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University of Colorado, top party school

The University of Colorado is ranked the best party school by the Princeton Review. Bringham Young was the top "cold stone sober" school. There is more. Amusing.

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At least this year, when I’m paying my state income tax, I’ll know that the money is being well used...

Have a Hairy Buffalo!

I was surprised to see that the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign rated so highly. I was there for five years (1989-1994) and found it quite dull--certainly no match for classic college towns like Bloomington, Athens (OH or GA), or Ann Arbor. Of course, since I was a graduate student this was probably a good thing.

But then I noticed that the score is in part derived from the strength of Greek life, and it suddenly made sense. Fraternities and sororities are huge at UIUC. I guess those who head there for the parties had better go Greek; otherwise they’ll be disappointed.

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