Meaning of SLACKADEM in English

SLACKADEM

n. A term used by science/engineering majors at Rice University for a person majoring in humanities or social sciences due to a perceived lack of work or effort put forth by the latter [blend formed from words academy and slacker ]. Context and source: "If you'll excuse me, I've got to study for a test. Not everyone can be a slackadem and watch TV all day." (Conversation)

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