Chestnut Hill College made the list at number 19. The college's main entrance is described as looking like the school but also kind of like a hotel.
Besides looking like a home for pubescent magicians, Chestnut Hill College will also host Nobel Laureate Dr. Michael Brownon Wednesday,
September 11, at 3:30 p.m. in the East Parlor, St. Joseph Hall.
From the press release: "Brown will
discuss his Nobel-prize winning research on the development of Statins used to
lower blood pressure and prevent heart attacks. Collaborating with long-time
colleague, Dr. Joseph L. Goldstein, they discovered the low density lipoprotein
(LDL) receptor, which are the primary carriers of cholesterol in blood and
cells. Their research showed that mutations in this receptor cause Familial
Hypercholesterolemia, a disorder that leads to premature heart attacks in one
out of every 500 people. They have
received many awards for their work, including the U.S. Nobel Prize for
Medicine or Physiology in 1985."