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Saying that USC is better than UCLA is like saying the sky is blue - most people will accept this as fact while a select few will try and tell you that sometimes it's cloudy so you're wrong. THOSE people are Bruins, and they are salty they are not Trojans.

The USC-UCLA rivalry is one of the oldest, most storied rivalries in college sports (one of the biggest rivalries in ANY sports, for that matter) and those in the middle of it will never hesitate to tell you which side they support. As a Trojan, I will give the evilest eye to even my closet friends when they utter any matter of sympathetic words about that crappy state school on the other side of town. As a love letter to USC, I have created this list of reasons USC is superior to UCLA.

From bars to sports to famous alumni, there's no shortage of reasons to point out that the rivalry between USC and UCLA heavily favors USC as the better school. Trojans are powerful awesome, as you will soon learn reading this list of reasons USC is greater than UCLA. You can feel free to vote for the most apparent reasons Trojans are better than Bruins, or you can just nod and agree with all these reasons UCLA sucks.
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USC is UCLA's only rival.
Probably because they're so close we can't ignore them completely. Everyone else in the country, however, understands they are a non-threat.
Brand recognition.
Ever go to the East Coast and tell someone you went to UCLA? No, because you don't want to be embarrassed when your college draws a blank stare.
Without the USC film school, there would be no Star Wars.
Legit. Without the professors of USC to guide him, George Lucas might have started in chronological order with Epidode 1 (The Phantom Menace, aka The One with Jar Jar Binks). You're welcome, world.
UCLA doesn't teach kids to deal with real world problems.
Character is not built from having decide which of the myriad movie theaters in Westwood you want to visit on a Friday night; it's built trying to see a movie at the UV (the sketchy shopping center to the north of USC's campus) without getting hepatitis.
You literally need a map to find the fraternities and sororities at UCLA.
At USC they are concentrated on 28th street (The Row) where you can always be entertained by a dizzying amount of young men and women parading up and down the street to one party or another.
20 years.
That's the head start USC athletes had on UCLA when tallying the gold medal streak at the Summer Olympic games. Yahoo Sports reports the USC streak is now at 100 years.
The Heisman trophy. Singular.
UCLA's only Heisman was produced in 1967 by Gary Beban, according to Heisman.com. He played with the Washington Redskins until 1970 and then became a real estate agent. USC's Heisman winners may be (alleged) murderers and lovers of the Kardashians, but at least there's been more than one.
Their mascot is a bear? That's so every team in the UC system.

Okay, not every school, but both Cal and UC Riverside have bears for mascots making the Bruin as unoriginal as every director who comes out of their film school.


It is impossible to stumble from campus housing to a football game.
Unless, of course, you want to take the 405 to the 10 to the 110 to the Rose Bowl on foot. In which case, game on.
With regards to their mascot, they apparently believe quantity trumps quality.
The UCLA History Project details how Joe and Josephine, the Bruin mascots, evolved from a tradition of having live bears perform at home football games to entertain the crowd. Fitting seeing as their football program often bears an uncanny resemblance to a circus.

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<![CDATA[Worst U.S. Colleges (Based on Graduation Rates)]]> http://www.ranker.com/list/worst-u-s-colleges-_based-on-graduation-rates_/admiralcrunch
Here's a list of colleges that are not good at their jobs based on one statistic: six-year graduation rate.  Education author John Palladino (Here's a link to his book) believes a university demonstrates a reasonable dedication to educating students if they maintain at least a 50% graduation rate.  That can be tough at lower tier state schools where students who excel transfer to flagship schools, so failure to retain students isn't always a bad thing.  But once retention rates sink well below 50% the reasons are usually related to poor financial aid, poor student support services, and above all, instructors who are unable to engage their students.  Many online, for-profit schools are among the biggest culprits when it comes to leaving students with huge debt and no degree.

 This list includes colleges with graduation rates under 20% as cited by CollegeFactualCollegeMeasures.org, or U.S. News & World Report (but see below.)
 
Public colleges that did not make their graduation rate data available include: Athens State University, Charter Oak State College, Governors State University (not the same as Western Governors University), San Diego State/Imperial Valley, Thomas Edison State College & the University of Baltimore.

Private, non-profit colleges that did not make their graduation rate data available include: Amberton University, Antioch University (Los Angeles), Atlantic Union College, Bethany University, California Institute of Integral Studies, Golden Gate University, John F. Kennedy University, Ottawa University (Kansas), Temple Baptist College & Trinity International University.
 
Proprietary or For-Profit universities that did not make their graduation rate data available include: American Intercontinental University, Argosy University, Capella University, Jones International University, Northcentral University, Patten University, Sullivan University, and Walden University. However, Senator Tom Harkin's 2012 investigative report has statistics for some of the schools and the findings are included here, sometimes shown as overall corporate performance instead of the company's individual institutions and sometimes shown as individual campuses of the campus.  
 
Edit: A friend who teaches secondary school wanted me to point out that many of these public and non-profit schools are Historically Black Colleges or are institutions that largely serve the Black community, the Native American community, or are listed by HACU as Hispanic-serving institutions.  The point being that at least some of these institutions may be the only options available for their students and therefore need the support to improve instead of being left to die.  
 
By the way, the college engulfed in flames above is (was) not in the United States, but abandoned Alma College in Ontario, Canada.

 
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American Public University System
2.4%  For-profit, West Virginia (Brands include American Public University and American Military University)
Argosy University
4.7%   For-profit universities and technical schools (Education Management Corp's brands include Argosy University, South University, and The Art Institutes)

Arkansas Baptist College
4.3% - private college
Auburn University Montgomery
5.5% public college, Alabama
Capella University
2.7% - For Profit university, Minnesota
Concordia College, Selma
5.5% private liberal arts college, Alabama
Chancellor University
4.9% For-profit university, Ohio
Paul Quinn College
0.6% - private religious college, Texas
University of Phoenix
3.6% (online campus) For Profit university
Corinthian Colleges, Inc.
6.1% (for bachelor's programs) Brands include Everest University, Heald College, and WyoTech.  Corinthian Colleges, Inc. are in the process of a transferring most of their colleges to other owners subsequent to an agreement with the Federal Government. 

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<![CDATA[The Most Useless College Majors]]> http://www.ranker.com/list/most-useless-college-majors/school-buddy
This is a list of the most pointless university majors and fields of study guaranteed to not lead to gainful post-graduation employment. In April of 2012, the Daily Beast ran their list of 13 pointless college majors; now it's your turn to sound off on the coursework that will most poorly prepare you to enter the job market.

Often, when students first enter a community college or four-year university program, they're encouraged to pursue a course of study that most interests them. The idea is that they will first become dedicated to, and excited about, learning something, and then they'll eventually figure out how to apply their interests towards pursuing a career. But as the economy continues to struggle, and jobs for recent grads dry up, this philosophy is being reconsidered (as is studying Philosophy in general!)

Graduating with a degree in a humanities subject deemed as "useless" can be a real detriment to finding work post-graduation, even as newly-minted electrical engineers and computer developers get snatched up quickly by startups and tech companies.

This list provides some insight into the majors seen as "most useless" by the public at large. Vote for the departments you'd be least likely to join on your nearest campus, and if we've missed a major you think is utterly without merit, add it at the bottom of the page.
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Dance

English Literature

Fine art

Gender studies

Peace and conflict studies

Philosophy

Religious Studies

William Shakespeare

Theater Arts

Cooperative Management


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<![CDATA[The Best College Football Coaches of All Time]]> http://www.ranker.com/crowdranked-list/best-college-football-coaches-of-all-time
A list of the best college football coaches of all time. Ever wondered who was is the greatest college football coach of all time? Now is your opportunity to have a say in the matter. Granted, picking who this should won't be easy, as you have to consider different eras of NCAA football along with a number of other factors, like bowl wins, national titles, who was on their team and who got the most bang for their buck out of the players. But it's on you to pick whatever criteria you want in determining who is the best college football coach ever. There are some pretty big names on this list, titans of the coaching world. If you're an Alabama fan, you'll have a tough time picking between Bear Bryant and Nick Saban. The same goes for any Notre Dame fan and for USC supporters, who do you think is a better coach: John McKay or Pete Carroll?

It shouldn't be easy for you to decide who is the greatest coach of all time. Just remember though, where would each coaches team be without them steering the ship and keeping the players in line? Not an easy question to answer.

So who is the best college football coach of all time? It's up to you to decide. If you notice someone isn't on this list and should be, feel free to add him. This is the crowdranked list of what coach deserves to called the greatest ever, so choose wisely!
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Amos Alonzo Stagg

Bear Bryant

Bobby Bowden

Bob Devaney

Bo Schembechler

Joe Paterno

Knute Rockne

Nick Saban

Tom Osborne

Pop Warner


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<![CDATA[The Most Beautiful College Campuses]]> http://www.ranker.com/list/most-beautiful-college-campuses/web-infoguy
List of the most beautiful college campuses in the U.S. It's true that beauty's in the eye of the beholder but these university campuses are undeniably gorgeous. From the stunning views to the surrounding beaches, these colleges are top on aesthetics and natural beauty. Many are located in some of the coolest college towns in America, too. Vote for the college campuses that you think are the prettiest, vote down any that you don't like and feel free to add any stunning campuses that are missing. You can also re-rank this list of the most beautiful college campuses any way you want. What makes a college campus great? Certainly, looks are really important. The top "dream" colleges like Stanford, Harvard and Yale are known for their stunningly beautiful, vast, green campuses. Universities take great pride in the way their campus looks - giving a strong first impression to potential new students. Want to check out some more great college lists? Check out these lists of colleges with the best on-campus housing and college sports programs.
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Colgate University

Cornell University

Dominican University

Kenyon College

Macalester College

Pepperdine University

Sewanee, The University of the South

St. Olaf College

University of Notre Dame

University of Washington


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<![CDATA[Best Public Colleges & Universities in the U.S. 2014-15]]> http://www.ranker.com/list/best-public-colleges-and-universities-in-the-u-s-2014-15/admiralcrunch
Tuition has increased at a rate that has outpaced salaries. At the same time, college degrees have become much more important. For more and more families, that means looking at state-supported (aka public) universities.  What many people may not know is that smaller colleges that don't have big-time sports machines may offer smaller classes with more personal attention and do a better job making sure students graduate. 

For families and students most interested in schools that do the most to recruit and graduate low-income students and as well as in schools that do the most to encourage students to give back to society, you will probably learn more from the Washington Monthly ranking of research universities, liberal arts colleges, and master's universities. 
 
SCORING: Data for this list comes from U.S. News & World Report and College Prowler. 

The factors considered in scoring: freshman retention, graduation rate, % of classes with fewer than 20 students, % of classes with more than 50 students, and % of alumni donations. Where information was unavailable, that is noted in the individual school's entry. I’m not a professional statistician nor education expert, so this system is not perfect.  However, experts say these metrics are strong indicators of student happiness, the happiness of graduates with their experience, the seriousness your student's classmates will take his or her education, and the school's dedication to providing personal attention to your student. 

Sample score: Fauxville State University: Freshmen Retention: 75%, Graduation Rate: 50%, Classes 20 & under: 33%, Classes 50 & over: 24%, freshmen in the top 10% of their graduating class 20%, and alumni giving: 10%.  

Fauxville State’s score would be 75 + 50 + 33 – 24 + 20 + 10 = 164.

A perfect score would be 500.
  

This list includes all schools that scored at least 200 as well as schools that scored at least 170, but met certain quality standards: At least 75% freshman retention, At least 50% graduation rate, At least 33% of classes with fewer than 20 students, and no more than 25% of classes with over 50 students.  

Many education experts point out that the military academies' requirement of service in the armed forces post-graduation makes listing them a comparison of apples and oranges. I agree when a list is taking into consideration student debt, default rates, or a college's "return on investment." Since those factors aren't included in this ranking, I think it's fair to include the Armed Forces academies here.  

The list is probably complete, but please feel free to leave a comment if you feel a school has been omitted in error.  

Although this list reports the top scoring schools, this is not necessarily an endorsement of a good match for a student.  Be sure to visit colleges and use resources such as the College Board, Cappex, Princeton Review, College Navigator, College Factual, and College Prowler. 

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College of William and Mary
Williamsburg, VA  Score: 330
United States Air Force Academy
Colorado Springs, CO 316.7
United States Coast Guard Academy
New London, CT Score 331.3
United States Military Academy
West Point, NY - Score 345.3
United States Naval Academy
Annapolis, MD Score 326.4
University of California, Berkeley
Score 342.6
University of California, Irvine
Score 311.7
University of California, Los Angeles
Score 324
University of California, Santa Barbara
Score 325.1
University of Virginia
Charlottesville, VA  Score 343.7

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<![CDATA[11 Famous Athletes Who Are Doctors]]> http://www.ranker.com/list/athletes-who-are-doctors/people-in-sports
This list contains information about athletes who are doctors, loosely ranked by fame and popularity. Several famous swimmers, rowers, and NBA champions are also doctors. Some of these athletes received their doctorates in education, while others earned their medical degrees. One former NFL champion is currently on the Minnesota Supreme Court.

Who is the most famous athlete who is also a doctor? Shaquille O'Neal tops our list. Shaquille O'Neal received his doctor of education degree from Barry University in 2012. He reportedly has plans to continue his education at law school. Olympic gymnast Lise Leveille completed medical school at UBC in Vancouver. In 2014, she started a fellowship in pediatric orthopedic surgery at Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children in Dallas.

NFL champion Alan Page received a Juris Doctor from the University of Minnesota Law School in 1978. He currently sits on the Minnesota Supreme Court. Pat Turner won a gold medal for rowing in the 1984 Summer Olympics. He later went on to graduate from the University of B.C. Faculty of Medicine. Pat McGeer competed on the Canadian basketball team in the 1948 Summer Olympics. He is currently regarded as a leading authority on the causes and prevention of Alzheimer's disease.

Are you surprised that so many professional athletes are also doctors? Share your thoughts in the comments section.
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Alan Page
NFL champion Alan Page received a Juris Doctor from the University of Minnesota Law School in 1978. He currently sits on the Minnesota Supreme Court.
Glen Smith
Rowing champion Glen Smith went on to get a medical degree.
Kevin Draxinger
Olympic swimmer Kevin Draxinger became a doctor after he retired from swimming.
Lise Leveille
Olympic gymnast Lise Leveille completed medical school at UBC in Vancouver. In 2014, she started a fellowship in pediatric orthopaedic surgery at Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children in Dallas.
Pat McGeer
Pat McGeer competed on the Canadian basketball team in the 1948 Summer Olympics. He is currently regarded as a leading authority on the causes and prevention of Alzheimer's disease.
Pat Turner
Pat Turner won a gold medal for rowing in the 1984 Summer Olympics. He later went on to graduate from the University of B.C. Faculty of Medicine.
Shaquille O'Neal
Shaquille O'Neal received his doctor of education degree from Barry University in 2012. He reportedly has plans to continue his education at law school.
Simon Hoogewerf
Simon Hoogewerf competed in the 1988 Summer Olympics. He graduated with a degree in medicine two years earlier.
Turlough O'Hare
Olympic swimmer Turlough O'Hare went on to become a doctor working in anesthesia research at McMaster University.
Bill Bell
Olympic pole vaulter Bill Bell is also a doctor.

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<![CDATA[16 Celebrities Who Were In Zeta Beta Tau]]> http://www.ranker.com/list/famous-zbts/celebrity-lists
Zeta Beta Tau is a fraternity that was founded as a Jewish organization in 1898, but it dropped its religious affiliation a few years later. ZBT has 90 chapters in the United States. Several famous actors, comedians, and politicians are ZBTs.

Who is the most famous person who is a ZBT? Jerry Bruckheimer tops our list. The producer joined the Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity when he was attending the University of Arizona in 1965. After graduating, he started working in commercials before moving on to film. Leonard Bernstein joined the Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity when he was attending Harvard University in 1944.

Harold Ramis joined the Zeta Beta Tau when he was attending Washington University in St. Louis in 1966. After graduating, he worked at a mental institution, which he says helped prepare him for Hollywood. “People laugh when I say that, but it was actually very good training. And not just with actors; it was good training for just living in the world,” Ramis said. Mike Wallace joined the Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity when he was attending the University of Michigan in 1939.

Are you surprised that so many famous people are ZBTs? Share your thoughts in the comments section.
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The Howard Stern Show staff
Benjy Bronk joined the Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity when he was attending Penn State University in 1993.
Harold Ramis
Harold Ramis joined the Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity when he was attending Washington University in St. Louis in 1966.
Jack Benny
Jack Benny joined the Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity when he was attending the University of California – Los Angeles.
Jack Warner
Jack Warner joined the Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity when he was attending the University of California – Los Angeles in 1938.
Jerry Bruckheimer
Jerry Bruckheimer joined the Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity when he was attending the University of Arizona in 1965.
Jerry Herman
Jerry Herman joined the Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity when he was attending the University of Miami in 1953.
Joseph L. Mankiewicz
Joseph L. Mankiewicz joined the Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity when he was attending Columbia University in 1928.
Leonard Bernstein
Leonard Bernstein joined the Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity when he was attending Harvard University in 1944.
Mike Wallace
Mike Wallace joined the Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity when he was attending the University of Michigan in 1939.
Samuel Goldwyn
Samuel Goldwyn joined the Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity when he was attending the University of Chicago in 1947.

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<![CDATA[26 Celebrities Who Were Beta Theta Pis]]> http://www.ranker.com/list/famous-beta-theta-pis/celebrity-lists
This list contains information about famous Beta Theta Pis, loosely ranked by fame and popularity. Beta Theta Pi is a social fraternity that was founded in 1839 at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. The organization has over 100 chapters across North America. Several famous actors, musicians, and politicians are members of Beta Theta Pi.

Who is the most famous person who is a Beta Theta Pi? Robert Reed tops our list. “The Brady Bunch” actor joined the Beta Theta Pi Fraternity when he was attending Northwestern University in 1954. He performed in over eight plays during his time in college. In the late-1950s, Reed moved to Los Angeles to pursue his television acting career. Adam West joined the Beta Theta Pi Fraternity when he was attending Whitman College in 1951.

Several members of the Broken Lizard comedy group are Beta Theta Pis. Jay Chandrasekhar joined the Beta Theta Pi Fraternity when he was attending Colgate University in 1990. The group was first called Charred Goose Beak before adopting the Broken Lizard monicker. Erik Stolhanske, Kevin Heffernan, and Paul Soter are all members of both Broken Lizard and Beta Theta Pi.

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Adam West
Adam West joined the Beta Theta Pi Fraternity when he was attending Whitman College in 1951.
Erik Stolhanske
Erik Stolhanske joined the Beta Theta Pi Fraternity when he was attending Colgate University in 1991.
George Peppard
George Peppard joined the Beta Theta Pi Fraternity when he was attending Purdue in 1952.
H. R. Haldeman
H. R. Haldeman joined the Beta Theta Pi Fraternity when he was attending UCLA in 1948.
James Arness
James Arness joined the Beta Theta Pi Fraternity when he was attending Beloit College in 1946.
Jay Chandrasekhar
Jay Chandrasekhar joined the Beta Theta Pi Fraternity when he was attending Colgate University in 1990.
Jeffrey Jones
Jeffrey Jones joined the Beta Theta Pi Fraternity when he was attending Lawrence University in 1968.
Ken Kesey
Ken Kesey joined the Beta Theta Pi Fraternity when he was attending the University of Oregon in 1957.
Robert Reed
Robert Reed joined the Beta Theta Pi Fraternity when he was attending Northwestern University in 1954.
Stephen Sondheim
Stephen Sondheim joined the Beta Theta Pi Fraternity when he was attending Williams College in 1950.

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<![CDATA[26 Celebrities Who Were Tri Deltas]]> http://www.ranker.com/list/famous-tri-deltas/celebrity-lists
This list contains information about famous Tri Deltas, loosely ranked by fame and popularity. Delta Delta Delta is an international sorority with over 200,000 members. The organization was founded in 1888 at Boston University, and the group has published the magazine The Trident since 1891. Several famous actresses, musicians, and politicians are members of the Tri Deltas.

Who is the most famous person who is a Tri Delta? Elizabeth Banks tops our list. She joined the Delta Delta Delta Sorority when she was attending the University of Pennsylvania. She graduated magna cum laude and went on to earn an MFA at the American Conservatory Theater. Farrah Fawcett joined the Delta Delta Delta Sorority when she was attending the University of Texas at Austin.

Katie Couric joined the Delta Delta Delta Sorority when she was attending the University of Virginia. She graduated with a bachelor’s degree in English in 1979. Joanna García joined the Delta Delta Delta Sorority when she was attending Florida State University. She dropped out after receiving recurring roles on “Party of Five” and “Freaks and Geeks.”

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Beth Ostrosky Stern
Beth Ostrosky Stern joined the Delta Delta Delta Sorority when she was attending the University of Pittsburgh.
Dixie Carter
Dixie Carter joined the Delta Delta Delta Sorority when she was attending the University of Memphis.
Elizabeth Banks
Elizabeth Banks joined the Delta Delta Delta Sorority when she was attending the University of Pennsylvania.
Farrah Fawcett
Farrah Fawcett joined the Delta Delta Delta Sorority when she was attending the University of Texas at Austin.
Hoda Kotb
Hoda Kotb joined the Delta Delta Delta Sorority when she was attending Virginia Tech.
Joanna García
Joanna García joined the Delta Delta Delta Sorority when she was attending Florida State University.
Joan Didion
Joan Didion joined the Delta Delta Delta Sorority when she was attending the University of California, Berkeley.
Katie Couric
Katie Couric joined the Delta Delta Delta Sorority when she was attending the University of Virginia.
Leeza Gibbons
Leeza Gibbons joined the Delta Delta Delta Sorority when she was attending the University of South Carolina.
Molly Sims
Molly Sims joined the Delta Delta Delta Sorority when she was attending Vanderbilt University.

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