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Every year the Princeton Review releases its "Best 377 Colleges" list. It asks 122,000 students to rank the best party schools, along with bringing the world the downer of "most sober schools."
This year there was an upset in the rankings with West Virginia dethroning Ohio State as the number one party school in America. WVU hasn't held the party title since 2007.
For the 15th straight year Utah's Brigham Young University has topped the list of most sober schools. #Winning?
WVU Becky Lofstead told the Daily Mail that the school isn't pleased with its new moniker saying, "If you look at the schools on this list, they are mostly large, public universities with strong academic and research profiles, as well as highly successful athletic programs. But in the big picture, clearly this list has no real credibility. As always, we focus on celebrating and supporting WVU's long history of academic achievements. Our students, faculty, alumni, parents and friends have made it clear that is their focus as well."
Other winners from Princeton's list included,
Florida Southern College for most beautiful campus.
Northeastern University won best career services.
Bowdoin College in Maine boasts the best campus food.
Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri took the 'Best College Dorms' title.
Students at Rice University in Texas are the happiest.
Highest overall student satisfaction went to California's Claremont McKenna College.
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