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Old 08-21-2007, 06:17 PM   #16
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Well, Matty. Mason is okay if you're 21 and can hit up the bars. Other than that, no house parties to speak of. We don't even have frat or sorority houses (can't have more than 4 girls living in the same house that aren't related. Good ol' brothel laws!) to go to. There are a lot of people around here that know people from Mason, and if you do party it's going to a close friends house and normally small.
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Old 08-21-2007, 06:21 PM   #17
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I can't believe Wisconsin isn't on the list. Most ranking always have them number 1.


Hooskins, one of my goals this year is to go down to JMU and party. I hear they have a lot of fun. Also obviously everyone talks about their women too.



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Notice how maryland has the top SAT score by a pretty large margin of all 50 that are listed and still is ranked top 15. That is because we are multi talented. I mean it lists that many places don't have bars open till 3 either. Shit is happening at maryland until 5 or 6 AM. I can go out and find drunk people falling around at 5AM. Lots of fun to do when you are really drunk.
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Old 08-21-2007, 06:24 PM   #18
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that link... penn state at a 41% drug interest. LSU 47% Mississippi at 57%? Is that even possible? Maryland is at 15% even Colorado at boulder is only 26%.
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Old 08-21-2007, 06:35 PM   #19
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That ranking was done by the princeton review all the rankings can be found online. Here they are for party scenes
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Widely used marijuana
"reefer madness" as described by princeton review
chool Name Save Apply Request Info
1 Warren Wilson College
2 Bard College
3 University of Vermont
4 University of California-Santa Cruz
5 Lewis & Clark College
6 Pitzer College
7 Hampshire College
8 New College of Florida
9 The University of Texas at Austin
10 Sarah Lawrence College
11 West Virginia University
12 Wesleyan University
13 Guilford College
14 Skidmore College
15 University of Colorado, Boulder
16 Ithaca College
17 University of California-Santa Barbara
18 Eckerd College
19 Vassar College
20 Oberlin College
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Parties Lots of Hard Liquor
How widely used is hard liquor?

1 Washington and Lee University
2 Louisiana State University
3 University of Mississippi
4 Providence College
5 University of Iowa
6 Indiana University at Bloomington
7 West Virginia University
8 The University of Texas at Austin
9 University of Florida
10 DePauw University
11 University of California-Santa Barbara
12 University of Georgia
13 Trinity College (CT)
14 Wake Forest University
15 Ohio University-Athens
16 Loyola College in Maryland
17 Penn State--University Park
18 State University of New York at Albany
19 Centre College
20 Hampden-Sydney College


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Parties Lots of Beer
How widely used is beer?
School Name Save Apply Request Info
1 University of Wisconsin-Madison
2 DePauw University
3 Penn State--University Park
4 University of New Hampshire
5 The University of Texas at Austin
6 West Virginia University
7 Washington and Lee University
8 Randolph-Macon College
9 University of Florida
10 University of Mississippi
11 Sewanee- University of the South
12 Ohio University-Athens
13 Colgate University
14 University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
15 Hamilton College
16 James Madison University
17 Union College (NY)
18 University of Iowa
19 Trinity College (CT)
20 Claremont McKenna College
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Parties Major Frat and Sorority Scene
How popular are fraternities/sororities?
School Name Save Apply Request Info
1 DePauw University
2 Washington and Lee University
3 Birmingham-Southern College
4 Wofford College
5 Bucknell University
6 Dartmouth College
7 University of Tennessee--Knoxville
8 Wabash College
9 University of Mississippi
10 Texas Christian University
11 Transylvania University
12 Randolph-Macon College
13 University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
14 Vanderbilt University
15 University of Georgia
16 Wake Forest University
17 Penn State--University Park
18 Gettysburg College
19 Miami University
20 Millsaps College


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PR has rankings for a lot of things. Things that

UMD ranked high in

Rank List Category
#2 Their Students (Almost) Never Study Academics
#16 Diverse Student Population Demographics
#6 Best College Newspaper Extracurriculars
#1 Students Pack the Stadiums Extracurriculars
#14 Party Schools Parties


^^^number one in students pack the stadium and number 2 in students never study. F... yes.
So, i never study but i read the newspaper, party with diverse people, and go to every sporting event under the sun. That sounds right.



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Couple others for some people here
GMU
Rank List Category
#5 Students Dissatisfied with Financial Aid Academics
#8 Their Students (Almost) Never Study Academics
#4 Diverse Student Population Demographics
#17 Least Happy Students Quality of Life

17th in least happy students? Sorry Daseal

UVA

#15 Best Career/Job Placement Services Academics
#16 Best College Library Academics
#15 Jock Schools School Type

JMU
Rank List Category
#6 Students Dissatisfied with Financial Aid Academics
#16 Lots of Beer Parties
#5 Best Campus Food Quality of Life
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Old 08-21-2007, 07:45 PM   #20
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I would have to say favorite schools to party at when I was younger were #1 SDSU (Mission Beach was a blast. Not to mention Mexico) #2 Cal Poly SLO (I had lots of friends there from HS) #3 UCSB (great for a drunk weekend with lots of hot girls). #4 UCSC (my cousin was there big parties and great concerts.) #5 HSU (the chronic and camping). Also I would have to say UC Berkley deserves an honorable mention as well as ASU.
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I'm proud to see my Gators on the list at #4. Although anyone who has been to Gainesville, especially during a home football game, knows it rivals any town in the country. Go Gators dammit!!
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#15 Best Career/Job Placement Services Academics
#16 Best College Library Academics
#15 Jock Schools School Type
I would definately have to agree with the last two, because I wouldnt know too much about job placement. Our librarys are pretty good, and we have tons of them. And yes, we are a jock school.

You are also right about JMU, women are hot and easy. Good stuff, just wear a rubber.
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I mean really, VCU will never touch that list but walk through the fan in richmond and you can pop into house parties everywhere.

I can definitely agree that this 100% true. The fan is nothing but college students and bars. Theres so many parties on any given night in the fan. Im old and my going to a party days are behind me but I party plenty right here at home. I've still been known to have my share of miller lite. Ask Luxorreb

p.s. he's also a bartender in the fan.
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Old 08-23-2007, 12:18 PM   #24
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I would definately have to agree with the last two, because I wouldnt know too much about job placement. Our librarys are pretty good, and we have tons of them. And yes, we are a jock school.

You are also right about JMU, women are hot and easy. Good stuff, just wear a rubber.
Always here that exact same thing about JMU. I'll probably take a tour of VA schools during the year this year. I need to broaden my horizons. I can't really even say how good UMD is in partying because i never have gone to another college to party.

Part of the reason i haven't gone to other schools is UMD lets in and lets out school a bit later than most. That means during finals, especially in the spring, everyone else is coming back from other colleges. So all the old high school friends call up and its always the same thing,"Yooooo i haven't seen you in a long time, i should come up this weekend and party with you over there". That just means that they are bored at home. So i have to find breaks in my final exam schedule to take these people out. So basically, i don't go to other people's schools to party, they come here.

Also i think those rankings are pretty accurate. All the things listed for UMD sound about right

#2 Their Students (Almost) Never Study Academics
#16 Diverse Student Population Demographics
#6 Best College Newspaper Extracurriculars
#1 Students Pack the Stadiums Extracurriculars
#14 Party Schools Parties

Its true i never reallly did study much last year. I mean, i would study the 6-8 hours for an exam or something for my core classes and maybe 10-12 for my real classes but that isn't a big deal. I went to a pretty competitive high school and honestly i studied 2-3 times more in high school.

Our newspaper has always been good. We have a pretty good journalism school here and the newspaper is considered on of the better ones in the country.

The school, like most schools in the DC metro area, has a diverse population of students. I love that. Not just diverse in orgin but in all parts of culture, likes and dislikes, financial situations, and race. Its great

Like i said though, i haven't been anywhere else to party. Therefore, i assume everything i see at maryland is the same at most colleges. And for the most part its probably true. I mean, none of the parties i've gone to are THAT crazy. Nothing not to be expected. I mean the craziest stuff has been the few occassions where strippers were called to the parties. That is fun. 2 of the 3 parties had strippers that weren't worth watching much. I mean, they weren't the ugliest people in the world but they weren't anything to go crazy over. One at another event was pretty hot and my roommate and my friends and i were drunk so we participated in the festivities, but that is for the college stories thread. I think part of it is that there is always a party to go to. Honestly i don't think i was in lack of a party 90% of weekend nights. And that 10% i just spent at an apartment or something with 10-15 people so i guess that is still a small party. I started disliking the big parties with 400 people. That is stupid. Also i hate turning every corner and seeing someone i know. That isn't what college is about.

BUT MOST IMPORTANT> FAR MORE IMPORTANT THAT STUPID PARTIES---- NUMBER 1 IN STUDENT PACK THE STADIUMS. NUMBER f...in ONE!
Not number 14, or 10, or 5 but 1. The thing is Maryland fans go to every sporting event. I mean, our soccer games have more students at them then Duke does at their basketball games. We go to our womens bball games at the second highest rate in the country and there hasn't been a non sell out mens basketball game even when we play nobodies. We love our sports. MARYLAND FOOTBALL STARTS AGAIN IN 9 DAYS!!!!




So all you high schoolers, come to maryland
All you old people, drop work and come back to school.
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Old 09-04-2007, 05:34 PM   #25
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yea buddy #1 ho's
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Old 09-04-2007, 06:13 PM   #26
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I think that list has some validity. I went to Penn State this summer for something called ArtsFest, and about 50% of the student body comes back to thrown down and party.

There were crazy parties, and I can confidently say those parties were better than anything at UVA, Tech or JMU that I have been to.
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