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Warren Buffett Stands On Shoulders Of Alma Mater, Columbia University, To See Future Riches

Warren Buffett’s rise as the world’s most successful investor is the stuff of legend. Born during the Great Depression in Nebraska, Buffett demonstrated keen business abilities at a young age. By 13, Buffett was dabbling in stocks, working odd jobs, and selling his own horseracing tip sheet. Known as the “Oracle of Omaha,” he made his first million soon after he turned 30…

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John F. Kennedy’s Legacy Endures at UVA Law School

In March 1958, John F. Kennedy and his wife Jackie went to the University of Virginia Law School’s first alumni Law Day. While introducing Kennedy before his address, John S. Battle, the Governor of Virginia said, “I venture the hope that in 1960, the Commonwealth of Virginia will join hands with the great Commonwealth of Massachusetts and present to you [as] the next president of the United States.”…

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Michael Jordan’s Lasting Legacy At The University Of North Carolina

As one of the most recognizable people in the world, Michael Jordan needs no introduction. With a legendary basketball career that includes one college national championship, two Olympic gold medals with the USA basketball team, and six NBA championships, Jordan is widely considered to be the greatest player to ever step on the hardwood…

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