You might wonder, why do we always see Ivy League characters in books, movies, and on television? Well, when you get 7 of the country’s most prestigious schools together with Cornell, their combined influence and effrontery is bound to influence pop culture. Here begins IvyGate’s 2-part “investigation” of Ivy League schools and their fictitious alumni. To begin, Brown University:
The first person we’ll examine is Hermione Granger…oh, wait…that really happened.
Okay, let’s move on to our next, and certainly most famous and relevant Brunonian: Brian Griffin. No student could typify Brown University more with his contrarian nature, sickeningly left-wing agenda, air of superiority, and casual (causal?) use of alcohol, pot, and various other drugs. Most notably, however, he didn’t graduate, rounding out the underachievement of all Brunonians! Like most Brown students he has very little to put on his résumé, besides things like a hydroponics lab and that one summer in high school spent working to cure Koalas with an extra nipple. Read the rest of this entry »