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Definition funny of Vanderbilt:
A prestigious university in Nashville, Tennessee, that boasts the greatest party scene of any Top 20 school. The girls here are hot; the guys here are lucky; the frats and sororities have their own little worlds that you can choose to be a part of or not. The Greek system is prominent at Vanderbilt, but only about 40% of the students are actually Greek, so you can have a great social life without being Greek. The professors are amazing; the campus is beautiful; Nashville's a fun town. Vanderbilt is the perfect university because of its relatively small size (6,000 undergrads, 5,000 grad students) and wide selection of majors. This is the greatest place on Earth and can only be described with one word: Heaven.
If you get accepted to Vanderbilt University, you're set for life.
1. The only college in U.S. News’s top 20 to get either an A+, A, or A- in College Prowler’s girls rankings 2. One of the only universities to get an A+ for girls from College Prowler
Person 1: Dude, I'm going to Vanderbilt! Person 2: Yeah, that's like a top 20 school, right? Person 1: Yep - and unlike the other schools in the top 20, the girls actually look like girls! Person 2: No way!
"The girls here are smart, and some of the most unbelievably beautiful and fashionable around. The guys reap the benefits. The fraternity and sorority scene rules and it is not uncommon for girls to drop out of school when they don't get into their top-choice sorority freshman year. Money oozes out of the student body (for the 2nd most expensive school in the country, what did you expect?)...so, we take shots before going out, but they are always Grey Goose and we use Peach Stoli to make screwdrivers. Pre-partying at some of the most posh and expensive bars around town is commonplace...getting obliterated at Boundary or P.F. Chang's ($8-&15 drinks) before going downtown on a Thursday is routine. Football games(although our team is perpetually awful) are formal affairs: guys wear ties and jackets, girls wear cocktail dresses and there is a tailgate at almost every frat house. Everyone is obliterated and dressed-to-impress...football games are a 'see and be seen' affair. Frat parties are unbelievable, they go entirely overboard on their themes: filling their entire house with sand and adding waterfalls off their porches for 'Tiki Parties.' hiring Vanilla Ice to come play for a Saturday night party, and having formals at New Orleans, Destin, The work-hard, party-hard attitude is prevalent and there is substantial pressure to predominate at both." All of this, plus a top-20 school, can you say "work hard, play hard."
If you want to attend a top-notch school, but also enjoy an amazing social life, then Vanderbilt is the only place for you.
The 18th ranked University in the country, according to US News and World Report. Vandy also seems a bit preppy at first, but is really what you make of it. You don't have to wear polo shirts. You dont have to get the finest blonde women either. Usually the two go hand in hand. So, if your smart, you should come to Vandy, because the majority of those who slander it are probably just jealous because they were waitlisted or rejected, or just never applied because they weren't good enough. If your preppy and smart, congratulations, you will find the most attractive blonde women in all of the US, who just want you for your money, polo shirts and AVs. If your a middle class liberal New Yorker like me, bring your girlfriend from home!
Songs about Vanderbilt:
Vanderbilt by Colt Ford from the Album Tailgate: College Football Versions
Vanderbilt Dynamite by Vanderbilt University Band from the Album College Fight Songs - Vanderbilt Commodores
Cornelius Vanderbilt by Hudson And Landry from the Album Hudson & Landry Greatest Hits Vol. 1
He's The Same God [feat. Reggie Vanderbilt] by Percy Bady from the Album Kingdom Inspirations
Dynamite - Vanderbilt Commodores (Live) by Vanderbilt University Spirit of Gold Marching Band from the Album Gameday Faves: Classic College Fight Songs (Volume 7)
Wonderful Life [feat. Reggie Vanderbilt] by Percy Bady from the Album Kingdom Inspirations
Vanderbilt Alma Mater by Vanderbilt University Band from the Album College Fight Songs - Vanderbilt Commodores
Books about Vanderbilt:
The Vanderbilts by Jerry E. Patterson (Sep 1, 1989)
Vanderbilt's Biltmore by Robert Wernick (Feb 24, 2014)
The Vanderbilt Women: Dynasty of Wealth, Glamour, and Tragedy by Clarice Stasz (Nov 1991)
The Vanderbilts and the Gilded Age: Architectural Aspirations, 1879-1901 by John Foreman and Robbie Pierce Stimson (May 1991)
Vanderbilt Commodores 2015 Vintage Football Calendar by Asgard Press (Sep 15, 2014)
Vanderbilt: Life Changing Lessons! Cornelius Vanderbilt On Money, Success & Life by William Wyatt (Jan 14, 2014)
Fortune's Children: The Fall of the House of Vanderbilt by Arthur T., II Vanderbilt (Dec 26, 2012)
Movies about Vanderbilt:
THE VANDERBILTS 2004 NR - Runtime: 50 mins
1993 NCAA(r) Division I Men's Basketball Regionals - Illinois vs. Vanderbilt 2013 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 15 mins Directed by: Unavailable
2007 NCAA(r) Division I Men's Basketball 1st Round - Vanderbilt vs. George Washington 2013 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 9 mins Directed by: Unavailable
2007 NCAA(r) Division I Men's Basketball 2nd Round - Washington St. vs. Vanderbilt 2013 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 22 mins Directed by: Unavailable
2007 NCAA(r) Division I Men's Basketball Sweet 16 - Georgetown vs. Vanderbilt 2013 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 9 mins Directed by: Unavailable
2007 NCAA Division I Women's Basketball 2nd Round - Bowling Green vs. Vanderbilt -
2007 NCAA Division I Women's Basketball 1st Round - Vanderbilt vs. Delaware St. -
Wiki information Vanderbilt:
Vanderbilt University, colloquially known as Vandy, is a private research university located in Nashville, Tennessee, United States. Founded in 1873, the university is named in honor of shipping and rail magnate "Commodore" Cornelius Vanderbilt, who...
The Vanderbilt family is an American family of Dutch origin that was prominent during the Gilded Age. Their success began with the shipping and railroad empires of Cornelius Vanderbilt, and the family expanded into various other areas of industry and...