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It was the Hudson Valley that gave birth to — and nurtured — the first successful attempts in America to raise applied science and technology to a collegiate level. The first technical college in the United States, the military academy at West Pointwas created by Congress in The College began conducting classes on the upper floor, while a grammar school continued to be conducted on the lower floor.
However, Eliphalet Nott, arriving as president of the College in having been a trustee since was not daunted by the obstacles to growth and expansion created by lack of funds, a reluctant legislatureand a sometimes litigious Board of Trustees. Even as the booming city of Schenectady was alive with commercial activity,  Nott was envisioning a college that would to a large extent protect and shield its students from the lowlife and temptations that inevitably accompanied rapid economic growth on the frontier.
He also had no doubt that the size of the College would begin to steadily increase to meet the needs of a new national population. This tract was not promisingly described by Nott some years later as "pasture grounds, scarred by deep ravines, rendered at once unsightly and difficult of access by an alternation of swamp and sand hill …".
There was apparently even a sulphur spring on the hill,  although it did not pose any threat to Saratoga Springs.
Then a meeting occurred that changed not only the Union College campus, but many other American college designs for the next several decades. One of his projects had been the design of the estate of David Parish's father in Hamburgand Parish remembered this when he sought an architect to help him develop settlements on vast tracts of land in northern New York he had purchased on speculation. On the terrace already prepared, the buildings were to be arranged to form a large, open courtyard, facing the West and the Mohawk River valley.
That's bullshit, you can't, they don't exist fine, maybe they do, but you don't see them, ever. Miami students are rich, conservative, well-dressed, and love to rage. If you have an affinity for golf, Brooks Brothers, Bean boots, fleeces, throwback jerseys, alcohol, and hot girls, you will love it here. If you honestly care about more important things than that, you probably shouldn't come here.
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Sure, Farmer is a really good business school, and kids work really hard. But the difference is, the success of most kids' lives are not depending on how well they do in college. If you blow off studying to rage your face off it's not a big deal. I have more friends whose parents own companies than don't.
This obviously leads to perpetually irresponsible binges. In high school many kids got great test scores, mediocre GPA's, played varsity sports, and partied really hard. Miami is truly an extension of that. The town of Oxford is designed around partying. Bordering campus are deep grids of tree-lined streets, exclusively housing Miami students.
Each has six of seven annex houses. The best sorority is determined by hotness, the best fraternity is determined by who the hottest sorority parties with. Annex houses are everything. The better the house, the better the parties, the more girls, the better reputation. If you lose a good house and pick up a bad one ex. Parties start between On Fridays and Saturdays the bars are packed by noon for beat the clock and broken clock. During the fall and spring there are outdoor day parties.
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If you were to walk down a mile long street you would see at least 15, spilling out into the street or in the backyard. There are usually people at day parties. Six until ten on Saturday is usually nap time. To really understand how hard Miami goes though, you have to come to syllabus week. Once you wait in line at bagel and deli for over an hour at 2: There are thousands of students out, stumbling around. It's as packed as a music festival. It can be quite a shock to a Freshman's system.
The entire campus walks up at 2 AM on the Thursday before Spring Break to go to frat houses and drink green beer and eat scrambled eggs. Fuck classes, green beer is more important.
And not only is Miami the best because of Green Beer Day but also because most of our bars are 18 and up. As well as well have you seen the people who go to Miami? Have you ever seen so many hot guys and girls in the middle of nowhere?
No matter who you end up with in your bed you won't wake up in the morning with any regrets. And last but certainly not least — Home of the Frat.
Crew U is a 'a work hard, play hard school,' where the fraternity and bar scenes are both awesome, as well as a ton of house parties.Iota Phi Theta: Alpha Psi Meet the Greeks 2015
Students here put their grades first, but still know how to let their hair down. Unless you wanna go try your hand with questionable randos at the Downtown Club Scene. Toronto is about an hour and a half away. And we have a proper winter around here, which tends to keep most of the 'cretons' indoors, while us wiley types get the run of the town.
But hey, what is this a sociology paper? Solid music and srt scene around as well. The biggest scene is with the non-sanctioned off-campus fraternities, who easily rage the hardest. Basically some weekends are awesome and others consist of drinking in the dorms, which can be fun too. Texas Christian University — Ft. Football Saturdays, Greek Scene Testimonial 1: The local bars are dirty and also filled with frat stars. It's a preppy Texas school, so if you're a lazy bastard, poor, and for some reason hate football, TCU would be a shitty place to go.
Our girls are some of the hottest in Texas, so you definitely have to be a frat star gentleman to get laid.
Spring Fling Testimonial 1: Plymouth State is also known as Party State to some. We go harder then anyone else in New Hampshire, and anyone in New England. However, there's a healthy mix of Bros and stoner chicks looking to drink, party, and hook-up. NYU is far from the typical college party school, but that doesn't mean it's not social. The Greatest City in the World is your playground. Lehigh frats harder than most. Could I tell you who won the game or what the records were coming into the game?
We headed down after catching word that it was one of the best tailgates around. Students and alumni from both schools packed March Field with a few objectives: Football Weekends Testimonial 1: Everyone is pretty chill. Warm-weather day drinking, St. Patrick's Day Testimonial 1: Every Saturday — at least when the weathers nice — you can expect to wake up to bass of a nearby day drink. Delaware is in a college town, and everything the University has to offer is in walking distance, this allows us to get as hammered as we like without worrying about transportation.
Most upper classmen live in off-campus houses, so they can literally throw massive parties with no rules exception to UDPD. Parties are thrown every night, but the good ones are usually Thurs-Sun.
Every night a different main street bar has an event: The school is fucking awesome. Only thing that sucks is the 1 am closing time. Watch the Pregaming with Pat videos for how hard we go during football season. My favorite spot is the corner of South University and Church, where you can simultaneously view four of the best, and cheapest, bars on campus: You might even see a dude dressed as a werewolf playing the violin who looks more like Gerard Butler after a shark bowl and a couple drunk texts.
Two of these four bars have basement levels that promise SoCo lime shots on special and stairs you will only ever remember going down. Welcome to a college town where girls can wear heels all night, without having to take a campus bus from their sorority house to the bar, and back to your house. Bar scene not your thing? Worry not, ugly girls and guys, who wear all-white New Balance sneakers and cargo pants—besides being known for producing leaders, Michigan students are known for their open parties, darties, pregames and late nights.
Won't see any geeds walking around with a backpacks full of red solo cups and five dollar bills here. You might have to drink out of a some tupperware or a construction hat but we will get you drunk, and probably laid, all on top of making it to the Final Four. We're also home to a smaller version of IU's Little There is nothing to do in Pullman besides drink, which is why the Cougs are one of the best schools to rage your face off in the Northwest.
Easily the fratiest public school in this part of the country. Each frat brings a different element of party atmosphere to MSU and always lets you mix up your nights.
For all you guys, the frats are usually filled with good-looking sorority girls and for all you girls, free drinks all night. The bars you'll go to are Rick's, where everyone eventually ends up, Harper's, with great drink specials and a large variety of beers, and Dublin Square to pregame.
Everyone goes extra hard from sunrise to sunrise. Being a green and white school, St. Patty's Day is just another reason for MSU students to represent their colors proud, while also living up the best party day of the year. Rain or shine, Spartans always make sure St. Nothing is better than seeing great looking MSU girls dressing up in their costumes.
The nights are alive with people all over East Lansing embracing the atmosphere. The summer is over and school is starting back up. What better way to celebrate seeing all your old and new friends then having parties all week leading up to the first day of school. It gives the freshman a taste of what is to come of their years as a Spartan and also lets the upperclassmen appreciate the good times without the stress of school.
In addition, this kicks off the start of football tailgate season, which is one of the biggest highlights of every fall semester. There is an entire block street solely dedicated to all the bars you'll black out in, and the restaurants where you'll be eating your late night munchies. But beyond that are the infamous Rutgers house parties. With themed parties for most of the week like 'Turbo Tuesday' and 'Thirsty Thursday', it's hard to find a day when this state school is NOT partying.
And no matter how you look at it, the multitudes of hot Jersey girls is a serious plus, even if they might tend to be a bit trashy. It's nothing that you'll care about after your fifth keg stand as you head to the Grease Trucks for a Fat Bitch.
It's the name of a sandwich, I swear. Football Saturday Tailgates Testimonial 1: We relish the opportunity to frequent frat parties, imbibe insanely cheap drink specials on Fifth Street, play Sunday Funday games in a back yard, and participate in the Holy Grail— tailgating for a home football game in a sea of purple haze.
Spring Party Weekend Testimonial 1: Easily the preppiest college in New York. Sperrys and salmon colored shorts everywhere. Avicii was here last year for Spring Party Weekend. Spring Weekend Testimonial 1: There's a huge variety. There's always something at the barely-off-campus Carriage apartments, frat parties in Husky Village, and totally off campus parties that provide you with sober rides. They will talk about partying throughout classes and wait the entire week just for the weekends to party hard.