McGill students are usually unbelievably pompous for getting into such a unimportant and inferior Canadian public university.
With 32,00 kids barely supported by a meager endowment and scanty staff size, you would be better off to save your money and go somewhere closer by.
There is no money in Canadian athletics. If you're good, you go to the U.S. If you're shitty, you play for free at McGill.
Bottom Line: play intramurals somewhere close by.
Dave: Wow *sarcasm*... So what U.S schools rejected you?
Chad: All of them.
Dave: I thought so...
The McGill student is one who is able to balance work, play and networking. They are at the top of their classes, and look forward to an inspiring and exciting future.
These are the T-shirts McGill sells during their EPIC frosh week. SOOOOO true. Gotta love McGill University.
The school's unofficial motto is: when life goes downhill, come to McGill!
If McGill is your only option, kill yourself. Really. Your life is worthless at that point. The colossal waste of money and brain cells will have you wishing you spent more time reading in high school and less time huffing highlighters. My advice to admitted students is to empty a bottle of pain-killers and hope "mornin' don't come".
There is a dark reason why McGill students delude themselves into thinking they're going to a "prestigious" or "good Canadian school". The student body needs to face the facts (and some have) that McGill is a weak public school - shittier than most places like Univerisy of Toronto, Queen's, McMaster, UBC, Waterloo, and nowhere close to any of the top American schools. (By the way, if you ever hear a McGill student compare themselves to an American school, punch them in the face. Stupid motherfucker.) In sum, you fail at life if you go to McGill.
*Kicks chair from underneath him*