Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the last few years, you probably use Snapchat way too much. If you’ve ever wondered what one of Snapchat’s many filters best fits your specific college within UMD, fear no more, because we’ve got you covered:
College of Agriculture and Natural Resources (AGNR):
Let’s face it: if you’re in AGNR, you probably like plants and animals. There’s a pretty good chance that you’re stoned out of your mind, too. Thus, AGNR majors would be personified as both the flower crown filter and the crazy bunny filter: happy and free, without a care in the world (besides how much weed you’ve got left, and that’s where the crazy bunny comes in).
Arts and Humanities (ARHU):
Ah, the art and humanities majors. We see you slinking around the back of the Art-Soc building with your hip, paint-splattered clothes, or walking out of the Clarice with backpacks and instrument cases in tow. Whether you’re armed with spray paint or your instrument, you’re probably outside working on your schoolwork because your roommates don’t want to smell or hear your art (major props to you for braving the cold). These majors would be the chic glasses filter: cool and unbothered by anything.
James Clark School of Engineering:
If you’re not friends with at least one engineering major, what are you doing? These majors are some of the hardest workers on campus, seeing as how many of them somehow managed to make it through MATH140 and CHEM135 in the same semester. Still, your chances of graduating within 4 years aren’t so great, so that’s why your college is the sad face filter. Cheers to 5 years!
Computer, Mathematical, and Natural Sciences (CMNS):
If you’re a CMNS major, you’re probably reading this for one of two reasons: you either just HAD to look at something other than code or your Calculus 5 homework, or you finally got a break from doing your lab practical. We’re not going to lie: you guys are nerds. Smart, probably lovable, nerds. That’s why your college is the nerdy glasses filter. We just want you to know that it’s okay to come out of your respective buildings and have actual conversations with people. You might even enjoy it.
Robert A. Smith School of Business:
The business school is the hardest school to get into on campus. You can have all of the requirements fulfilled and still not get in. However, if you’re one of the lucky few selected into the school, we can say two things for sure. First, you’re probably smarter than us, and second, you’re definitely better dressed and better-looking than us. You’re good at hiding how you really look and feel, so your college’s filter would be…well, whatever this one is called. Regardless of the fact that we don’t know what to call it, this filter can hide so many flaws. Genius business idea, right?
Letters and Sciences (LTSC):
We can’t forget about our proudly undecided comrades. If you’re in LTSC, you either have no idea what you want to do yet, or you’re still trying to deal with the rejection from any of the LEPs. We feel your pain. These undeclared majors would be the twisted face filter: everything is undecided and up in the air for you, or else you’re just stressed out about passing all of your gateway courses with a C- or better (business and engineering majors especially). But hey, at least you’ve still got your youth?
Something so bad, 12 beers later, is so, so good.