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This blog is well-known for having named…

… the University of Georgia the worst university in America (scroll down). But the grotesquely violent University of Massachusetts Amherst – a sort of baccalaureate Beirut – certainly holds the number two position. Do they have gang-legacy admissions? UD wonders how they manage to score, every year, the biggest baddest bandits among the country’s undergraduate pool.

It’s not merely the drunken riots – a staple of many large state schools. It’s things like this – home invasion, assault, and robbery – that distinguish U Mass. How many universities boast groups of hardened criminals among their undergrads?

Margaret Soltan, December 11, 2011 10:26AM
Posted in: Online Makeover

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  1. Mr Punch Says:

    No doubt wishing to safeguard its top-20-in-the-world reputation (thanks, Times Higher Education … but WTF?) UMass, which (of course) is moving up to FBS football, will cleverly play its home games off-campus. Ninety-three miles off campus.

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