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The 10 Worst College Towns in America

Society & Culture  (tags: Worst College Towns, America, Urban Centers, Students, Education )

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These college campuses are so bad that they might even convince you to apply to an online college or visit universities in larger, urban centers. Here are the 10 worst college towns in America, unless you're content to hang out at Starbucks every weekend

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Marian D (57)
Thursday February 3, 2011, 4:30 pm
Noted. Thanks.

Robert O (12)
Friday February 4, 2011, 10:33 am
Well maybe that'll help keep the college kids on the straight and narrow since many succumb to the temptations of colege life. Maybe if those temptations are out of sight they will be out of mind. I'm not surprised at #2 since I live in Arizona and know how things are out here. Funny though, since kids at ASU can party really hard and recklessly. It is true when the article said:,"Tempe is a suburb with a stadium," has about 170,000 residents, 3/4 of whom are white."
Arizona LOVES things that way. It likes its politics conservative, its exhibition centers booked with gun shows and its residents WHITE. This can be a really horrible place to live. With the economic downturn it's next to impossible to leave. :( The other towns on the list don't seem too bad except for the ones with the high crime rates.

Christina N (7)
Friday February 4, 2011, 6:16 pm
I agree with Robert. I was expecting a little worse.

Cristen L (16)
Friday February 4, 2011, 8:37 pm
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