July 20, 2011 07:00 ET

GQ Names Douchiest Colleges in America; Cornell Tops the 2011 List

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NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - Jul 20, 2011) - GQ revealed this morning its updated list of "The Douchiest Colleges in America" for 2011, adapted from the forthcoming book The Rogers & Littleton Guide to America's Douchiest Colleges. Authors H. L. Rogers and Peter Littleton, Ph. D., rank the schools that lead the nation in douchiness right this second.

Topping the list is Cornell, home of the "chip on the shoulder" douche. Other schools making the 2011 rankings include Penn State, home of the "All I've got is college football" douche; Yale, home of the "Skull and Bones" douche; and University of Florida, home of the "Tim Tebow is a god" douche.

For a complete list of the rankings, please see below. And to learn why these ten institutions made the cut, go to or pick up a copy of the August GQ.

1: Cornell
2: Penn State
3: Yale
4: Stanford
5: Pepperdine
6: Bennington College
7: Brigham Young
8: University of Delaware
9: M.I.T.
10: University of Florida

GQ released its first list in 2009, citing Brown University as the "Douchiest College" in America.

Authors Rogers and Littleton are available for interviews, and their book, The Rogers & Littleton Guide to America's Douchiest Colleges, comes out August 1.

GQ is the leading men's general-interest magazine, with a monthly readership of 6.6 million readers. It is available in print, online at, and as an app at and The magazine is published by Condé Nast, a division of Advance Publications. Condé Nast operates in twenty-five countries and is the world leader in exceptional content creation.

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