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Videos: I'm Shmacked captures CU-Boulder on biggest party day of 2013 (so far)

I'm Shmacked is the umbrella term for a series of documentaries intended to capture the culture on college campuses across the country -- which translates to videos of partying students gleefully losing their shit. The latest I'm Shmacked stop? CU-Boulder on St. Patrick's Day, naturally. We've grabbed the newly released clip (scored to Kanye West's "Touch the Sky"), along with two videos from an I'm Shmacked crew's previous CU visit last April and, for comparison purposes, the most viewed offerings from universities across the country. Get repeatedly Shmacked below.

CU-Boulder, St. Patrick's Day 2013:

CU-Boulder 2012:

CU-Boulder 2012 -- Impromptu I'm Shmacked poem on the Pearl Street Mall:

Continue for the most popular I'm Shmacked videos from colleges across the country. West Virginia University:

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UCLA:

Continue for the most popular I'm Shmacked videos from colleges across the country. University of South Carolina:

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University of Santa Barbara:

Continue for the most popular I'm Shmacked videos from colleges across the country. Florida State University:

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