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Just out of curiousity lol
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coldplay didn't study anything.
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However, "[Chris] Martin continued his studies at University College London, staying at Ramsay Hall where he read Ancient World Studies and graduated with First Class honours in Greek and Latin"
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Google!
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Amazing what one can accomplish with wikipedia.
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Will Champion used to play for my hockey club and went to my school.... thats my claim to fame lol.

*** scurries back to the Imperial forums ... ***
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Well those people saying "coldplay didn't study anything", I'm quite sure they met when at UCL when staying in Ramsay hall. Well that's what I've heard from a few people, rumours do spread around like wildfire here but I doubt anyone cares enough to make that one up.
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how to make cool but slightly weird music :ahee:
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I think Chris Martin did a Masters in Blandness didnt he?
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(Original post by halfoflessthan50p)
I think Chris Martin did a Masters in Blandness didnt he?
:eek3: :woo:

Take that back!

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Guy Berryman - Started an Engineering degree, dropped out after a year and started an architecture degree (7 years) He then dropped out after a year again and worked as a barman whilst playing Bass in Coldplay

Jonny Buckland - Astronomy and Mathmatics

Will Champion - Anthropology

Chris Martin - Ancient World Studies (1st class honours) Greek and Latin
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RAMSAYYYYYYYYY
that is all.
and yes, ancient world studies, first class for chris martin.
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(Original post by halfoflessthan50p)
I think Chris Martin did a Masters in Blandness didnt he?
:hand: oh no you didnt
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I didn't even know he had a degree, let alone a good one.
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Why doesnt it surprise me that none of their degrees are in music ?
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Coldplay, as a single entity. They all stayed in the same room. And travelled around together, all linking arms. always.
That's what I imagined! hahah
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Why doesnt it surprise me that none of their degrees are in music ?
theyre still all in the easy **** degrees you can do whilst doing nothing but looking smug on your ****** piano though
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theyre still all in the easy **** degrees you can do whilst doing nothing but looking smug on your ****** piano though
What do you do, if Maths with Astronomy seems like an easy degree? Theoretical Quantum Physics?

Agreed more or less about the rest of them tho. You can't do nothing and get a degree, but Anthropology or Classics are definitely among easier options.
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Classics and Anthropology are easy? Classics is easy? So I guess languages, history, philosophy, English literature and linguistics are easy? Christ. The only sense in which "Classics and Anthropology" are easy is the same as the sense in which "only Chemistry and Physics are hard and everything else is mickey mouse" which I guess shouldn't surprise me coming from a pharmacologist but whatever.

And it would very much surprise me if they did Music degrees at a university with no Music department.
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(Original post by littleshambles)
The only sense in which "Classics and Anthropology" are easy is the same as the sense in which "only Chemistry and Physics are hard and everything else is mickey mouse" which I guess shouldn't surprise me coming from a pharmacologist but whatever.
Sorry, didn't mean to wind you up. They aren't easy as such, especially not at a good uni like UCL. But they are easier in the sense that workload is less structured and all of them require less contact hours than for example Chemsitry- if any Coldplay member did something like Chem, they only instrument they would have had time to use would be a lab spectrometer.
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