|1.||New Jersey Institute of Technology|
18% Women 82% Men. 85% of them will make more money than you. 80% automatically realize that the value of 85% equals 17/20 of the student population.more...
Most common majors: Engineering, Computer Science, and most shunned and looked down upon major of Business and Technology (99% athletes, 1% idiots)
Introverted. Awkward. Intelligent yet clueless. Both white and black races are minorities to the Asians and Mid East populations. Most people, especially professors, can’t speak fluent English, but since numbers, mathematical operations, and physics laws are universal, this is not seen as a problem. Most of these black and white minorities attend Stevens solely for athletics and make up most of the “normal” student population. The majority of this tech school only leaves their dorm rooms and video games to check their mail for new computer and video game merchandise and to attend LAN parties. If you’ve never heard of a LAN party, you have never been to "NJIT". (It is a gathering of geeks/computer gamers for the sole purpose of playing Mutlti-player games over a network…and to view porn.) Most of these typical engineers can’t hold a normal conversation, let alone make a friend other than their most trusted and valuable companion…their thumb drive, a USB mass storage device.
Although a completely lame school, it is located in the fun and beautiful city of Newark. (exaggeration) But its 15 minute train ride to NYC.
|2.||Stevens Institute of Technology|
1366 guys. 41 girls. 300 girls who look like guys. 1138 will make more money than you. 1138 automatically realize that the value 1138 equals 2/3 of the student population.more...
Most common (basically only) majors: Engineering, Computer Science, and most shunned and looked down upon major of Business and Technology (99% athletes, 1% idiots)
Most commonly used pick up lines: “Would you like to see the exponential growth of my natural log?” and “I wish I were your derivative so I could lay tangent to your curves.” Most likely to be heard at a lame frat party where there are more computers than girls and mysteriously strong, yet unrealizable, alcoholic punch, which is the only hope most of these video game junkies have in getting any ass. The whole student population could be diagnosed with having Stevens’ goggles, the equal to 2 beer goggles. Girls have it just as bad as the guys. The phrase: “The odds are good, but the goods are odd” is commonly heard by the female students who are often favored by faculty because of their unfortunate situation.
Introverted. Awkward. Intelligent yet clueless. Both white and black races are minorities to the Asians and Mid East populations. Most people, especially professors, can’t speak fluent English, but since numbers, mathematical operations, and physics laws are universal, this is not seen as a problem. Most of these black and white minorities attend Stevens solely for athletics and make up most of the “normal” stu...
An abbreviation of "institute" used as a slang term for the Massachusettes Institute of Technology (MIT), a university in Cambridge, Mass.
Often used by students to refer to the physical campus itself, as opposed to surrounding locations such as dorms and associated research affiliations.
I'm heading to the 'tute to turn in a problem set.
The best engineering school in the world, Founded in 1861, admitting its first student in 1865. In Cambridge, MA; outside of Boston, One of the many top-notch schools in the country that call Cambridge home. Including Harvard, Boston College, Tufts, and Boston University. With the worlds best practical jokesters, mostly the undergrad students. Infamous for crashing the Harvard v. Princeton Football game, because MIT doesn't have a football team, some of the pranks include:
1. Hacking into the scoreboard and spelling out MIT
2. Putting a huge inflatable ballon like thing under the grass on the end-zone/sidelines, that is remote activated and having it rise up and explode white powder during the game.
3. Putting some kind of thing on the end-zone, which exploded and spelled MIT.
Other pranks include:
1. Getting an old VW Beetle on top of the library dome.
2. Putting "water bombs" in the River
Athletic Director of Harvard: So the Princeton game is coming up, I wonder what those darn MIT kids are going to do this time.
Secretary: Who knows, ever-year we try and stop them but some how they get by the campus security. I wonder how they do it.
Athletic Director: I bet you those geniuses have a teleportation machine, that allows them to get on to the field unnoticed.
Secretary: Oh yea sure... or maybe they have invisibility cloaks like in Harry Potter!!
A little bit latter:
MIT Student 1: Ready for the Harvard v Princeton game?
MIT Student 2: Sure am. I'm firing up the teleportation machine as we speak to set-up the prank.
|5.||Tower of Interplanetary Power|
Building 54 (The Cecil and Ida Green Building) at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Boston, Mass.
HQ of MIT's Dept. of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences. Eighteen floors of sharp minds and bleeding-edge research.
We do wonderful things and stupid things there.
Also known as the "Green building."
Soon to be temporarily known as "MARS COMMAND HQ (EASTERN AMERICA)."
"I've got a meeting on the thirteenth floor of the Tower of Interplanetary Power."
|6.||Berklee College of Music|
The best music school on the face of the earth. It is located in Boston, MA. Not to be confused with the other Berkeley in California. Berklee in boston is spelt this way because it was founded by Lee Berk, and the name was just switched around to make "Berklee".
side note: there is an MIT (Mass. Institute of Technology) in boston, and another MIT (Musician's Institute of Technology) in California. So here's how it goes:
Berklee in Boston: Popular Music
Berkeley in Cali: Popular Gen Ed
MIT in Boston: Popular Gen Ed
MIT in Cali:Popular Music
Berklee kicks ass, juliard and miami can suck it.
The deliberate and systematic destruction of technology.
What someone wants to do after attending Stevens Institute of Technology.
"Man, I've heard the word 'technogenesis' so many times that I want to perform some mass technogenocide."