Let’s be honest for a moment: No one expects you to spend all your spare time at college in the library.
Whether you’re planning to study early Japanese literature or Python coding, you may still want to spend your weekends scaling rock walls, savoring the silence of snowy woods, or paddling down Class V rapids. If that’s the case, you want a college that can claim bragging rights for both educational value and access to a variety of outdoor excursions — a place where you can nurture your budding Albert Einstein and John Muir.
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