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Question #91084 posted on 03/28/2018 10:58 a.m.

Dear 100 Hour Board,

Can I ask what all the writer's current majors are? I've been curious about it since some express expertise in certain areas, but sometimes that knowledge isn't connected to a major (for example, me spending 7 hours reading about black holes and string theory has nothing to do with sociology)

-The Eldest Bennett


Dear The Bennest,

I'm a neuroscience major, and I recently switched from biochemistry. However, you'll probably notice my knowledge is really just based on whatever Wikipedia article I read recently.

Keep it real,
Sherpa Dave


Dear Tony Bennett,

I'm a mechanical engineering major. True to my engineering major status all of my information is either:

1. An approximation based off of reasonable assumptions that is close enough to the answer for practical purposes. 

2. Pulled directly off the first google result.




Dear Jane,

Political science. Basically the best major ever.

-guppy of doom


Dear Beck,

I remain a physics major for another month, at which I shall no longer have a major.

'Cause I'll be graduated.

-Frère Rubik


Dear you,

Political Science. I'm still trying to figure out where the science part is...

-Sunday Night Banter


Dear Jane,

Teaching social sciences! For everyone's sake, you should probably be glad that nobody has asked about any of the education/teacher controversies recently, because boy do I have strong opinions that probably most of the Board readership doesn't care about.

You may also be interested in Board Question #90439, which has the general breakdown of majors across the Board. It's a few months old, but is still probably more comprehensive than just the few of us responding here.



Dear Jane,

ACME all the way, baby!




Environmental Science: glorified merit badge.