State University of New York at Albany is the nation’s top party school, according to Princeton Review. Albany came in first in the “students (almost) never study” category, and ranked seventh in liquor and marijuana consumption, ninth in beer drinking.
Brigham Young was ranked the top “stone-cold sober” school, the survey found. Massachusetts Institute of Technology was the toughest to get into. The happiest students overall were at Pomona College in Claremont, California.
Students most likely to vote for President Bush are in the Republican’s home state at Texas A&M University; those most likely to vote for Democratic challenger John Kerry attend Warren Wilson College in Asheville, North Carolina.
University of Colorado at Boulder, last year’s number one party school, has slipped to ninth in the rankings.