I attended the University of Pittsburgh for a while too. Started in the College of General Studies, migrated to the College of Arts and Sciences. Ended up studying comp sci. In 1995, got married, switched to part-time student, full-time staff.
Recognize where this is going? In 1996, I left the University before getting my degree, to join an old CMU roommate in his startup company, Hell's Kitchen Systems. Later, I went back to work full time at CMU again. Who knows what's next?
I was a freshman at CMU as of Fall of 1986, in the Mellon College of Science, with a major in Chemistry with a concentration in Biochemistry. When I got a full time job, I started attending classes part time. In early 1993, I decided that I was never going to graduate at the rate I was taking classes, so I went back to being a full time student. I transferred to the University of Pittsburgh at the same time, because it's waaaaay cheaper.
From 1982 to 1986 (9th to 12th grade) I attended Stuyvesant High School, a science/math high school in Manhattan. Quite a few Stuyvesant people are on the net, and there's even an IRC channel for it (#stuy). Since I was living on Staten Island at the time, I had to take the Staten Island Ferry to school every day.
From 1979 to 1982 (6th, 7th and 8th grade) I attended I.S. 34 in Staten Island, New York.
From 1973 to 1979 (Kindergarden to 5th grade) I attended P.S. 36 in Staten Island, New York