It’s that time of year again and the Princeton Review’s college rankings are in. The University of Georgia is officially the best party school in the country, unseating Penn State. At the other end of the spectrum the Mormon Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, was named the most sober school in the country for the 12th year in a row (take that, military academies). MIT, meanwhile, was ranked as the top academic institution, edging out the Ivy League’s usual suspects and Stanford. MIT students were also deemed to study the most, unlike those at the University of North Dakota, who sit atop the Princeton Review’s list of slacker schools.