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Small schools, not public universities, have most religious students

by Brad A. Greenberg

August 5, 2008 | 1:29 pm

Notre Dame's Touchdown Jesus

Brigham Young University (Mormon), the University of Notre Dame (Catholic) and Wheaton College (evangelical Christian) top The Princeton Review’s list of schools with the most religious student bodies. Not coincidentally, BYU and Wheaton also rule the “Stone-Cold Sober” list.

Big public universities, though not bastions of hedonism, were left off the religious list and instead dominated the party hot spots.

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