Are You Smarter Than a College Student? XXXIII

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

What card game, with Take Four and Reverse cards, requires a player to say the name of the game when they are down to one card? 
What is the name of the highest vocal range female singing voice? 
What is the name of a sufferer of the congenital disorder that features little or no pigment in the skin, hair and eyes for mammals? 
What geological feature is Eyjafjallajökull, Mauna Loa, Krakatoa, or Vesuvius? 
What gaming tile has sets of dots numbering from 0 to 6 on each end, but also may be stood on end to knock over? 
What multimedia artist and second wife of John Lennon was often accused of breaking up the Beatles? 
What traditional Japanese garment literally translates to 'a thing to wear' in English? 
What instrument was played by Frédéric Chopin, Elton John and Glenn Gould? 
What car-collecting comedian hosted 'The Tonight Show' before and after Conan O'Brien did? 
What was the maiden name of Franklin Roosevelt's mother, who then used that as his middle name? 
What enclave country inside Italy has been independent since 301 when it left the Roman Empire? 
What famed method actor won an Oscar for 'Scent of a Woman,' a Tony for 'Does a Tiger Wear a Necktie?' and an Emmy for 'Angels in America'? 
What was the name of the Flintstone family pet, a purple snorkasaurus? 
What Italian diminutive for an infant was also one of the common nicknames of baseball's George Herman Ruth? 
What is the name of Sacha Baron Cohen's gay Austrian fashion journalist character? 
What goddess is the queen of the gods and wife of Jupiter in Roman mythology? 
What two word Latin term is used to describe legal work that is done for free? 
What dark green chili pepper originated in Mexico and becomes chipotle when smoked? 
What last name is shared by French actor Jean and former US Attorney General Janet? 
What herb from the mint family, a close relative of marjoram, is often used on pizzas? 
What woman, in 1986, became the president of the Philippines and the first female president in Asia? 
What hard salty sharp Italian cheese made from sheep's milk is often mixed with Parmesan and grated? 
What is the title of the first part of Dante Alighieri's 'The Divine Comedy'? 
What coffee drink is made from double espresso, hot milk, and steamed milk foam and named after an order of friars? 
What Japanese city hosted the 1998 Winter Olympics? 
What basketball coach is the only one to win the NCAA Championship with two different teams, Kentucky and his more recent team, Louisville? 
What chargeless and nearly massless subatomic particle can be of type tau, electron or muon? 
What California city is home to the corporate headquarters of Apple Inc.? 
What Greek philosopher is probably best known today for his paradoxes including one about moving distances? 
What retired American golfer won three majors, two times each, and is considered the greatest Hispanic golfer of all time? 

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