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  • Re: Top Party Schools

    On another thread, the business of whether or not Playboy rates party schools, and whether or not there are "pros"in the business is best answered by this site

    http://www.snopes.com/college/admin/playboy.asp

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    Let me be the first to say it.


    I told you so.


    I was actually gonna head on over to snopes and pull up the link a while ago, but i'm back on dial up now and didn't feel like going through the trouble of finding it.


    But trust me, Washington kids, you're not the first, and you won't be the last to perpetuate this urban legend.

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      My uncle gave me a copy of it when I was in HS so I could properly pick a college. I think it was from an issue dated from '85-88. Not sure. It must have been a list they published from another source.

      I remember specifically Texas was #1 and the most widely abused drug was birth control. Colorado and Nebraska were on there also.

      I think it had the top 20 and bottom 10. Rice was in the bottom 10 along with BYU.

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        Re: Top Party Schools

        there's many sites that rank them, e.g.,

        http://www.pubclub.com/collegefootball/

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          At the trials in Atlanta I saw this college kid on the train with a caption on his t-shirt: "Athens, Georgia. Graduating the best educated alcoholics since 1785." Now, this is class!
          "A beautiful theory killed by an ugly fact."
          by Thomas Henry Huxley

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            Re: Top Party Schools

            >My uncle gave me a copy of it when I was in HS so I could properly pick a
            >college. I think it was from an issue dated from '85-88. Not sure. It must
            >have been a list they published from another source.

            I remember specifically
            >Texas was #1 and the most widely abused drug was birth control. Colorado and
            >Nebraska were on there also.

            I think it had the top 20 and bottom 10. Rice
            >was in the bottom 10 along with BYU.


            One thing is clear, I didn't attend Carnegie Mellon for the parties. Or the indoor track facilities.

            Nik Bonaddio
            Carnegie Mellon University

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            • #7
              Re: Top Party Schools

              These threads, plus the full page article about the 10-day beer bash at the nationals...is drinking and partying now an ongoing coverage of T&FN...?

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                OK GARRY,HERE WE GO,WHY IS THE REASON THEY NO LONGER HOLD THE SHOT AT MADISON SQUARE GARDEN?BECAUSE,AFTER THROWING&PARTYING DURING MEET BRIAN OLDFIELD THREW THE BENCH UP INTO THE STANDS,A LITTLE ANGER MANAGEMENT.
                FLORIDA//

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                • #9
                  Re: Top Party Schools

                  Huh? I could swear I saw them throw the shot at the Millrose Games this year.

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