Here I hope I'm not insulting anyone or going against the whole institution, but I've been having doubts about the intellectuality of Reed College. Whenever I hear about Reed College, it's always related to intellectual, intellectual and intellectual. As philosopher Nietzsche said "What categorizes me negates me", are you sure this may not be the case for Reedies? I've heard stories of the hype about all the caffeine foods and the health products that Reed provides for their students during final exams, and the exaggeration amongst the peers about the workload and yet remaining procrastination. Are you sure the word 'intellectual' really fits well in context of Reed? I don't know, it just seems all modern intellectuals or ones from the past all just went through normal universities, not liberal art colleges and still managed to pull of thought-provoking work. I mean would Sartre, Zizek, Chomsky, proven intellectuals have chosen Reed had they grown up in America? It just appears to me like the hyper coating of the word intellectual is may prove to be pseudo-intellectual instead. Prove me that it's wrong, and I'll apply to Reed.