Doonesbury by Garry Trudeau for November 02, 1997
Walden president: Seen the Princeton Review, Thornberg? Thornberg: Yes, sir. We're the number 7 party school in the nation. Walden president: Up three ticks. How do you suppose that happened? Thornberg: Well, sir, maybe it was abolishing the 8-drink limit at college functions. Walden president: Well, it doesn't seem to be hurting us at the admissions office. After the rigors of high school, kids today are looking for a place where they can unwind for a few years! Thornberg: Yes, sir. Walden president: Of course, I don't imagine the alumni are too thrilled. Thornberg: No, sir, nor the faculty...they're starting to complain about the spillover. Walden president: Spillover? Professor: Okay, just curious - how many of you are drunk this morning?