2009 Princeton Review Rankings

Princeton Review has released their dubious student-survey-based annual rankings of colleges according to random subjective qualities.

For those following very closely, Wesleyan is on the same lists as last year, though our school has dropped at least one rank in all five categories, and Wes students are apparently no longer among the “most liberal” – the title of that list used to be “Students Most Nostalgic for Bill Clinton”, but it seems that name has been scrapped in this Obama year.
[via ThePrereq, Jon Golbe ’06]

27 thoughts on “2009 Princeton Review Rankings

  1. Anonymous

    well its either gonna be an arbitrary number, or it could have been exactly 400 colleges and they could have included certain colleges arbitrarily to round the number of colleges up or down to get the round number. i guess these are the colleges they thought fit their criteria of being elite colleges that they could also get enough information about, etc etc. though it really puts the stats in perspective– whatever the number one party school is is at best the number one party school of these 368 elite nerd schools. the real party schools probably cant even make the list. or who the fuck knows. lists are stupid.

  2. Anonymous

    well its either gonna be an arbitrary number, or it could have been exactly 400 colleges and they could have included certain colleges arbitrarily to round the number of colleges up or down to get the round number. i guess these are the colleges they thought fit their criteria of being elite colleges that they could also get enough information about, etc etc. though it really puts the stats in perspective– whatever the number one party school is is at best the number one party school of these 368 elite nerd schools. the real party schools probably cant even make the list. or who the fuck knows. lists are stupid.

  3. Anonymous

    well its either gonna be an arbitrary number, or it could have been exactly 400 colleges and they could have included certain colleges arbitrarily to round the number of colleges up or down to get the round number. i guess these are the colleges they thought fit their criteria of being elite colleges that they could also get enough information about, etc etc. though it really puts the stats in perspective– whatever the number one party school is is at best the number one party school of these 368 elite nerd schools. the real party schools probably cant even make the list. or who the fuck knows. lists are stupid.

  4. Anonymous

    the birkenstocks label is a pretty retarded stand-in for liberal politics/friendliness to gays/etc, since most people i know who have progressive political ideas aren’t deadhead-style hippies at all.

  5. Anonymous

    the birkenstocks label is a pretty retarded stand-in for liberal politics/friendliness to gays/etc, since most people i know who have progressive political ideas aren’t deadhead-style hippies at all.

  6. Anonymous

    the birkenstocks label is a pretty retarded stand-in for liberal politics/friendliness to gays/etc, since most people i know who have progressive political ideas aren’t deadhead-style hippies at all.

  7. Anonymous

    Cue chorus of Wesleyan students angrily reiterating how bogus they think college ratings are anyway.

  8. Anonymous

    Cue chorus of Wesleyan students angrily reiterating how bogus they think college ratings are anyway.

  9. Anonymous

    Cue chorus of Wesleyan students angrily reiterating how bogus they think college ratings are anyway.

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