Holding forth about your time at Dartmouth and the stellar SAT score that got you there is going to have one of two outcomes. Either people will wonder how badly you screwed up to end up here, bragging to a bunch of state school grads, or they'll have flashbacks to their college rejection letters and try to smack the Ivy League snootiness right out of you. Neither of these outcomes is a good one. Hold your prestigious education close to your chest. Wield it to gain the advantage in job interviews and in forging valuable connections. Hell, you paid a quarter million dollars for the privilege, you might as well make the most of it. Just do us a favor and save those tales of idyllic afternoons spent strolling the quad for the next alumni dinner.