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Get ready for thing number 400 billion that makes you think, "Hmm, I am always reading articles about how insanely difficult it is to get into Ivy League colleges, so why am I also always reading articles about how the people who actually attend these colleges are dumber than a box of hair?" Well, we wish we had an answer for you, but instead we have these quotes from Alexsey Vanyer-level douche Harrison Schaen, a Princeton junior who's just founded a magazine that's a little GQ, a little Rolling Stone, and a lot delusional privileged fucktard.

When I was in high school, I said to my friends, 'By the time I'll be 21, I'm going to start a revolution.'
"You have to have your 'in,' It's not about what you know, it's about who you know. We know who to talk to. We know executive heads, we know producers, and that's how OSF serves as the medium between the University and the entertainment world.
What sets us apart is our contacts. We have contacts with MGM, Sony and Paramount, as well as major record labels. It's all about getting your name out there and having someone who matters look at you, and that's what we intend to do with OSF magazine.

Since we serve as the medium (seriously, what?) between people like this and our readers, we have to inform you, Harrison, that you're currently having someone who matters look at you. And that person is thinking, "What a fucking waste of space that twatty little douche is."

Oh So Fresh Magazine Startup Unencumbered By Sense of Reality [IvyGate]