Princeton Review ranks the nation’s top party schools, and as usual, I don’t give a rip.
FrannyO warns against putting too much stock in the reputation of a school. A great university doesn’t mean that the applicant has great skills.
I wonder if the same can be said about parties. Do you have an experience with a school on the list?
- Did your school live up to its reputation?
- Did you learn anything?
- Did you leave school with a unique perspective on life (or did you leave school with a saturated liver)?
I think much of the ‘party school’ mystique is overstated. I suspect that many of these parties are overrated, too. But what the hell do I know? My alma mater didn’t have fraternities, sororities, or a football team. We had hippies, gay Catholic priests, and a theater conservatory. When we partied, there were showtunes playing in the background. My roommates acted out scenes from movies. It was a gentle scene.
Obviously, I have no idea how to do a keg stand.
(That’s what I’m telling you, anyway.)