ActSci: You start moving things to M3 and notice that already some of
the lights in the ceiling are flickering. You calculate how long it will be
before the entire building collapses under its weight and takes out the
students inside. You start selling insurance to the grads moving in.
Your unlucky number is: 52 buildings on campus.
AHS: Final exams are coming up and you realize that it's finally time
to hit the books. Your punching bag was wearing out anyway.
Your unlucky number is: 60 punches/page.
AMATH: You finally finish your last Quantum assignment. Sleep can
finally re-enter your life! You lose track of time however, and sleep
through the exam.
Your unlucky number is: 80 hours of sleep.
ARCH: After seeing how M3 turned out, you decide to start planning
the next building for campus. It will tower over everything else on campus,
with an all-seeing eye on top to watch students entering and leaving
classes. Unfortunately, you forget to add in defences, and the tower is soon
toppled by living trees.
Your unlucky number is: 676 page epic.
ARTS: The term is effectively over, and you still haven't found a
job. You resign yourself to working at Tim Hortons, again.
Your unlucky number is: $1.81 for a small coffee and donut.
C&O:As much as you try to avoid it, you still have to walk
outdoors in the harsh sun. You try to mitigate the problem by plotting a
path that will maximize the shade you walk in and minimize the amount of
sunlight. You arrive in class unburnt, although tardy.
Your unlucky number is: 20 minutes of class left.
CS:The summer term is done, and you are still unsuccessful at finding
your significant other. Reading the Imprint comics, you see that there is a
girl in Architecture. You bus over to Cambridge to woo your new potential
Your unlucky number is: Rejection count finally over 9000.
Double Degree: You decide to make it clear that although you attend
classes at Laurier, you're not actually a Laurier student. UW students
remain unconvinced, but the Laurier students are. Hate now piles on from
Your unlucky number is: 45 000 slushies to the face.
ENG: You finally found a place to live next term for your co-op term.
Unfortunately, you couldn't actually check out the place since the job
placement was in Halifax.
Your unlucky number is: 4 cockroaches in the mattress. That you can see.
ENV: Seeing the giant tower erected by the Architecture students, you
see that it is a source of evil and vow to take it down. In an unprecedented
move, you reanimate the trees and lead an attack on the invading Engineers.
Your unlucky number is: Two towers before, one tower now.
Math Phys: It dawns on you that despite the fact that both you and
Soft Eng are the bastard sons of two faculties, you get the better deal. No
labs and no algebra! You then realize that one of your faculties really
likes getting around, and start going on a life-changing quest to see what
other half-brothers you may have.
Your unlucky number is: 3 new siblings and a new disturbing view of one of your parents.
PMATH: To beat the heat, you decide to get an ice cream. While in
line, you try to find a way to use the axiom of choice to select an ice
cream flavor. You decide that there is a solution, but leave it as an
exercise to the reader.
Your unlucky number is: 5 impatient people in line after you.
SCI: Science. Science. Science. So much science. Want to do all of
the science. SCIIIEEEEEEEEEEENCEEEEEEE!!!!! Sick of science. Too much
science. Want to go to arts.
Your unlucky number is: 1 more student switching faculties.
Soft Eng: Due to the onslaught of end-of-term projects that have been
harassing you all week, you never actually leave the computer labs. You
wonder why everyone else is complaining about the heat.
Your lucky number is: 21 degrees Celsius.
STATS: Going through the summer heat wave, you decide to calculate
the chance that Waterloo can finish the month without melting into a puddle
of sweat. Appalled at the likelihood of that happening, you urge everyone to
invest in deoderant. Unfortunately, that just creates a bigger problem.
Your unlucky number is: 4352 bottles worth of Axe in the air.
Teaching Option: Seeing the new frosh wandering about campus in their
Student Life 101 tour groups, you take it upon yourself to tell them all
about the things on campus that the tour guides seem to have forgotten. Fall
term this year is going to be a lot more interesting.
Your unlucky number is: 7 people crammed into a toilet stall looking for the Scheme implementation of quicksort.