Eli is a nickname for a Yale University athlete (or student).
Students from Yale are called yalies. What are cambridge students called?
Not just any ivy league school. Eli is a nickname for a Yale University student or graduate, after Yale benefactor Elihu Yale
Eli Whitney went to Yale from 1789 to 1792. Eli Whitney was the inventor of the cotton gin. He was born in 1765 and died in 1825.
The first university, Yale was founded by Eli Yale.
He graduated from Yale College in 1792.
Eli Whitney attended college at Yale.
At Yale university
He studied Law
Yale university has 12,495 students today February 26,2010
Practically all of them. Yale does not take students who are not likely to graduate.
Yale University has a total student body of 12,223, of which 5,414 are undergraduate students, and 6,809 postgraduate students. Yale was founded in 1701.
I think he studied agriculture.
There are an estimated 11,875 students that attend Yale each year. Yale is one of the top colleges in the United States.
A Yale University student or alumnus is known informally as either an Eli or a Yalie.
Eli Whitney was not trained to be a farmer. He graduated from Yale and became an inventor and manufacturer.
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