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    Education in popular culture

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    • Education in fiction

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    • Films about education

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    • Museums in popular culture

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    • Bart the Genius

    • "Bart the Genius" is the second episode of The Simpsons' first season. It originally aired on the Fox network in the United States on January 14, 1990. It was the first episode written by Jon Vitti. It was also the first ever episode to use the opening sequence, as well as the first regular episode. In the episode Bart ... Read »


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    • Boarding school

    • A boarding school is a school at which most or all of the students live during the part of the year that they go to lessons. The word 'boarding' is used in the sense of "bed and board," i.e., lodging and meals. Some boarding schools also have day students who attend the institution by day and return to their families i ... Read »


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    • University of Cambridge in popular culture

    • Throughout its history, the University of Cambridge has featured heavily in cultural works. Here below are some notable examples. ... Read »


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    • Campus novel

    • A campus novel, also known as an academic novel, is a novel whose main action is set in and around the campus of a university. The genre in its current form dates back to the early 1950s. The Groves of Academe by Mary McCarthy, published in 1952, is often quoted as the earliest example, although in Faculty Towers: The ... Read »


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    • Columbia University in popular culture

    • This is a partially sorted list of Columbia University's representation in various films and television programs. Movies making reference to Columbia and/or featuring scenes shot on the Morningside campus include: ... Read »


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    • Food fight

    • A food fight is a form of chaotic collective behavior, in which food is thrown at others in the manner of projectiles. These projectiles are not made to harm or damage others, but to simply ignite a fight filled with spontaneous food throwing. Food fights may be impromptu examples of rebellion or violence; however, the ... Read »


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    • Johns Hopkins University in popular culture

    • Instances and mentions of Johns Hopkins University in popular culture. ... Read »


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    • Librarians in popular culture

    • Stereotypes of librarians in popular culture are frequently negative: librarians are portrayed as puritanical, punitive, unattractive, and introverted if female, or timid and effeminate if male. Such inaccurate stereotypes are likely to have a negative impact on the attractiveness of librarianship as a profession to yo ... Read »


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    • Media portrayals of the Canadian Indian residential school system

    • The list of Media portrayals of the Canadian Indian residential school system includes examples of works created to highlight lived experiences the Canadian Indian residential school system, a network of schools established by the Canadian government and administered by church officials to assimilate Aboriginal student ... Read »


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    • MIT in popular culture

    • The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), a teaching and research university in Cambridge, Massachusetts in the United States, has been referenced by many works of cinema, television and the written word. MIT's overall reputation has greater influence on its role in popular culture than does any particular aspec ... Read »


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    • New York University in popular culture

    • New York University (NYU) has been the subject of numerous aspects of popular culture. NYU is often portrayed in a variety of television shows, motion pictures, literature, and other media. This is a partially sorted list of NYU's representation in various films and television programs. Fictional NYU students and facul ... Read »


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    • University of Oxford in popular culture

    • The University of Oxford is the setting for numerous works of fiction. Quickly becoming part of the cultural imagination, Oxford was mentioned in fiction as early as 1400 when Chaucer in his Canterbury Tales referred to a "Clerk [student] of Oxenford": "For him was levere have at his beddes heed/ Twenty bookes, clad in ... Read »


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    • Princeton University in popular culture

    • Princeton University, one of the oldest universities in the United States, has been the subject of numerous aspects of popular culture. The trend accelerated after Princeton was ranked #1 by US News and World Report at the start of the 21st century. ... Read »


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    • School and university in literature

    • Educational settings as place and/or subject in fiction forms the theme of this exhaustive catalogue of titles and authors. Organized alphabetically by the author's last name, the information is further divided by general school environments and those where the university, specifically, is the primary focal point. The ... Read »


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    • Secrets of a Successful Marriage

    • Phil Hartman as Lionel Hutz "Secrets of a Successful Marriage" is the twenty-second and final episode of The Simpsons' fifth season. It originally aired on the Fox network in the United States on May 19, 1994. In the episode, Homer fears he may be a little slow, so he goes to the adult education center. While there, h ... Read »


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    • Stanford in popular culture

    • Stanford University has been often mentioned in fictional works of popular culture. List of Stanford University people#Fictional Stanford alumni ... Read »


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    • Tulane University in popular culture

    • Tulane University has been portrayed in several books, television shows, films and video games. Also, the campus and affiliated buildings have been used for several productions. (Alphabetical by author's surname) ... Read »


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    • List of television series about school

    • This is a list of television series about, or set in schools or classrooms. It also includes television shows about school teachers and students as well. ... Read »


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    • Varsity novel

    • A varsity novel is a novel whose main action is set in and around the campus of a university and focuses on students rather than faculty. Examples include Evelyn Waugh's Brideshead Revisited, Donna Tartt's The Secret History, Tom Sharpe's Porterhouse Blue and Stephen Fry's The Liar and Making History. Novels that focus ... Read »


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    • Yale in popular culture

    • Yale University, one of the oldest universities in the United States, has been the subject of numerous aspects of popular culture. ... Read »


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