|1.||Evergreen Valley College|
A community college beside the hill in San Jose, CA. Has a very relaxing atmosphere and the parking isn't so bad.
A large percentage of the student population are asians and mexicans. For science classes which are 98% asian students, it is recommended to go to San Jose City College since the professors are easier.
For liberal arts classes, you'll be with people of all ethnicities. Most of these classes are ridiculously easy, that you wouldn't really learn and still get an A.
Evergreen Valley College student: I got a B in Biology and I worked hella hard for it!
SJCC student: Man I just read the newspaper during class and got an A.
EVC Student 1: (Thick Viet accent)Hey are you Vietnamese?
EVC Student 2: No I'm not and I don't speak it. If you're going to school to learn English might as well practice it in real life you dumb asian. If the only english sentence you speak is "Hey are you Vietnamese?" then go back to your country and ask everyone if they're viet!
EVC Student 1: But I was born in America -_- and I was just curious if you were Viet lol
|2.||St. Benildus College|
The finest, non fee-paying secondary school for boys in south Dublin, providing 'the best education money can't buy' as quoted by the 'Independent' newspaper.
Despite the non-existence of tuition fees at St. Benildus, the school succeeds in producing students of the highest caliber who often further their studies at prestigious educational institutions such as Trinity College Dublin and University College Dublin.
Famous alumni include: Albert Einstein, Mick Jagger, George Clooney and James Joyce.
Boy: Dad, when I grow up I want to be a rocket scientist, an author and a solicitor.
Father: Don't worry son, that's why were going to send you to St. Benildus College.
John Walter (1818-1894), who was an editor of The Times newspaper, bought the 5,000-acre estate in which the school is now located. He built a mansion within it, which used bricks created from clay extracted from a site within the estate, and it served as his country seat. A dam was constructed around the site, which was then flooded to form a 47-acre (190,000 m2) lake.
Now it is a incredibly Posh Public School that has super high fees to keep State school chavs out.
Used to be the Royal Merchant Navy School now is Bearwood College
Nickname of The Daily Princetonian, Princeton University's independent daily newspaper. The second oldest college daily in the U.S.
-Do you subscribe to the Prince?
-Nope, I just read it online at dailyprincetonian.com
Indiana definition (most common and nationally recognized definition): 1. A native or inhabitant of Indiana (taken from Oxford American Dictionary). 2. An alumnus or student of Indiana University. Also "Hoosiers": Indiana University sports teams. Note: The Indiana University Basketball team is sometimes referred to as “the Hurryin’ Hoosiers.”more...
St. Louis Definition (regional slang term): Generally means redneck, hick, or someone from Missouri outside of St. Louis or certain areas of St. Louis.
The word itself and its most common definition have its origins in the state of Indiana (also known as the Hoosier State), though the word has taken on regional meanings outside of Indiana, most commonly in and around the St. Louis, MO area. However, even the St. Louis definition can trace its origins to Indiana and Indiana natives transplanted to the St. Louis area.
There are other definitions on Urban Dictionary that outline the St. Louis definition of the word Hoosier in some detail and the better ones include a history of the word. I won’t go through those definitions again, but I would like to point out, as I did above, that if you look at the origins of the St. Louis meaning you will see that this word, as used in St. Louis, also has its roots in Indiana.
Also, contrary to other definitions listed here, Indiana University has no mascot -- there is no “Indiana Hoosier.”
The following is from the July/August 1992 issue of the Indiana Alumni Magazine:
The only reason college students read the newspaper.
Sweet... buy one get one free packs of Ramen at Kroger. Thank God for coupons.
Indiana University-Purdue University, Fort Wayne (IN)
-Also known as:
"I Paid for What?" or "I'm Pretty Freakin Worthless"
-Mascot: a dead elephant (the mastodon)
-Nearly 12,000 students ranging in age from 14 to 79
-Only 190 academic programs
-As seen in the school newspaper ad for the military: "Now that you got a degree, get an education"...that should be the school motto.
-The only school where they can't even get all the clocks to tell the same time, not to mention the right time
Person 1: I think I'm going to go to IPFW for college.
Person 2: You would be learn more in preschool...I know, I go to IPFW!!!!!!