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According to the Princeton Review, Auburn University has the most conservative student body in the nation, though hopefully that has no effect on the female student population’s willingness to hit up Walgreens in the morning for a Plan B-reakfast. This news makes me like to imagine that Auburn is home to the world’s tiniest drum circles. Just three hippies, sitting uncomfortably close together, sadly beating their drums as other students walk by and tell them to go “fellate a panda.” Maybe Auburn only won out for most conservative because they no longer have any trees left to hug? Too soon? Who knows? What’s important is that Auburn finally won something again.
The rest of the list shakes out like this:
Texas A&M, Grove City College, Hillsdale College, College of the Ozarks, University of Dallas, Thomas Aquinas College, The United States Military Academy (West Point), Hampden-Sydney College, and the United States Naval Academy (Annapolis).
Two SEC schools in the top ten most conservative, no surprise there. It’s also nice, and unsurprising, to see West Point and the U.S. Naval Academy on the list.
What stood out to me more than anything though, is that if you cross reference the most conservative schools list with the soberest schools list, you find a few shared names. College of the Ozarks, Thomas Aquinas, and both service academies appear on each list. To be fair though, the service academies deserve a mulligan. They’ve got actual shit to do.
Here’s hoping the College Republican chapter at Auburn throws a championship rager to kick off the school year.
[via Campus Reform]