Saturday, April 4, 2009

Rutgers Is In The House and It's Like Where's Waldo

We all know that universities are proud of the accomplishments of their alumni, students and faculty.

The Ivy League schools pride themselves in the number of United States Presidents they have educated and often boast about their world renowned faculty that are at the forefront of their respective fields of study.

SEC schools like to tout the accomplishments of their football programs and their school pride that is inherently linked to these athletic accomplishments.

And then we have Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey. With an enrollment of over 50,000 students (that's a lot of hair gel) you'd assume this institution would have lots of notable alums...other than Nobel laureate economist Milton Friedman I am struggling to point out anything else of note relating to Rutgers.

Until now...It's your time to shine, SUNJ. Rutgers has just set the Guinness world record for most Waldos in a room at once at 1,052.

Rutgers is a world leader is gathering people dressed as Waldo in one room at one time. Congrats!

Until next time, let not your face be wiped, unless you're a Rutgers student dressed as Waldo.

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