September 25, 2013

We're #2.

The #1 party school is West Virginia University... according to Playboy. The University of Wisconsin is #2.

13 comments:

surfed said...

Playboy? That rag is still in business?

mrs. e said...

woo-hoo.

Big Mike said...

Koko knows how Wisconsin can move up in the rankings

Inga said...

That's OK, we've been number one so many times, it's time to cede the title to others.

PaulV said...

Time magazine would not rate UVA so as not to endanger amatuer status of other schools

Elliott A said...

As someone having spent a ton of money on my kids' educations (17 years worth) this ranking would make me steer my kids elsewhere. Many kids can not find the self discipline to party and study, the latter the reason they are there. If either of my kids would have attended the wrong undergraduate school, they wouldn't be the M.D. and J.D. C.P.A. they are. It is especially disheartening that these are all state schools, subsidized by taxpayers and very difficult to be admitted to due to the enormous number of applications, while the attendees party away.

Michelle Dulak Thomson said...

UW/Madison? Really? Damn, I'd think about half a dozen UC campuses could top that.

Harold House said...

how wonderful to be runner up to the university of west virginia [sic!]

Terry Josiah said...

Shocking that Playboy is still in business.
Even more shocking is that Ann takes it seriously. Yes, it's a party ranking, but Playboy.
You can't take that magazine for seriousness on anything.
That magazine's mindset is for ever 1973.

SJL said...

West Virginia has a bad rep, but it is a truly beautiful state. You have to drive thru it to believe it.

Smilin' Jack said...

The #1 party school is West Virginia University... according to Playboy. The University of Wisconsin is #2.

If you exclude incest, I'm sure UW is still #1.

PB Reader said...

It's nice to have a goal.

Conserve Liberty said...

Time magazine would not rate UVA so as not to endanger amatuer status of other schools

UVa lost any claim to real partying when Easters was banned in 1982

If one happened to be a student at The University in the mid-70's one might (or might not, depending on the quantity of grain alcohol imbibed) have a memory of what the "Best Party in America" was, and what a REAL party is.