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Geneva College

Geneva College is a Christian liberal arts college in Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania. Founded in 1848, in Northwood, the college moved to its present location in 1880, where it continues to educate a student body of about 1400 traditional undergraduates in over 30 majors, as well as graduate students in a handful of master's programs; the only undergraduate institution affiliated with the Reformed Presbyterian Church of North America, the college's undergraduate core curriculum emphasizes the humanities and the formation of a Reformed Christian worldview. Geneva College was founded in 1848 in Northwood, Ohio, by John Black Johnston, a minister of the RPCNA; the college was founded as "Geneva Hall", was named after the Swiss center of the Reformed faith movement. After closing during the American Civil War, the college continued operating in Northwood until 1880. By that time, the college leadership had begun a search for alternate locations that were closer to urban areas. After considering several locations in the Midwest, the denomination chose the College Hill neighborhood of Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania.

The college constructed its current campus on land donated by the Harmony Society. Old Main, the oldest building on campus, was completed in 1881; the Rapp Technical Design Center was completed in 2002. A major project to reroute Pennsylvania Route 18, which runs through the campus, was completed in November 2007. Improvements to Reeves Stadium and the construction of a campus entrance and pedestrian mall were completed in time for the fall semester in 2009. Two bodies oversee the administration of the college, the Board of Corporators and the Board of Trustees. Both Boards drafted the philosophical basis on which the college rests, known as the Foundational Concepts of Higher Education; the RPCNA still takes an active sponsorship and oversight role in the college: the college president and chairman of the Department of Biblical Studies must be members of the RPCNA, all members of the Board of Corporators and the majority of the Board of Trustees must be RPCNA members. All professors and lecturers in the Department of Biblical Studies must subscribe to the Westminster Confession of Faith, all full-time faculty and staff members must submit a written statement confessing faith in Jesus Christ and the Christian religion.

Geneva offers undergraduate degree programs in the arts and sciences, such as elementary education, engineering, student ministry and psychology. In 2006, the Educational Testing Service rated the Business and Accounting undergraduates in the 95th percentile amongst American colleges. Geneva offers a Degree Completion Program for degrees in Human Resource Management, Community Ministry or Organizational Development for adult students at off-campus locations. Geneva established the Center for Urban Theological Studies in Philadelphia and has sister colleges in Taiwan and South Korea. Geneva offers graduates studies in several fields; these include a Master of Business Administration, a Masters of Science in Organizational Leadership, Masters of Education in Reading or Special Education, Masters of Arts in Counseling or Higher Education. Geneva established the Center for Technology Development in 1986 for providing research and technical support to local industries and entrepreneurs; the Center was awarded first prize in the Consolidated Natural Gas Company’s Annual Award of Excellence competition in 1990.

Geneva College is a member institution of the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities, Council of Independent Colleges, National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities. Accreditations include the Commission on Higher Education of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology, Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs, American Chemical Society and the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs. Geneva's sports teams are called the Golden Tornadoes; the college is a dual member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division III and National Christian College Athletic Association Division I. The Golden Tornadoes compete as a member of the Presidents' Athletic Conference. Geneva was a member of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics for many years, competed in the now-defunct American Mideast Conference. Geneva joined the NCAA as a provisional member in 2007 and during the transition process was not eligible for post season play or conference Player of the Week honors until gaining membership in July 2011.

The school offers a range of men's and women's varsity sports, including football, softball, volleyball and field, cross country and soccer. Geneva has offered rugby as a club sport since 1994. See List of Geneva Golden Tornadoes head football coachesFootball competition began in 1890 under head coach William McCracken. Over the years, the football team has amassed an all-time record of 496 wins, 437 losses, 48 ties with five appearances in the Victory Bowl; the current football coach is Geno DeMarco. Students must attend a designated number of weekly college-sponsored chapels to qualify for graduation. Alcohol is banned from the campus, tobacco use is restricted from the entire campus. Greek letter fraternities and sororities are not permitted. One of the earliest college basketball games in the United States occurred at Geneva College on April 8, 1893, when the Geneva College Covenanters defeated the New Brighton YMC

Kwon Hyun-bin

Kwon Hyun-bin known by his stage name Viini, is a South Korean model, singer-songwriter and actor. He is well known for his appearance in reality survival program Produce 101 Season 2 and debuting in former boy group JBJ. Kwon Hyun-bin was born on March 1997 in Seoul, South Korea, he resided in Tokyo, Japan for studies joining the baseball team in Aoba-Japan International School. Upon return to South Korea, he studied in Jungkyung High School as an athlete specializing in Fencing, went on to being selected as a representative for the teens' fencing tournament. Not too long after, Kwon sustained an injury therefore having to give up on fencing and returning to a life of an ordinary high school student. In 2015, Kwon began his modelling career under the youngest roster at the time, he appeared on a variety of pictorials, as well as the May issue of GQ Korea. In April 2017, Kwon appeared on Mnet survival program Produce 101 Season 2, he finished by overall placing 22nd and soon was offered to join project boy group JBJ, consisting of contestants chosen by the viewers.

In October 2017, JBJ debuted with their first extended play Fantasy. After seven months, the group's contract came to an end in April 2018. In midst of promotions with JBJ, Kwon appeared on JTBC reality program Live a Good Life alongside labelmates WINNER's Kim Jin-woo and Yoo Byung-jae. Following disbandment, Kwon became a fixed cast member of MBC variety program Dunia: Into a New World. On February 1, 2019 Kwon joined as a cast member on JTBC's reality show Try It alongside labelmate Yoo Byung-jae. On May 31, Kwon was revealed to be gearing up for a solo debut through YG Entertainment's subsidiary label YGX, followed news of the launch of YouTube channel Kwon Hyunbin Begins where footage of his album preparation, his daily life, more would be revealed. Kwon made his solo debut on August 19, 2019 with self-composed lead single "Genie" under the stage name Viini, he began promotions with first music show appearance at MBC Show! Music Core on August 24. South Korean cosmetics brand LiliByRed selected Kwon as an exclusive model on July 20, 2017.

A representative from the brand revealed: "Hyun-bin is compatible with the image of the new product, known through Kwon Hyun-bin's lustful lips and refreshing charm." The following year, he was joined by Gugudan's Mina as a modelling partner to increase synergy and strengthen the brand image. On September 15, 2018 he attended a fan meeting held by the cosmetics brand as promotion for the lip products. Hyun-bin was awarded with "Account With Most Growth" in South Korea through Instagram in 2017; the significant rise of followers within the year interpreted the impact he had made among the mass public. YGKPLUS Kwon Hyun-bin Official Website

Toei 6000 series

The Toei 6000 series is an electric multiple unit train type operated by the Tokyo subway operator Tokyo Metropolitan Bureau of Transportation on the Toei Mita Line in Tokyo, between 1968 and 1999, subsequently on the Chichibu Railway, Kumamoto Electric Railway, Kereta Commuter Indonesia in Indonesia. The 6000 series operated on the Toei Mita Line from its opening in 1968; the 6000 series won the 1969 Laurel Prize from the Japan Railfan Club. Delivered with unpainted stainless steel front ends, the blue bodyside bands were extended to the front ends from 1988. Following withdrawal from the Toei Mita Line in 1999 and replacement by Toei 6300 series EMUs, a number of former 6000 series units were resold to other railway operators in Japan and donated to KA Commuter Jabodetabek in Indonesia. Chichibu Railway 5000 series 3-car sets Kumamoto Electric Railway 6000 series 2-car sets KRL Jabodetabek 6000 series 12 former 6000 series cars were sold to the Chichibu Railway in 1999, where they were reformed as four three-car 5000 series sets.

The original Toei car numbers and subsequent identities were. 72 former 6000 series cars were donated to KRL Jabodetabek in Indonesia in 2000 as part of an Official development assistance programme to upgrade commuter train services in the Jakarta area. Eight six-car sets and 24 middle cars were shipped to Indonesia, entering revenue service there from August 2000. In 2004, the trainsets were reformed into eight six-car sets and three eight-car sets, made possible by rebuilding some former intermediate cars with new driving cabs; the fleet subsequently underwent further extensive reorganization and rebuilding of driving cars damaged in accidents. Withdrawals commenced in December 2012 with set 6201, displaced by an increasing number of newer and longer trains delivered from Japan; the last set to remain in service, 6181, was repainted into the new KA Commuter Jabodetabek red livery in February 2016, before being withdrawn in September 2016. Since February 2018, car 6181 from the last operating set, 6181F, is now preserved in Depok EMU Depot as a static display, with electrical systems such as lighting and automatic door operational, due to some modifications to the train.

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