The Chicago School of Fusing rocks

I stumbled across this website the other day, and it was so well done I thought it was real…and the more I read, the more I laughed at how well they represent the university culture.

“The Chicago School of Fusing campus was first located in an aromatic cheese factory, on Chicago’s East Side. Later the campus was relocated to the Flat Iron Building (FIB) in the heart of Chicago. Campus facilities now cover several blocks on the famous Chicago River with daily ferry service to train stations and Lake Michigan. The Fusitorium hosts the majority of classes. Technical classes in iron repair and maintenance are held in the The Iron Workers United Building or IWUB. The Flat Iron Student Services (FISS) building houses a large ice machine and Band-Aid vending service near the Nurse’s office.”

Visit their website for more irony from the faculty of the Chicago School of Fusing.


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