Talk:University of Jamestown

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Verifiable?[edit]

Verifiablity - I am going to try to find some third-party references to the historical stuff. Bear with me here.

Mitchberg 17:04, 24 January 2006 (UTC)

Christian School[edit]

I reverted the previous edit - the one changing its category from "private" to "christian". I graduated from JC - and while the school as affiliated with the Presbyterian Church, its focus and curriculum is not primarily "Christian", any more than that of Macalester University in the Twin Cities for example (also PC affiliated, also not "Christian").