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UCLA is a college with a student body that greatly appreciates what USC students have to offer. The sense of humor and argument that USC students bring is certainly priceless and quite entertaining.
"I'm one of those new freshmans you guys are talking about @ USC and I didn't even bother to apply to UCLA because I know they suck (and also because their application date was in november.. wtf)
You can't spell ruin without bruin ^_^"
-->FYI, you can spell ruin without bruin. If you wanted to use that phrase, it would be, "You can't spell Bruin w/o ruin" since ruin is actually included in bruin while bruin is clearly not in ruin. Oh yeah, freshmans = freshmen.
-->"(and also because their application date was in november.. wtf)" does not help your argument. In fact, this addition only contradicts your argument. It implies that you wanted to apply to UCLA (thus looked up their application deadline), but either were too late or too lazy to apply in time.
-->Please see this writing as a clearly demonstration of USC's superiority. The writing, spelling, and grammar of USC students clearly surpass anything UCLA students could write. Based on this evidence alone, USC students are far more superior to us UCLA students. I certainly have never learned, in all my years at UCLA, how to write like that.

"Here's the big secret: It's due to the fact that kids at USC have LIVES and usually don't hang around the web and try to one-up and bash their rival school on a WEBSITE.

Obvious conclusion: So many UCLA kids only frequent urban dictionary because they are worried and insecure, and can't one-up or bash the winners at the University of Southern California in any other arena but the safe and faceless world wide web."
-->Yes, I completely agree. I suppose that's why the writer of that entry is bashing USC. Wait. I don't get it. The entry is bashing UCLA, but only UCLA kids don't have "LIVES" and would do such a thing. USC students are so superior and have "LIVES." Therefore, that entry must have been written by an UCLA student.
by june3ca December 10, 2006
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University of Caucasians Losing out to Asians. It's so sad that UCLA students think that they can vicariously experience pride through their Nobel laureates. It makes no sense because you UCLA students aren’t actually the ones who discovered or made break through advances in science or academia. Just because UCLA managed to “acquire” these elite individuals, doesn’t mean their loftiness rubs off on you guys. Stop trying to vicariously feel pride in something you didn’t achieve, or in other words don’t ride others’ coattails. I don’t care that UCLA had a longer tradition of academic excellence over USC, because this will reverse with time, and trend has already begun. We actually have the means to acquire the top researchers and professors, because we can offer them what they’re worth, unlike your public institution (that greatly emphasizes far-left Socialist ideals) in trying to make them “altruistic scholars” who donate their good will to your lame institution. No, your administration has got it wrong—we live in a Capitalist society—and they (your researchers and professors) want to get paid what they’re worth. This is why there is a mass exodus of UCLA and Berkeley’s faculty. I hope you Bruins enjoy reminiscing about the “good ol’ days” of when UCLA was academically and on occasion athletically superior to USC.

Some of you make claims that UCLA students got accepted to USC as well huh? But why is it that a lot of international students, who got accepted to both, chose USC over UCLA? They get no financial aid, and they have to pay several thousand dollars more per year as a USC student. I thought it was foolish to spend more on an academically inferior school? And what about that bonehead who wrote a definition of USC, claiming to have audited a class at USC, but said that it was “community college” level? I thought UCLA students were smarter than to spend $4,000+ on our “community college” classes? And if you did actually take it, why'd you audit it? What, was the curve too lofty for you? You didn't take it, and that was a lame attempt at labeling our academics "community college" level.

You guys aren’t some “quasi-Ivy League” like some of you meatheads imply. The UC system is nowhere near Ivy Leagues, just in its shadows at best.

Finally, look at all the negative energy UCLA students muster up to deride USC on this site. What a bunch of pathetic, small-minded people who know that their luster is dulled by us Trojans.
UCLA student #1: Dude, did you see that Ferrari rolling through here to get to the multimillion dollar neighborhoods that surround our campus?

UCLA student #2: Yeah, it had USC alumni plates attached to it! Next thing you know, they'll tear down our campus so that a runway can be built for the Gulstream jets that USC alumni will ride in. I wonder if they make big enough alumni plates to those as well?
by University of Social Connections September 23, 2007
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UCLA: a school that rejects the most qualified students, knowing that these students will hurt its yield rate. Oh, and before you UCLA students brag about your admissions policy, read this article: http://www.allanfavish.com/1_10_95.HTM
Last year, UCLA rejected a student from Torrey Pines High School in San Diego, CA, who had a 1510 SAT, scored 5's on numerous AP tests, was awarded a full ride to USC, and currently attends UC Berkeley as part of the Engineering program that is second only to MIT. How can anyone say that UCLA's admissions policy is legitimate and keep a straight face? I know another student that can't do this, as he was accepted to Harvard and Stanford, but not UCLA. UCLA: congratulations on your second-rate students!
by rt23 November 20, 2005
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A wonderful school located in Southern California training some of the finest grocery baggers, waiters, and office clerks this city has to offer. Where would the service industry be without UCLA's generous contribution of unskilled laborers?
My maid went to UCLA.
by ucla sucks August 13, 2005
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Unranked Pac-10 team that ruined formerly #2 USC's chance for the BCS title game in 2006.
It sucks to be a UCLA student, especially during the week your school plays USC in football... unless it is the week of December 2, 2006 and USC ran home with their tail between their legs.
by ex-trojan fan December 03, 2006
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a school that thinks its better than USC, when the students do not want to admit that their school and their student body sucks big balls. It takes 6 years to graduate to from this shitty pathetic school, therefore making it more expensive than the better down on Jefferson and Figueroa, also known as University of Southern California. The sports teams blows, the classes teach you nothing and the degree is made out of used toilet paper, probably wiped from my asshole. Please ignore the following definitions below this post as they are all written by disillusioned UCLA alumni, who currently make up the majority of the American unemployment. There is a reason why USC is excelling in academics and athletics while UCLA is degrades its shitty self back into the stone age. You're a bRuin for 6 years or never since you might flunk out, but you are a Trojan for life!

Sincerely,
Rick Neuheisel
Tommy Trojan the Pussy magnet: Hey you are a Biology major and graduating this year right?

Bobby Bruin the Fuckface: No, Tommy, like the rest of bRuin nation i cant handle the tough academics and now wont graduate until i turn 29.

Tommy trojan the Pussy magnet: Oh UCLA, such a sham

Bobby Bruin the fuckface: Seriously , should have the greatest university in the universe, University of Southern California
by rickneuheisel April 16, 2010
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UCLA (University of Caucasians Lost amung Asians) ...a university where affirmitive action has gone a little too far...
It would be nice if a higher % of Los Angelenos and their children (of all colors and creeds) could get into a school that both their state and local taxes go to help maintain. Hopefully the backlash against student visas will help stem the tide...I ran into a young, amazingly intelligent girl the other day (1480..4.0) who got rejected...she grew up in westwood! (Went to LMU and is now a law student at Georgetown...so it was their loss...she didn't even apply to UCLA Law)
by lifes not always fair December 04, 2003
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