This piece from the New York Times is a surprisingly sympathetic review of the reviews, especially those that appeared in campus publications. The author points to the phenomenon described by Naomi Schaefer Rileys God on the Quad as a response and possible antidote to the corruption Wolfe describes.
Other little essays on Wolfe that are worth reading can be found here and here. My old friend Carol McNamara anticipates some of the Charlotte Simmons themes in an article published in the current Perspectives on Political Science.
As for Naomi Schaefer Rileys book, Im in the middle of it, having persuaded the good people at Touchstone to let me review it. Let it not be said that she doesnt start with what some might regard as the toughest institutions to sell to a general readership, BYU and BJU. For a snarky review of the book, you can go here. I promise you, it wont influence me.