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The "Welcome Back!" Pool Party at the Palms on Scottsdale: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

Ah, yes, school is back in full swing with all its bikini, bro tank and beer bong glory. Quite often, it's the student-infested apartment and condo complexes that throw the best bashes. We checked out the party at the Palms on Scottsdale this weekend to see if the ASU students were preparing for the big game against NAU on Saturday. Turns out, they've got the whole pre-gaming thing under control.

As usual, the Good's above and the Bad and Ugly are after the jump. Don't miss our full shenanigan coverage -- beer pong and all -- in our Palms on Scottsdale Pool Party Slideshow.

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