UW Math Seniority Quiz
You know the real names of the following people
(1 point for each person, 1 point for every class taken
- Disco Stu
If the first digit of your UW ID is 0, then no points.
If it's 9, then add ( 10 - second digit of your id ) to your score.
If it's 8 or below, add 15 points.
Add 1 point for every time you switch your major.
Add 2 points for every time you switched your faculty.
(bonus 1 point if you switched into Math)
You know what the following buildings are
(1 point for each building):
You've had class in the following buildings
(point total in brackets):
- MC (1)
- DC (1)
- RCH (1)
- CPH (2)
- Chemistry (2)
- Biology 1 or 2(2)
- ES1 (2)
- ES2 (2)
- AL (2)
- ML (2)
- HH (2)
- PAS (2)
- BMH (3)
- ECH (4)
You know where B1 parking lot is/was (1 point)
You remember/know why mathNEWS was censored in 1998 (2 points)
You know what the cows know (2 points)
- How many distinct frosh week ties you own? (you must have received them during
frosh week, can't just buy them) 1 point for each tie
You can name frosh week directors for how many years back? (1 point for
Name the theme of as many frosh weeks as you can. (1 point each)
Number of EngScunts participated in. (1 point for each scunt, 1 point
bonus for each scunt if you were a God)
Your age mod waterloo (-1 point and -5% off your MATH135 final mark if you
can't figure out what that means)
Name as many mathies that were either nude models or go-go dancers (1
point for each person named)
When you hear "Mallard." you say _______. (1 point)
You know what AMWF stands for. (1 point)
True or False: MathSoc office had Macintosh computers. (1 point)
Number of nights you stayed up all night at tie guard (1 point per night)
Have you ever programmed in Modula-3 for class? (1-point)
For fun? (-5 points)
You remember Larch. (2 points, 1 point bonus if you understand Larch)
You ever used Larch and got money for it (2 points)
You like Larch (-5 points)
Give yourself 1 point per class if you've taken any of the following:
- C&O 230
- CS 351
- CS 340
- C&O 487
- CS 120
- CS 130
You know what the Red Room is/was, and where it is/was. (2
You know where the tunnel from MC to Chemistry is. (1 point, 1 point bonus
if you know the design on the inside of it)
How many MathSoc execs can you name? (name, position and term) (1 point for
each full terms exec)
Name as many Math senators as you can. (2 points)
Name as many Mathies who have been Feds execs. (2 points each)
(bonus point for every Mathie who ran and lost)
One point for every C&D manager you know.
One point for every MGC theme you know.
Who was the Waterloo Warrior? (2 points)
Do you remember the old configuration for the MathSoc office. (1 point)
One point for every term you've been a voting member of MathSoc council.
A point for every person you've dated, if you can name at least three
other mathies who've dated them.
2 points if you've ever made the Graph. (1 point if you know what the Graph is.)
A point for every pub crawl you've been on with the Natural Log.
1 point for every Charity Ball theme you know.
1 point for every term over 2 that you've lived in Rez
1 point for every student ghetto you've lived in:
- Keats Way
1 point for every mathNEWS editor you can name.
bonus point for their editor names.
1 point if you've ever used Descartes.
You are an Arts Student. Good for you. I am sure you are nice
in all regards. Go write a damn essay.
0 to 20:
Ahh Frosh. The thing about frosh is, you get older, but they stay the same
In fact, they get younger.
21 to 50:
You've just woken from a drunken stupor that comes from spending your first
year away from home. Now you are discovering the wonderful social clubs
on campus and trying to pick up their lore.
51 to 100:
You think you know a lot, but you really don't. You are trying too hard.
Are you Laymond?
101 to 130:
You are in the know. [Woo! I'm not Laymond! 103, baby!
103! — AbsentEd] You've been on council many times.
You've hung around the MathSoc exec office for far too long. Maybe
even did some dirty things in that office. You are graduating, right?
You are Snuggles (165) or Anton (143) ... graduate already!
Send in your scores to email@example.com
along with your name, term, and program, and maybe
you'll get a prize!
Old Lazy and Dirty