Arizona State University is back in Playboy magazine's top-10 party-school list.Last year, ASU didn't make Playboy's cut -- which appears to be the first time ASU wasn't a top-10 party school in the history of Playboy's rankings.
www.motivatedphotos.comAfter a brief fall from grace, thanks -- in part -- to Arizona State University President Michael Crow's ruthless crusade against fun under the disguise of "The New American University," the Sun Devils are back in Playboy magazine's list of top 10 party schools in the count ... More >>
Arizona State University is fine for a weekend romp, but if students who want more female scenery and action ought to spend their college years at the University of Arizona, says Playboy magazine. The latest Playboy listing of top party schools puts UofA squarely in the Number Five, behind the ... More >>
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