The rankings: because they said so


The Princeton Review 2011 rankings are out. All the schools in the ‘Cac were named among best Northeastern colleges. Amherst, Bowdoin, Hamilton, and Trinity were named among the best value private colleges and Wesleyan and Williams were ranked top 10 best value private colleges.

Amherst
#11 Dorms Like Palaces
#11 Is It Food?
#16 Most Politically Active Students
#14 Most Accessible Professors
#14 School Runs Like Butter

I'll show you butter...

Bates
#9 Most Popular Study Abroad Program
#8 College Town Not So Great
#9 Most Politically Active Students

The Dirty Lew

Bowdoin
#2 Best Campus Food
#7 Dorms Like Palaces
#5 Happiest Students
#20 Least Religious Students
#2 Best Quality of Life

I'll send you a postcard.

Colby
#6 Most Popular Study Abroad Program
#9 Best Campus Food
#6 Professors Get High Marks
#12 Best Health Services

Connecticut College
#13 Least Religious Students
#14 Easiest Campus to Get Around

Meep meep! Gotta get to claaaaaaass

Hamilton
#16 Happiest Students
#10 Professors Get High Marks
#14 Least Religious Students
#17 Best Classroom Experience

Middlebury
#15 Most Popular Study Abroad Program
#12 Best College Library
#13 Professors Get High Marks
#12 School Runs Like Butter
#14 Students Study the Most
#15 Best Classroom Experience

You will never forget your study abroad, or your subsequent time in Syrian detainment

Trinity
#4 Little Race/Class Interaction
#3 Lots of Hard Liquor
#3 Town-Gown Relations are Strained

see above^

Tufts
#7 Most Popular Study Abroad Program
#20 Best College Newspaper
#19 Happiest Students

That's a happy hungover journalist stare for the record

Wesleyan
#18 Town-Gown Relations are Strained

Williams
#10 Most Accessible Professors
#7 Best Classroom Experience

Define "accessible"...

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