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Universities Look to Cast Off Party Image

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Universities Look to Cast Off Party Image

Universities Look to Cast Off Party Image

Universities Look to Cast Off Party Image

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For most universities, a top ranking from The Princeton Review is good news — unless that score is for partying. From hitting the bars to hitting the books, we look at how some schools are trying to shed the image of the party school.

Guests:

Robert Franek, author of Princeton Review's The Best 357 Colleges

Henry Weschler, director of the College Alcohol Study at the Harvard School of Public Health

Margaret King, vice president for student affairs at the University of Alabama

Susan Crowley, director of prevention services at UW-Madison