University of Georgia is Tops in Party Schools

Posted by Richard Lawson | Aug 03, 2010 | 0 Comments

The University of Georgia has been named the nation's number one school for partying by the Princeton Review after only making it to the top 20 for the last 10 out of thirteen years. This "award" is not a boost to the school's reputation as of late. Back in September a bunch of party hard fans nearly destroyed the North Campus by dumping almost 70 tons of garbage and even urinated and defecated on some of the buildings. Also, earlier this summer the university's athletic director was arrested for DUI as well as two football players a few days later. School officials would obviously prefer to be top in academia instead of partying. It is hard to do, since Athens has around 100 bars to partake of alcohol and mischief. Administrators have tried for years to cut down on underage drinking by calling the offenders parents or having them jailed.

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