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Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana is at least one of the biggest party schools IMHO. No, I didn't go there. I went to Purdue. We partied a lot at Purdue, but somehow academics has to ultimately shine forth because the curriculum is so extremely difficult. Ball State is not much more than a high school. I knew several kids that went there and I'd visit on weekends. Classwork was a definite afterthought. Sex, drugs, and rock n roll overcame any other goals. Acid, coke was so easy to obtain. Look at the quality of the curriculum. If a college is nothing more than a glorified high school, especially focusing on liberal arts, it may just rise to the top of a list of the biggest party schools.

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Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana is at least one of the biggest party schools IMHO. No, I didn't go there. I went to Purdue. We partied a lot at Purdue, but somehow academics has to ultimately shine forth because the curriculum is so extremely difficult. Ball State is not much more than a high school. I knew several kids that went there and I'd visit on weekends. Classwork was a definite afterthought. Sex, drugs, and rock n roll overcame any other goals. Acid, coke was so easy to obtain. Look at the quality of the curriculum. If a college is nothing more than a glorified high school, especially focusing on liberal arts, it may just rise to the top of a list of the biggest party schools.

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