Penn State Ranked 8th Most Attractive Student Body

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University Primetime, which I will attempt to legitimize by pointing out its 162,000 Twitter followers, recently ranked Penn State as a school with one of the most attractive student bodies in the country.

The rankings, which came out last week, put Penn State as the school with the 8th-most attractive student body. We trail only the University of Wisconsin (No. 3) among Big Ten schools.

Also worth noting: University Primetime also pits both Penn State males and females as the 18th-most attractive in the country in two separate lists. I suppose there’s something to be said for parity.

On the ladies:

Which col­leges actu­ally reign supreme for hav­ing those col­lege girls that guys just seem to go crazy for?! Whether it’s at a party, at the gym, or in class, these col­leges sure have beau­ti­ful women sur­round­ing their cam­pus. If you’re a guy attending one of these uni­ver­si­ties, or in high school still con­sid­er­ing a col­lege, you’d be lucky to attend one of these universities.

And on the guys:

Let’s face it, soci­ety is extremely bias (sic). Every­one always talks about the hottest women. When was the last time peo­ple talked about the hottest males?! Women look at naked males online and in mag­a­zines as well you know (maybe, maybe not). Either way, here is an amaz­ing list rank­ing the top 50 col­leges with the hottest males on cam­pus!

The rankings, which are released at the beginning of every fall semester, do not provide a methodology or much of an explanation for their wisdom. But hey, sometimes it’s nice to just believe, right?

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Kevin Horne was the editor of Onward State from 2012-2014, and currently holds the position of Managing Editor Emeritus. He graduated from Penn State with degrees journalism and political science in 2014 and is currently seeking his J.D. at the Penn State Dickinson School of Law. A third generation Penn Stater from Williamsport, Pa., Kevin is a director of the Nittany Valley Society 501(c)(3) and is involved in student government.

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