We have something super exciting to announce this week!
Join in #COETAILtrivia as we have a little fun leading up to our big reveal on Thursday at 11pm GMT. We’ll release a new question every 8 hours on Facebook, Instagram, G+, Twitter and right here on this blog post. Follow us to make sure you know the moment the next question goes live!
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Got your thinking caps on? Let’s go!
All of our trivia questions have a common theme! Here’s a hint: We’ve partnered with a university to offer you stackable graduate certificates towards a Master’s Degree! Keep following and participating in our trivia game to discover which one! Do you think you know who we’ve partnered with? Submit your answer here.
Q1: Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland was self-published by Lewis Carroll in what year?
A1. It was published in 1865. #COETAILtrivia #COETAIL
Q2. This actress is part of a talented family. Her mom and sister are a famous country-western singing duo.
A2. Ashley Judd. #COETAILtrivia #COETAIL
Q3. This museum suffered a sinkhole in 2014 that cost $3.2 million to repair.
A3. National Corvette Museum. #COETAILtrivia #COETAIL
Q4. This biologist won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1933 for discoveries elucidating the role that the chromosome plays in heredity.
A4. Thomas Hunt Morgan won a Nobel Prize in 1933. #COETAILtrivia #COETAIL
Q5. This history teacher won Teacher of the Year in the US in 1984.
A5. Sherleen S. Sisney was US teacher of the year in 1984. #COETAILtrivia #COETAIL
Q6. This US Senator’s first name is actually Addison.
A6. Mitch McConnell’s first name is actually Addison. #COETAILtrivia #COETAIL
Q7. This American feud between two families spanned thirty years, 1863-1891.
A7. Hatfield & McCoy. #COETAILtrivia #COETAIL
Q8. This cave is the world’s longest and is the second oldest tourist attraction in the United States.
A8. Mammoth Cave is the world’s longest. #COETAILtrivia #COETAIL
Q9. Bill Monroe is the father of this music genre.
A9. Bluegrass. #COETAILtrivia #COETAIL
Q10. The Louisiana Purchase opened markets for trade in southern states along the Mississippi River, including this popular type of whiskey.
A10. Kentucky Bourbon. #COETAILtrivia #COETAIL
Q11. This annual horse race is held the first Saturday in May.
A11. Kentucky Derby. #COETAILtrivia #COETAIL
Q12. This tier 1 research university also boasts the most successful NCAA Division I basketball program in history.
A12. University of Kentucky. #COETAILtrivia #COETAIL