Xavier University of Louisiana, New Orleans Simmons University, Boston, Massachusetts Seton Hall University, New Jersey United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland St John's University, New York Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago Pace University, New York Queens College, City University of New York The University of Texas at Dallas University of Tennessee-Knoxville
If I attended college in dumps like Jamaica, NY and East Orange, NJ I would be unhappy too. I surprised Annapolis made the list. One would think the Middies would know they were getting into. Simmons is a womens college in Boston. So I guess having no men around would make up unhappy too. What is up with UT-Knoxville?
Football is down at UT right now.
Oh, wrong Xavier...
How about a list of the most happy college campuses?
Annapolis is fourth?
What do they have to be unhappy about?
Theyre not Army.
When I went to Tulane, the campus wasn’t very happy... but the bars that surrounded the campus were VERY happy.
All these years later New Orleans is still struggling to recover from Katrina. I’m sure that makes being a student there a less than happy experience.
I have a friend whose son turned down a lucrative scholarship at Tulane because the town was still more or less in disaster mode.
I don’t give a crap at all how happy they are.
Tell me how long engine life is in motors their mechanical engineers design.
How long does it take to construct buildings their architects design, what is the cost per square foot, and will they still be standing without requiring renovation sixty years from now.
How good are their doctors?
I want graduates who perform difficult mental tasks well. I don’t care if they are happy, sad, or freaking head over heels in love. Their emotional state is of no interest to me.
The Key to Unhappiness - Dennis Prager (a 5-minute jewel)
If i lived in swampland I wouldn’t be happy either.
They hate being called “Middies”.
To all the brave and noble graduates of The United States Naval Academy:
I must go down to the seas again
To the sea and the lonely sky
And all I ask is a tall ship
And a star to steer her by.