Yes I did, and like many others have said on here, it was a largely negative experience.
As a runner, I came in to college having not "partied" (which I take to mean, drink, stay out late, and possibly smoke weed, or even do other drugs). In college, I decided freshman year to experiment and then afterward, I spent a few years "partying" pretty hard (Thursday-Saturday nights).
Looking back (I am now in my 30s), all that "partying" was a huge waste of time. The first couple times it was novel, but after that I was just chasing the fun of the first time, but the novelty was gone and it was never really that fun. I also used drinking to build up courage to talk to girls, but the only girls that were enjoying talking to a drunk guy were pretty ugly (and if genders were reversed would be called predatory for taking advantage of a drunk).
I also never quite realized until later how much drinking, staying up late, affected my running. It never ruined a single run, and all of the "good" runners drank, so I never thought it was a big deal. Looking back though, it had a cumulative effect on everyone, including the "good" runners and we all would have been much faster.
If I could go back again, I would refrain from "partying" and instead would have spent that time on a part time job (maybe even bartending). That way I would at least have had some extra money instead of being a broke college student.