A look back at the pure insanity of spring break, presented by Getty Images. Hundreds of college students enjoy their spring break at a hotel swimming pool in Acapulco on March 21, 2009. Claudio Vargas / AFP / Getty Images A group of women drive through the main drag on South Padre Island, Texas, on March 16, 2001, during spring break. Some 125,000 revelers, mostly college students on a break from classes, descended on the Texas beach that year for an alcohol-soaked week of sun, sand, and partying. Joe Raedle / Getty Images A student lies on the beach as crowds of beachgoers walk by at South Padre Island on March 16, 2001. Joe Raedle / Newsmakers / Getty Images A pair of students drink from beer bongs on the beach at South Padre Island on March 25, 2008. The South Texas island is one of the top spring break destinations and attracts students from all over the country. Rick Gershon / Getty Images View Entire List ›
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