Class of 2014 - Free T-Shirt

<p>Did you get yours yet? Do you know if it's regular mail or express/delivery mail?</p>

<p>still waiting on mine XD can't wait actually lol</p>

<p>i want one!</p>

<p>i just got mine</p>

<p>This is the first I've heard of this. Do you have to do anything to get one or are they just sending them out?</p>

<p>they sent an email about it.</p>

<p>I got mine a few days ago.</p>

<p>Got mine today, it's sweet</p>

<p>I got mine but they sent me the wrong size :(</p>

<p>***fffff I didn't get mine yet T_T</p>

<p>they're doing it early this year....i think last year they did ED and RD tshirts together</p>

<p>As a parent, I just have to say that the "free t-shirt" thing cracks me up...I'm not saying it's not a nice gesture, but the free t-shirt for my oldest kid is costing us about $200,000, and the free t-shirt for my youngest will cost about $150,000! :) Not complaining, though! (Awesome school all around!!)</p>

<p>I agree - why not send us a free sweatshirt? lol</p>

<p>at least cornell is giving you something that is "free". i had to pay extra for my cornell t-shirts, they didnt send us a class of 2011 shirt...only started with class of 2012. boo</p>

<p>Woot. Found the email! I was away on the 16th, but you'd think I would've seen something from "Cornell Admissions" once I got back. Stupid me, now I have to wait longer......</p>

<p>Did you guys get it in an envelope in the mailbox, or did UPS deliver it?</p>

<p>its so crappy i hate it. why don't they give us some choice? I mean we're only paying like 50000 dollars. I despise the red color its so ugly(espeically for men. seriously, its impossible to wear it during winter when i always wear black jackets, coats). yet another addition to my gym clothes (not to mention that the quality of the shirt is s***). a gray sweater would have been 100000x nicer.
well... im not going to Cornell for a t-shirt, so whatever, but I think if they are gonna give something, they should do it the right way.
btw happy new years! god bless!</p>

<p>wow way to be optimistic and appreciate the gift.</p>

<p>Sweaters cost 4x more than t-shirts. It's stupid for them to send one to every new student.</p>

<p>It's a welcome gift, not the fuc*ing red carpet.</p>

<p>I don't care, the t-shirt says Cornell 2014, so I'm happy with it. I already bought a nice hoodie, so I'm building a solid collection haha</p>

<p>i have yet to get a hoodie. Hows the sizing on the hoodies?</p>