Monday, August 21, 2006

More bad news for UW

Just when you thought things couldn't get worse for the beleaguered University of Wisconsin-Madison, under daily attack from Congressman Mark Green and his right-wing team of leggies, there's this:

UW-Madison Dethroned As Nation's Top Party School
University Of Texas-Austin Tops 2006 List

MADISON, Wis. -- The University of Wisconsin-Madison is no longer the country's best party school -- at least according to the Princeton Review survey.

The University of Texas-Austin has earned the title. The Longhorns beat Penn State University, West Virginia University and last year's winner, the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

The Princeton Review surveys of 115,000 students at campuses around the country.

It topped the overall list -- its first time atop the Princeton Review chart -- by ranking second in the use of hard liquor, third in beer drinking and 13th in marijuana smoking.

For the ninth-straight year, Brigham Young University was voted the most "stone-cold sober" school.

Previous Story:
April 4, 2006: Playboy Ranks UW-Madison As No. 1 Party School
Those legislators are really going to be on the warpath now. I assume we will demand a recount.

3 Comments:

At 8:16 AM, Blogger Paul_Robeson said...

I hear that the Attorney General and the U.S. Attorney are investigating Marotta's role in this.

 
At 9:04 AM, Blogger Theodore Donald Kerabatsos said...

For sure this drop in ranking for UW-Madison is Marotta's fault. He's a Marquette graduate and most Marquette grads hate Wisconsin (many of them because they couldn't get in).

 
At 9:33 AM, Blogger Paul_Robeson said...

Thank you, Theodore.

It's time to investigate Marotta's contacts over the past year. If he phoned/spoke with/referred to anyone from Texas, I think it's proof that something fishy must have happened. There really can be no other plausible explanation.

And, while we're at it, let's look at the contributors to the Doyle campaign. Any Texans in there? That would absolutely clinch it for me.

 

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