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Ole Miss Declines in Top 'Party School' Chart


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Fans of Ole Miss cherish Grove Saturdays and beer showers after baseball wins, but some schools are beating the university to the punch when it comes to partying.
The 2018 Princeton Review ranked Ole Miss No. 13 on a list of top party schools, which is a six spot drop from No. 7 in 2016. 
Tulane University took the No. 1 spot, with West Virginia University and Bucknell University right behind. SEC rivals Florida and Alabama took the No. 17 and 20 spots, respectively. 
“Ole Miss is the quintessential southern university, with beautiful classic buildings and a campus steeped in tradition,” The Best Colleges included in another finding, “50 Most Amazing College Campuses”. “Football Saturdays here are a religious experience, and tailgating before a game in the Grove is one of the coolest college football experiences one can have. The Grove is populated with oak, elm and magnolia trees, and tents are added on fall Saturdays.”
The Princeton Review ranks the top 20 party schools in the nation:
Source The Princeton Review


By Talbert Toole, lifestyles editor of HottyToddy.com. He can be reached at talbert.toole@hottytoddy.com.

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