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Nobody enjoys the thought of all the reasons you would need to Dial 911, so why would someone think to turn it into a party theme? One would assume it was implemented just to give college kids another reason to drink – and what other reason would you need? Though morbid sounding, throwing a Dial 911 party can be quite the experience

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You go to college to learn, right? Okay, maybe learn and party; but what if you can mix those two concepts together. You’d be able to justify partying every single weekend. Granted, it would be the most fundamentals that you’d be learning (or teaching, rather), but it would still infuse a little education with your next college party. If this sounds like something you’d like to partake in, than the next party you throw needs to be a Letters Party.

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Pass the Doody is a fun quick card drinking game for any kickback party. The game is simple to learn and easy to play. Grab a deck of cards and have all your friends gather around.

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Guys, there is no greater fantasy than having a woman that is simply your prisoner. You control her, get to tell her what to do; she is yours to punish for her crimes, and what dubious crimes they were! While this college party theme won’t quite give you that power, you at least have the satisfaction of seeing some sexy vixens dressed in scant prison garb - it’s almost the same thing, right? With the lawyer bros and prison hoes party theme, it’s a night filled with determining who is guilty and imagining what punishment you would bestow on them.

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Choosing the right sorority can be very hard. Every girl is trying to convince you to join their sorority over all the others. It's like you are the most popular girl at the party. These girls from Baylor University have put a whole new spin to their rush process with an awesome rush song and music video.

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The ultimate week of man flirting. Whether you're a library nerd or a hardcore partier, every college student should experience a week of rush just for the hell of it. If you don't know what rush is, then you've missed out. Usually occurring the first week of school in both the fall and spring, rush is a "formal recruitment."

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Have a little artistic bug inside you that is just itching to get out? Don’t have the inspiration to sit down in front of an empty board and conceptualize your ideas? Well, I guess you could always just throw paint at everyone you know and make them your own personal paintings. With the paint theme party, that’s exactly what you’ll wind up doing – and they’ll actually let you do it! Be wary, though, as the artist is likely to become a part of the art before the night is through.

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Everyone knows that college students drink and many of them smoke. Its practically ingrained in the college party culture. Whether it be drinking at a party after a hard week or taking a hit with some friends after class, its bound to happen. The real question is, whats better and which do college students prefer?

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Throughout the bulk of some people’s lives, they’ve been doing all they can to avoid being stuck in complete blackness. Known as Achluophobia, the fear of darkness is not an uncommon one, so don’t be surprised if you find your guest list to be slim pickens if you decide to have a pitch black party. If you throw in a few flashlights and change the name to Flashlight party, though, and you may find your guest list growing ever so suddenly.

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Greek mythology is encumbered by Gods, Goddesses, murder, betrayal, sex, and monsters. Sounds kind of similar to college life, no? Why not bring to life this apparent historic precursor to college by throwing together a Greek Mythology Party. It’s about time you finally put all that knowledge you’ve learned in your Greek History course during your first semester to use.

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