Each year, Playboy Magazine ranks its top ten party schools based on criteria that includes a "bikini index." The University of Texas took 2010's top spot -- Playboy writes: "When you add up academics, the weather, the liberal atmosphere, South by Southwest, game day and the nightlife on Sixth Street, UT Austin is one heck of a school."
Here's a look at the other schools that embody the "study hard, party harder" motto.
CORRECTION: An earlier version of this article cited Playboy's 2009 list of top party schools. The article has been corrected.
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