At a recent Math Alumni dinner, a short quiz was given on Math Faculty and UW history. Of 45 questions, the winning team got 23 right. In second place was Ian Goldberg and his wife Kat (and some other team, but I'm not telling you about them) with 17.
None of this is notable, except that the test was multiple choice (a, b, c, or d), so Ian and Kat flipped two coins 45 times to arrive at their answers. Thus proving that Mathies are not historians, and coins are still smarter than you.
The TTC Token, past winner of the PMC's Absolut Trials (a series of true/false questions), was unavailable for comment.