The University of Idaho tops the University of Nevada Las Vegas, University of Southern California and Oklahoma State University—at least when it comes to partying—but the Moscow campus pales in comparison to its rival across the border, Washington State University.
Something called FiestaFrog.com, a party-minded social network, released its list of the nation's top party schools this week. FiestaFrog claims that to create the list, "campuses were visted, students were polled and countless partiers were spoken to."
The top 10? Arizona State, Florida State, University of Wisconsin in Madison, West Virginia University, University of Miami, Louisiana State, Penn State, University of Texas at Austin, Syracuse University and Cal State in Chico.
The University of Idaho came in at No. 79. Pullman's Washington State Unversity came in at No. 28. Neither Boise State nor Idaho State universities made the list.
"If your school is not on the list, that must mean your school doesn’t party hard enough," wrote FiestaFrog. "If this is the case, you are going to have to party more, party harder, and step your game up this year."