to graduates, current and former students, faculty and staff, and friends of the College.
www.ivytech.edu /indianapolis/future-students/student-involvement   (1864 words)

 Wharton Club of Mexico City
Network with fellow Wharton alumni and alumni from other top business schools through a range of events, from purely social mixers, to fun charity events, to informative lectures by some of today's most interesting business, cultural, social and academic leaders.
The only way to keep you informed of The Wharton Club of Mexico City events is by maintaining an up-to-date alumni directory, please help us by registering be sure to include your name, school within Wharton, date of graduation and enough professional and personal information so we can get in touch with you.
This web site is produced and administered by the Wharton Club of Mexico City, a chartered alumni club of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
www.clubwharton.com.mx /index.htm   (247 words)

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This is our online home and a source for the latest information on the Ivy CC and its activities.
The club meets in the community centre in Torrance every Thursday evening at 7.00 pm throughout the year.
I saw the last one he did 3 years ago and it was an interesting evening finding out a bit more about the club history.
www.ivycc.co.uk   (481 words)

 Cursos de Idiomas en el Extranjero, Asesoría Académica y Preparación de Exámenes | Club Ivy
Club Ivy es una organización desarrollada por ex alumnos de prestigiosas universidades en todo el mundo.
Multiplica tus opciones de ser admitido en la universidad que quieres con la ayuda de Ivy Admissions de Club Ivy y nuestro exclusivo sistema de asesoría modulado en cuatro fases.
Club Ivy Store es nuestra librería internacional especializada en libros de texto de idiomas y preparación de exámenes oficiales, así como literatura extranjera y guías de viajes.
www.clubivy.com   (249 words)

 The Ivy Alliance
The mission of the Ivy Alliance is to build a sense of community and promote a spirit of community service among alumni from Barnard, Brown, Bryn Mawr, Columbia, Cornell, Dartmouth, Harvard, Mount Holyoke, University of Pennsylvania, Princeton, Smith, Vassar, Wellesley and Yale.
The Ivy Alliance board is responsible for determining the direction of the group, and organizing Ivy Alliance events.
The Ivy Volunteers help with the running of Ivy Alliance events, and also organize other community service events for Ivy alumni, such as working the pledge breaks at KQED.
www.geocities.com /ivyalliance   (591 words)

 Ivy Singles Plus - MIT Club of Washington DC
Ivy Singles Plus - MIT Club of Washington DC Ivy Singles Plus (50+)
To register please call John Van Winkle, ISP President, at 301-933-0833 and let him know you’re coming and if you are bringing another "single" guest.
The Ivy Singles Plus (formerly Ivy Over 50 Singles) sponsors events such as these for mature singles, usually 50 or older, who are graduates of Ivy and other premier colleges and universities.
alumweb.mit.edu /clubs/washingtondc/over50.html   (324 words)

 M. club soccer hosts, wins Ivy tournament - Sports
Despite an anticlimactic finish, the men's club soccer team sewed up a first-place result at the Ivy League club tournament this weekend.
The men's club soccer team is funded by the University and is an official part of the Department of Athletics.
The club team plays both a fall and spring season, but the Ivy League tournament is one of its biggest events of the year.After defeating Tufts 3-0 in the tournament opener on Friday, Brown dropped its second game to Cornell United by a score of 2-1.
www.browndailyherald.com /news/2006/10/03/Sports/M.Club.Soccer.Hosts.Wins.Ivy.Tournament-2327745.shtml   (463 words)

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