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Where will U go to School?

by Utah Author March 13 2008 0 Comments

Check any ski or snowboard online forum and you're bound to find a plethora of threads posted by teens looking for advice on where to go to college. Mixing the pleasure of ripping untracked powder in the morning with classes in the afternoon is a continued search. Heck, even making it to class can be an issue for most college students who love to ski or ride.

I found a website the other day that spells it out pretty clearly. It's the Snow and School Report which was cleverly built by the University of Utah (commonly referred to as the "U").

In fact, doing the math on this one doesn't require a High School degree.

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snowschoolreport_utah (snowschoolreport_utah)

With another storm rolling in right now and a near guaranteed powder day tomorrow I'm sure there are piles of students at the U who will be taking advantage of that 45 min drive and the 500" inches. Will you be one of them next year?

- via Shawn at Ski-SaltLake.com

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