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    2013 Princeton Review For top Party, Sober Colleges

    Princeton Review's Top 20 Party, Sober Schools - ABC News

    Iowa is #2 party school and #1 is non other than our Riot Bowl Brethren, WVU.



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    Re: 2013 Princeton Review For top Party, Sober Colleges

    I'm sorry but the fact that ASU isn't on this list makes this worthless. ASU puts Iowa to shame.



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    Re: 2013 Princeton Review For top Party, Sober Colleges

    How do you judge a party school? Its not like the guy that wrote that went to each school for a few weeks and examined the party scene.



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    Re: 2013 Princeton Review For top Party, Sober Colleges

    Quote Originally Posted by WallenIzBallin View Post
    How do you judge a party school? Its not like the guy that wrote that went to each school for a few weeks and examined the party scene.
    You could say the same for "fittest colleges" as well.


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    Re: 2013 Princeton Review For top Party, Sober Colleges

    Quote Originally Posted by WallenIzBallin View Post
    How do you judge a party school? Its not like the guy that wrote that went to each school for a few weeks and examined the party scene.
    I'm going to guess that similar to other rankings it all has to do with a few key factors. They likely take into consideration number of citations/arrests for underage drinking, open container, DUI, etc... Among other too, that finally give them their ranking as there is no way Iowa truly is the #2 party school in the Nation. They are better than Iowa State, I think I can give them that, but even they shouldn't believe that they really are #2.

    Here is how they rank them, "a combination of survey questions concerning the use of alcohol and drugs, hours of study each day, and the popularity of the Greek System." So in the end all they go by is a random survey.


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    Re: 2013 Princeton Review For top Party, Sober Colleges

    This survey was based on interviews with students....U of I students think they are a party school. This may be the closest they get to a national championship. Let them enjoy it.



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    Re: 2013 Princeton Review For top Party, Sober Colleges

    Now that they are pimpin' the tiger hawk logo on Bud, they are poised to take the championship.



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    Re: 2013 Princeton Review For top Party, Sober Colleges

    Quote Originally Posted by carvers4math View Post
    Now that they are pimpin' the tiger hawk logo on Bud, they are poised to take the championship.
    But the University of Iowa says its Bud advertising is to help prevent underage drinking!?!


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    Re: 2013 Princeton Review For top Party, Sober Colleges

    Quote Originally Posted by CysRage View Post
    But the University of Iowa says its Bud advertising is to help promote underage drinking!?!

    FIFY.



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    Re: 2013 Princeton Review For top Party, Sober Colleges

    Quote Originally Posted by nfrine View Post
    This survey was based on interviews with students....U of I students think they are a party school. This may be the closest they get to a national championship. Let them enjoy it.
    Bingo. If I had a dollar for every time one of my buddies from Iowa, or one of my friends' buddies from Iowa came to Ames and got drank under the table while ranting about the Ped Mall and Lames, I could probably buy some nice tailgating accessories.


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