Penn State garnered top party school honors this year in the annual Princeton Review’s ranking of top party schools. The top 20 schools are listed, and as I wistfully scanned the list and daydreamed about a time when all I had to worry about was whether the kegs would make it through the night or whether we’d have to scramble for more cases of Natty Light, I came to a startling conclusion: It’s almost as if major college football and partying go together.
So in honor of college football’s apparent impact on the most important ranking this side of the Harris Interactive Poll, let’s run through the 20 party scenes — including one college you’ve never heard of, ClayNation style.
1. Penn State