Are You Smarter Than a College Student? XII

Can you name the answers to these general trivia questions intended for a college audience that all share a theme?

What octet of things has Blitzen alphabetically first and Vixen alphabetically last? 
Which word meaning mysterious or strange is a homophone for one of the Great Lakes? 
Brie, gorgonzola, edam and emmenthal are all types of what? 
What baseball team has won a record 27 World Series Championships? 
Which country of the world is home to the Acropolis in Athens? 
In what Oscar-winning Best Picture did Colin Firth play King George VI? 
What US state has its capital in Nashville? 
Which German composer is known for both his 'Moonlight Sonata' and his nine symphonies? 
What is the name of the grey donkey who is a friend of Winnie-the-Pooh? 
What Kimberly-Clark trademark has now become a common term for facial tissue? 
What TV show starred James van der Beek and launched the careers of Katie Holmes, Joshua Jackson, and Michelle Williams? 
What amusement park staple premiered at the 1893 Columbian Exposition in Chicago and is named after its designer? 
What brand of automobiles that is SUVs and off-road vehicles was bought by Chrysler from AMC in 1987? 
Which city is home to the Brewers and the Bucks and once had the Braves? 
What Wham-O trademark toy name comes from a pie company whose tins used to be tossed around at picnics? 
What Danish-controlled island is the largest in the world? 
What beverage can be made in a percolator or with a French press? 
What alloy is a combination of iron and carbon? 
What is the number of points that Woodrow Wilson put in his post-World War I statement promoting peace? 
What last name did both Ramón and Carlos Estévez adopt for their professional stage names? 
On Futurama, what one-eyed woman is voiced by Katey Sagal? 
What did King Pelias send Jason and the Argonauts off on a quest to find? 
What British Prime Minister had the distinction of serving between the two terms of Winston Churchill? 
What is the capital of Sierra Leone? 
What band's members have included Stevie Nicks, Lindsey Buckingham, and Christine and John McVie? 
In literature, who are Athos, Porthos and Aramis? 
Which Australian state in the northeast is home to Brisbane? 
Which former member of Monty Python played Q in 'Die Another Day?' 
Which NASA program of unmanned probes, which is a synonym for an innovator, were the first to visit the outer planets and the first to go beyond Pluto? 
Ovine is the adjectival form for referring to what kind of animals? 
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