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satyking
09-16-2010, 07:48 AM
91 its a new year and just because the coaches are quitting the team is moving somewhere......maybe Hockeydud can become the new asst coach....how did that T get there ?

theprofromdover
09-16-2010, 10:00 AM
They are equal to or better than bc in academics


BRAIN DAMAGE ALERT! BRAIN DAMAGE ALERT!

Hokydad
09-16-2010, 10:07 AM
BRAIN DAMAGE ALERT! BRAIN DAMAGE ALERT!


Do all the alerts you want. They are and that is a fact.

Slasher7
09-16-2010, 12:12 PM
They are equal to or better than bc in academics



LOL.

Please show me ONE publication that shows Providence to be on the same level or above Boston College in academics. Congrats, CandyVan, you have eclipsed your previous "dumbest statement ever" plateau with this one...:eek:

PC is a good school and is probably third in academics in HE after BC and BU, but you are making yourself sound foolish as usual.

Hokydad
09-16-2010, 12:16 PM
LOL.

Please show me ONE publication that shows Providence to be on the same level or above Boston College in academics. Congrats, CandyVan, you have eclipsed your previous "dumbest statement ever" plateau with this one...:eek:

PC is a good school and is probably third in academics in HE after BC and BU, but you are making yourself sound foolish as usual.

You think BU also?

Ok. Dont let acceptance rates blind your view. Every kid applying to enjoy the experience does not equate to a better education.

Dont tell me, tell it to the firms doing on campus recruiting and hiring.

Hokydad
09-16-2010, 12:26 PM
maybe we can start with US News and World Report

http://colleges.usnews.rankingsandreviews.com/best-colleges/compare/items+2128+3406

jcarter7669
09-16-2010, 12:30 PM
They are equal to or better than bc in academics




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Slasher7
09-16-2010, 12:39 PM
maybe we can start with US News and World Report

http://colleges.usnews.rankingsandreviews.com/best-colleges/compare/items+2128+3406

Umm, you do realize you are reading this wrong, right? BC is ranked # 31 nationally according to USNWR. PC is ranked # 2 in the "Regional" category.

Here's the actual list:

http://colleges.usnews.rankingsandreviews.com/best-colleges/national-universities-rankings

(Unless you think that PC is #2 nationally and BC is # 31 nationally). If so....wait for it....LOLOLOLOL

Salvo1017
09-16-2010, 12:39 PM
I dont think an argument about academics is really relevant to this board so someone should just squash it here...

It's an old cliche that an education at a school is what you make of it but I believe it has a lot of truth behind it. I'm a Merrimack grad no where near the level of PC, BC, or BU on paper. However, my average class size throughout my 4 years was somewhere around 12. I'm a 1L in law school now and it amazes me how some of the people from the premier schools of the country including harvard just don't get it. It is difficult to teach analytical skills in large class sizes some 100 kids or more.

So yes, the rankings may hold BC and BU far above PC, and kids from those schools can certainly boast about the name of the college on their degree, but when it comes down to the caliber of students they produce it's all in what that student put in.

Slasher7
09-16-2010, 12:54 PM
I dont think an argument about academics is really relevant to this board so someone should just squash it here...

It's an old cliche that an education at a school is what you make of it but I believe it has a lot of truth behind it. I'm a Merrimack grad no where near the level of PC, BC, or BU on paper. However, my average class size throughout my 4 years was somewhere around 12. I'm a 1L in law school now and it amazes me how some of the people from the premier schools of the country including harvard just don't get it. It is difficult to teach analytical skills in large class sizes some 100 kids or more.

So yes, the rankings may hold BC and BU far above PC, and kids from those schools can certainly boast about the name of the college on their degree, but when it comes down to the caliber of students they produce it's all in what that student put in.

You're 100% right about students and what they make of their degrees.

The argument here, though, was Hokydad's "fact" that Providence had better academics than Boston College as an institution, not which school's students work harder to succeed, etc after graduation. As usual, he's wrong.

Hokydad
09-16-2010, 01:07 PM
You're 100% right about students and what they make of their degrees.

The argument here, though, was Hokydad's "fact" that Providence had better academics than Boston College as an institution, not which school's students work harder to succeed, etc after graduation. As usual, he's wrong.


opinions vary

jcarter7669
09-16-2010, 01:09 PM
opinions vary

Facts don't

Hokydad
09-16-2010, 01:10 PM
I dont think an argument about academics is really relevant to this board so someone should just squash it here...

It's an old cliche that an education at a school is what you make of it but I believe it has a lot of truth behind it. I'm a Merrimack grad no where near the level of PC, BC, or BU on paper. However, my average class size throughout my 4 years was somewhere around 12. I'm a 1L in law school now and it amazes me how some of the people from the premier schools of the country including harvard just don't get it. It is difficult to teach analytical skills in large class sizes some 100 kids or more.

So yes, the rankings may hold BC and BU far above PC, and kids from those schools can certainly boast about the name of the college on their degree, but when it comes down to the caliber of students they produce it's all in what that student put in.

BC and PC can go back and forth.

Zero chance BU undergrad degree is better than PC

Hokydad
09-16-2010, 01:10 PM
Facts don't

what facts is that Mr Ed?

Slasher7
09-16-2010, 01:12 PM
opinions vary

"They are and that is a fact"

:confused: :confused: :confused:

Opinions or facts, Hoky? This is your quote above regarding PC vs. BC's academics. It's ok to admit you were wrong and ask for our forgiveness and move on.

Slasher7
09-16-2010, 01:33 PM
what facts is that Mr Ed?

"stop being such a negative piece of s***"

This is the feedback you leave? How is it negative to call you out on an absolutely idiotic point that it is a "fact" that PC has a better academic reputation than BC when your "proof" is you misreading a website ranking? Too funny.

jcarter7669
09-16-2010, 01:38 PM
what facts is that Mr Ed?


Umm, you do realize you are reading this wrong, right? BC is ranked # 31 nationally according to USNWR. PC is ranked # 2 in the "Regional" category.

Here's the actual list:

http://colleges.usnews.rankingsandreviews.com/best-colleges/national-universities-rankings

(Unless you think that PC is #2 nationally and BC is # 31 nationally). If so....wait for it....LOLOLOLOL

See if you can put the two together...hokeypoke

Hokydad
09-16-2010, 01:48 PM
See if you can put the two together...hokeypoke

sorry Mr Ed, didnt realize who I was talking at

Rankings factor inadmission rates(which mean zero), value, fun, clubs offered on and on

Was talking strictly academics.

No go have some more peanut butter

Slasher7
09-16-2010, 02:07 PM
Was talking strictly academics.



LOL. Riiiight.

Hokydad
09-16-2010, 02:25 PM
LOL. Riiiight.

"They are equal to or better than bc in academics"

That was the only post

Please tell me you are not as stupid as Jcarter and can read.....

What was I talking about? The Glee Club