Princeton Review Rankings 2011

Because they are the standards by which everyone should choose their college, here is how we ranked in the 2011 edition of the Princeton Review Best Colleges:

Wesleyan 2011 Princeton Review Rankings
Now, here are our rankings from last year:

2010 Princeton Review WesleyanWe essentially did worse in every category we were ranked in last year.  The only improvement comes in “Best College Theater,” where we squeezed in this year after not being ranked at all among the top 20 last year.

To be honest, the Princeton Review is insulting us.  They’re calling us mainstream.  Look at the categories where we’re no longer ranked:

Pretty soon, the Tea Party fanatics are going to be sending their kids here instead of dissing us at their conventions, the renovated Squash Courts building will be renamed for Sarah Palin, and the free New York Times copies will be replaced with free Fox News Channel subscriptions.  Hellooo Glen Beck!

Okay, maybe the Princeton Review doesn’t matter, but let’s Keep Wes Weird anyway folks.

62 thoughts on “Princeton Review Rankings 2011

  1. Anonymous

    nice article, we need to start a pot smoking, acid dropping, liberal gaytheist hippie movement/club and get back on top.

  2. Anonymous

    nice article, we need to start a pot smoking, acid dropping, liberal gaytheist hippie movement/club and get back on top.

  3. Anonymous

    Educated prospective students that can figure out so much on their own should forgo an undergraduate education.

  4. Anonymous

    Educated prospective students that can figure out so much on their own should forgo an undergraduate education.

  5. Anonymous

    Actually, our rankings in the substantial categories (academics, financial aid, student life, selectivity etc.) have all risen to incredibly high levels. The lists are just arbitrary. Any educated prospective student should be able to figure that out.

  6. Anonymous

    Actually, our rankings in the substantial categories (academics, financial aid, student life, selectivity etc.) have all risen to incredibly high levels. The lists are just arbitrary. Any educated prospective student should be able to figure that out.

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