(U-WIRE) Recently, the American Medical Association asked The Princeton Review to eliminate their “Party Schools” list from the Best College series, to the chagrin of many new alumni. Not only did this list provide an easy reference for worried parents (now why did Johnny choose that school?), but it also showed prospective students at which universities one could find both an education and a social life.But this sort of view is not one that educators joyfully endorse. They want to present parents with the image of a pristine center of education, where their child would study diligently for hours and make straight As with little effort thanks to the academic atmosphere.
A wake-up call is in order. To believe a student will go to a university and not attend at least one party with alcohol is na