party schools

By: Andy Kryza The 14 Best College Dining Halls in America But that doesn't mean there isn't room for others. Some of the
The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign is the new top party school, according Princeton Review's annual ranking.  The
No state has embraced the on-campus recovery movement more than Texas. In 2012, the University of Texas system invested close
The infographic notes the 1962 University of Mississippi riot involving close to 3,000 people, where two people died as segregationists
"Over the last 10 years, we’ve had over 3,000 street fires because of the quick ability to bring furniture from porches and
post riot high street pic.twitter.com/MBpecjxi8t — Danny Shearer (@danndamannn) October 19, 2014 WVU President E. Gordon
It also gained national notoriety in 2005 when Jesse Watters, a reporter for Fox News, crashed the event and filmed partygoers
The University of Pennsylvania was named the top party school in the nation by Playboy magazine on Monday, making that the first time we can recall an Ivy League university claimed such a title.
Believe it or not, the University of Pennsylvania was named the top party school in the nation by Playboy magazine on Monday
But while they've lost a hangout spot, 'Cuse undergraduates can still have their branded beer pong tables and ping-pong balls
A group made a video calling for the preservation of Castle Court -- a place, at least once student says, where Syracuse
People already knew Syracuse has plenty of school spirit, parties and fun events before the ranking. That's not what would discourage prospective students from applying. As a young woman, I would place more importance on finding a school that takes sexual assault seriously.
"Right now, when freshmen come to campus, they're under the impression that VEISHEA is spring break without leaving campus
That might happen more than you think. It sure happens often enough for us to have compiled an amazing gallery of the best
Once upon a time, the legend of a good frat party was nothing more than word of mouth and morning-after evidence. Now, though
Kathy Zoner, Cornell chief of police, told The Huffington Post it's a matter of demographics of the campus and the student