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Championships: Ellie Arroway vs. Tony Stark

This is it, folks. The finals are here, and it’s MIT vs. MIT. Who will take home the top prize? To vote, simply answer the following question:

Which person, if real, would most successfully guide others to greatness and why?

MIT-Cornell Fictional Alumni Face-Off final round

Cast your vote three ways:

  • Submit your answer in the comments of this post
  • Respond via the MIT Facebook page
  • Tweet using the hashtag #MITCU

Need some inspiration? Learn more about Ellie Arroway and Tony Stark.

As before, judges will be looking for posts that are clever, witty, absurd, and downright ridiculous. The more entertaining they find your comment to be, the more likely it will tip the scale in favor of your alma mater. Voting ends each Friday at noon ET.

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Semifinals, Week 14: Charles Foster Kane vs. Tony Stark

To vote, simply answer the following question:

Which person, if real, would make the best professor or guest lecturer—and why?

Cast your vote three ways:

  • Submit your answer in the comments of this post
  • Respond via the Cornell or MIT Facebook pages
  • Tweet using the hashtag #MITCU

Need some inspiration? Learn more about Charles Foster Kane and Tony Stark.

As before, judges will be looking for posts that are clever, witty, absurd, and downright ridiculous. The more entertaining they find your comment to be, the more likely it will tip the scale in favor of your alma mater. Voting ends each Friday at noon ET.

Semifinals, Week 13: Sideshow Mel vs. Ellie Arroway

Round three has begun! Note the new question you must respond to in order to vote.

To vote, simply answer the following question:

Which person, if real, would make the best professor or guest lecturer—and why?

Cast your vote three ways:

  • Submit your answer in the comments of this post
  • Respond via the Cornell or MIT Facebook pages
  • Tweet using the hashtag #MITCU

Need some inspiration? Learn more about Sideshow Mel and Ellie Arroway.

As before, judges will be looking for posts that are clever, witty, absurd, and downright ridiculous. The more entertaining they find your comment to be, the more likely it will tip the scale in favor of your alma mater. Voting ends each Friday at noon ET.

Quarterfinals, Week 12: Charles Foster Kane vs. Sue Storm

To vote, simply answer the following question:

Which person, if real, would make the best housemate—and why?

Cast your vote three ways:

  • Submit your answer in the comments of this post
  • Respond via the Cornell or MIT Facebook pages
  • Tweet using the hashtag #MITCU

This week’s judge: Columbia University Alumni Association. Twitter: @ColumbiaAlumniA.

MIT-Cornell Fictional Alumni Face-Off Week 12
Need some inspiration? Learn more about Charles Foster Kane and Sue Storm.

As before, judges will be looking for posts that are clever, witty, absurd, and downright ridiculous. The more entertaining they find your comment to be, the more likely it will tip the scale in favor of your alma mater. Voting ends each Friday at noon ET.

Quarterfinals, Week 11: Tony Stark vs. David Levinson

To vote, simply answer the following question:

Which person, if real, would make the best housemate—and why?

Cast your vote three ways:

  • Submit your answer in the comments of this post
  • Respond via the Cornell or MIT Facebook pages
  • Tweet using the hashtag #MITCU

This week’s judge: Princeton University Alumni Association. Twitter: @princetonalumni.

MIT-Cornell Fictional Alumni Face-Off

Need some inspiration? Learn more about Tony Stark and David Levinson.

As before, judges will be looking for posts that are clever, witty, absurd, and downright ridiculous. The more entertaining they find your comment to be, the more likely it will tip the scale in favor of your alma mater. Voting ends each Friday at noon ET.

Quarterfinals, Week 10: Andy Bernard vs. Ellie Arroway

To vote, simply answer the following question:

Which person, if real, would make the best housemate—and why?

Cast your vote three ways:

  • Submit your answer in the comments of this post
  • Respond via the Cornell or MIT Facebook pages
  • Tweet using the hashtag #MITCU

This week’s judge: Harvard University Alumni Association. Twitter: @HarvardAlumni.

MIT-Cornell Fictional Alumni Face-Off

Need some inspiration? Learn more about Andy Bernard and Ellie Arroway.

As before, judges will be looking for posts that are clever, witty, absurd, and downright ridiculous. The more entertaining they find your comment to be, the more likely it will tip the scale in favor of your alma mater. Voting ends each Friday at noon ET.

Quarterfinals, Week 9: Sideshow Mel vs. Lex Luthor

Round 2 has begun! To keep things interesting, we’ve implemented a few changes.

1) There is a different question to respond to in order to vote. This question will also be changed for the semifinal and final rounds.

2) Voting now ends at noon on Friday.

3) And so you know the judging is fair, our colleagues from other Ivy Plus (the Ivy League plus MIT and Stanford) alumni associations will be judging.

To vote, simply answer the following question:

Which person, if real, would make the best housemate—and why?

Cast your vote three ways:

  • Submit your answer in the comments of this post
  • Respond via the Cornell or MIT Facebook pages
  • Tweet using the hashtag #MITCU

This week’s judge: the University of Pennsylvania Alumni Association. Twitter: @pennalumni.

Need some inspiration? Learn more about Sideshow Mel and Lex Luthor.

As before, judges will be looking for posts that are clever, witty, absurd, and downright ridiculous. The more entertaining they find your comment to be, the more likely it will tip the scale in favor of your alma mater. Voting ends each Friday at noon ET.

Week 8: Cornell’s Kay Scarpetta vs. MIT’s Sue Storm

THIS IS THE ROUND ONE FINALE!

To vote, simply answer the following question:

Which person, if real, has the potential to offer the greatest contribution(s) to society?

Cast your vote three ways:

  • Submit your answer in the comments of this post
  • Respond via the Cornell or MIT Facebook pages
  • Tweet using the hashtag #MITCU

Need some inspiration? Learn more about Kay Scarpetta and Sue Storm.

Representatives from the Cornell and MIT Alumni Associations will be looking for posts that are clever, witty, absurd, and downright ridiculous. The more entertaining we find your comment to be, the more likely it will tip the scale in favor of your alma mater. Voting ends each Friday at 1:00 p.m. ET.

Week 7: Charles Foster Kane vs. Sam Beckett

To vote, simply answer the following question:

Which person, if real, has the potential to offer the greatest contribution(s) to society?

Cast your vote three ways:

  • Submit your answer in the comments of this post
  • Respond via the Cornell or MIT Facebook pages
  • Tweet using the hashtag #MITCU

Need some inspiration? Learn more about Charles Foster Kane and Sam Beckett.

Representatives from the Cornell and MIT Alumni Associations will be looking for posts that are clever, witty, absurd, and downright ridiculous. The more entertaining we find your comment to be, the more likely it will tip the scale in favor of your alma mater. Voting ends each Friday at 1:00 p.m. ET.

Week 6: Mitchell Pritchett vs. David Levinson

To vote, simply answer the following question:

Which person, if real, has the potential to offer the greatest contribution(s) to society?

Cast your vote three ways:

  • Submit your answer in the comments of this post
  • Respond via the Cornell or MIT Facebook pages
  • Tweet using the hashtag #MITCU

Need some inspiration? Learn more about Mitchell Pritchett and David Levinson.

Representatives from the Cornell and MIT Alumni Associations will be looking for posts that are clever, witty, absurd, and downright ridiculous. The more entertaining we find your comment to be, the more likely it will tip the scale in favor of your alma mater. Voting ends each Friday at 1:00 p.m. ET.

  • Congrats, Tony Stark!

    Tournament brackets

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  • What's at stake?
    The winning school will take ownership of the soon-to-be-constructed Social Media Cup trophy.

    The losing school will be forced to produce a video that pays homage to both the tournament winner and his or her alma mater and promote the video on their own Facebook page.

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    Tournament brackets

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