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Well NS I come to you for guidance yet again. Soon I have to decide where I'm going to be for the next four years and I'm pretty torn as to where to go. As a little background I am currently undecided as my major, but lean towards math and science, I'm a musician, and of course a skier. The options have been narrowed down to these 3 schools: Middlebury College, University of Michigan, and UNC Chapel hill. They're all good option but have distinct pros and cons. Middlebury has the best skiing by far and is probably the most prestigeous but is also the smallest and most tame, also having less academic options in general. UofM is the biggest, and has an awesome sports culture and runs in my family, and probably has the most academic options, but is probably the least academically prestigeous and the skiing isn't great. Finally UNV which is probably middle in terms of academics, still has the sports culture, but no skiing. This thread may or may not be the result of me being bored in a long car ride and excited over the poll feature...but GO!
I may or may not be biased but I would pick U of M, although its skiing in Michigan, it's still skiing. And if I'm not mistaken it's pretty close to mount Brighton who was just bought out by Vail and got tons of money pumped into their park. But I also know nothing about Middlebury or UNC
Utah, Michigan or North Carolina? Wow you picked some winners. Lets break this down. If your only reason to go to Mid is for the skiing, I would go else where. You can ski during your breaks and such, you are there to go to school. So NC or UM. UM you still have skiing relatively close by, fun college environment and good academics. NC has hot southern girls that like to party. NC it is.