University Towns in the Mid-Atlantic


Try to get to College Park, Maryland on a Tuesday, the big night at the University of Maryland. Of course I’ve already mentioned Northern Virginia Community College as a place with plenty o’ booty to work. The University of Virginia isn’t too bad either, but it may not be worth the trip to come all the way out to Charlottesville. The triangle of college towns in North Carolina—Raleigh, Durham and Charlotte are home to North Carolina State University, Duke University and the University of North Carolina, respectively. If you can’t make it during the academic year, head to Myrtle Beach, North Carolina in June. It’s good, when school lets out and everybody heads here to party one last time before heading home for the summer. Then there is the University of Georgia in Athens, where you like Nicholas Cage can “eat a [Georgia] peach for hours and hours”. On your way to New Orleans, check out the University of Alabama in Birmingham.