Not currently (2010) but there have been two that played in the NFL.
Wilbur Young was a defensive lineman for the Chiefs, Chargers, and Redskins between 1971-1982 and Warren Loving was a running back for the Bills during the strike games in 1987.
William Penn went to Oxford University but got expelled from there soon after arriving. He then went to a Protestant college in France. He then later attended the Inns of Court to, to study law
Kal Penn went to University of California, Los Angeles (BA)
No. He was not. The king borrowed money from William Penn's father. When William's father died, he wanted his repayment in land. SO he and the Quakers went over and founded the colony of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania meaning " Penn's wood's". The name was after William Penn's father. So no, he was not in any battles.
He was set by the British to be a American general
No he did not went to college
she had various musical tutorials in the United States and oddly, Europe, she was not a college student in the usual sense. Marian Anderson was the celebrated Black Contralto.
He went to Marshall College.
William Penn went to prison for being a Quaker. Everyone in England was supposed to be Church of England. His father owed money to the King so William settled on taking land in America instead.
he went to the college in wherever he lived
He went to the Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Clown College.