My alma mater is number one! Whoo hoo!
I think they’re in alphabetical order, actually.
Nah, that’s just a coincidence.
Two from Minnesota. And yet my district keeps electing Michele Bachmann.
To be fair, Carleton and Macalester are not in my district, but you’d hope that some of that intellectualness would flow north.
Intellectuality? Intellectualism? Intellectualosity? Can someone who went to one of these schools help me out here?
Obviously something wrong with the list if it doesn’t have Liberty University.
Wow! I’m stoked–I flunked out of one of them when I was 16!
Of course, because the list is on HuffPo, is it REALLY “intellectualism” they’re talking about?
Or maybe they’re using that for “artsy-farsty-liberal-relativistic woo factories”?
With HuffPo, how can you be sure?
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