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Foedus Hederanum

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Loci universitatum Foederis Hederani.

Foedus Hederanum[1] est athletica universitatum et collegiorum societas, quae in manibus athleticis ex octo institutionibus educationis superioris in Civitatibus Foederatis Boreorientalibus consistit. Nomen societatis illas scholas octo una attingit, praeter contextus athleticos.[2] Hae institutiones sunt Universitas Brunensis, Universitas Columbiae, Universitas Cornelliana, Collegium Dartmuthense, Universitas Harvardiana, Universitas Pennsylvaniensis, Universitas Princetoniensis, et Universitas Yalensis. Nomini Foederis Hederani sunt latentes excellentiae academicae atque elitismi socialis significationes.

Cratera Yalensis per lusum harpasti inter universitates Harvardianam et Yalensem, Ludum tantum appellatum, quotannis ex 1875 habitum.

Nomen primum in usu circa 1933 erat, sed rite sanctum est solum post Societatem Athleticam Collegiatam Nationalem constitutam, anno 1954.[3] Septem ex octo institutionibus conditae sunt per colonico Civitatum Foederatarum tempus. Cornelliana anno 1865 condita est. Inter institutiones Foederis Hederani sunt septem ex novem Collegia colonica quae ante Res Novas Americanas diplomata acceperant; alia sunt Universitas Rutgersensis et Collegium Gulielmi et Mariae.

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Academiis Foederis Hederani sunt nonnullae ex maximis dotationes in orbe terrarum.

Institutio Locus Nomen athleticum per ludibrium datum Numerus scholasticorum Dotatio anno 2015 Personae academicae Colores
Universitas Brunensis Providentia, Rhodensis Insula Ursi +8 649, $3.3 billion[4] +736,[5] Formula:College color boxes
Universitas Columbiae Urbs Novum Eboracum in civitate Novo Eboraco Leones +22 920, $9.6 billion[6] +3 763,[7] Formula:College color boxes
Universitas Cornelliana Ithaca in civitate Novo Eboraco Magnus Ruber Cornellianus 20,633 $6.2 billion[8] +2 908, Formula:College color boxes
Collegium Dartmuthense Hanovera Novae Hantoniae Magnus Viridis Dartmuthensis +6 141, $4.7 billion[9] 571 Formula:College color boxes
Universitas Harvardiana Cantabrigia Massachusettae Coccineus +21 225, $37.6 billion[10] +4 671,[11] Formula:College color boxes
Universitas Pennsylvaniensis Philadelphia Pennsilvaniae Tremebundi +20 643, $10.1 billion[12] +4 464,[13] Formula:College color boxes
Universitas Princetoniensis Princetonia Novae Caesareae Tigres +7 592, $22.7 billion[8] +1 172, Formula:College color boxes
Universitas Yalensis Portus Novus Connecticutae Canes Molossi +11 666, $25.6 billion[14] +4 140,[15] Formula:College color boxes

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  1. Anglice Ivy League.
  2. "Princeton Campus Guide – Ivy League" .
  3. "Ivy League History and Timeline" .
  4. Michael McDonald, "Brown Posts 16.1 Percent Investment Gain in Year Ended June 30," Bloomberg.com/news, 1 Octobris 2014 (bloomberg.com/news/2014-10-01/brown-posts-16-1-investment-gain-in-year-ended-june-30.html).
  5. "Faculty & Employees". Brown University .
  6. Christian Zhang, "University announces 17.5 percent return on endowment in 2014," Columbia Daily Spectator, Oct. 1, 2014 (columbiaspectator.com/news/2014/10/01/university-announces-175-percent-return-endowment-2014).
  7. http://www.columbia.edu/cu/opir/abstract/opir_faculty_history_1.htm
  8. 8.0 8.1 Peter Jacobs, "How All the Ivy League Endowments Performed," Business Insider, Oct. 22, 2014 (businessinsider.com/ivy-league-university-endowments-fiscal-year-2014-returns-2014-10).
  9. "College endowment valued at $4.5 billion," The Dartmouth, Sept. 16, 2014 (thedartmouth.com/2014/09/16/news/college-endowment-valued-at-4-5-billion).
  10. Michael McDonald, "Harvard’s 15.4% Gain Trails as Mendillo Successor Sought," Bloomberg.com/news, 24 Septembris 2014 (bloomberg.com/news/2014-09-23/harvard-has-15-4-investment-gain-trailing-dartmouth-penn-1-.html).
  11. "Archived copy" .
  12. Michael McDonald, "University of Pennsylvania Posts 17.5% Investment Return," Bloomberg.com/news, 18 Septembris 2014 (bloomberg.com/news/2014-09-18/university-of-pennsylvania-posts-17-5-investment-return-1-.html).
  13. "Penn: Penn Facts". The University of Pennsylvania .
  14. Adrian Rodrigues, "Yale endowment rises to all-time high," Yale Daily News, Sept. 25, 2014 (yaledailynews.com/blog/2014/09/25/yale-endowment-rises-to-all-time-high)
  15. "About – Facts". Yale University .

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