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Playboy’s Top Party Schools

It seems that Playboy is always coming out with a new list of the Top Ten Party Schools.  Heck, if such lists sell magazines for US News & World Report, it can’t be all that surprising that other struggling magazines (full of articles!) would want to get in on the business of ranking colleges?

So here is Playboy’s Top Ten for 2010.

1.  University of Texas at Austin

2.  West Virginia University

3.  University of Wisconsin-Madison

4. University of Miami-Florida

5.  East Carolina University

6.  Arizona State University

7.  Rollins College (all women’s!)

8.  University of California-Santa Barbara

9.  Plymouth State University

10.  University of Iowa

 

Plus Playboy puts together a rather goofy (and sometimes inappropriate!) list of other winning attributes of particular college.  Here’s an (edited!) list to make you chuckle:

Hottest Girls: Arizona State University
Best Halloween Party: Ohio University
Best Living Mascot: Uga, the University of Georgia bulldog
Best Harmless Prank: Antiquing—dusting your friend’s face with flour
Best College Sports Bar: The Houndstooth in Tuscaloosa, Alabama
Best Student Section, Basketball: MSU’s Izzone, named after Coach Izzo
Best College Radio Station: WSOU, Seton Hall
Best College Drinking Innovation: The Flabongo, a beer bong made out of a lawn flamingo
Best Catholic Party School: Marquette
Best College Sandwich: Fat Philly from the Rutgers grease trucks: two chicken fingers, cheesesteak, gyro meat, two mozzarella sticks, white and red sauces, lettuce and tomato
Best Ivy League Party School: N/A
Best Course: Honors College 299:
Far Side Entomology, at Oregon State University
Worst Course:
Tree Climbing, Cornell
Hottest New College Sport: Sand volleyball (begins next academic year)
College That Sounds Fun But Isn’t: UNLV
Best Surf School:
University of Hawaii
Best Name For Beer Pong: Beer Pong
Best College-Supported Art Project: Brandeis’s Liquid Latex Body Art Show.
Think painted girls mixed with fetish
Worst Party School: Tie between BYU and Oral Roberts

 

Mark Montgomery
Educational Consultant

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