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February 04, 2013

"Weather To Go To College"

Based on what my high-school-teacher wife tells me and what I read, a fair number of kids today seem to pick their colleges . . . whimsically, shall we say?  This Economic Journal article from nearly three years ago, but which I just recently ran across, seems consistent with that claim

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TheBigHenry

I suppose whether the weather is pleasant or not during a visit is likely to affect a person's impression of a college campus, which could be a home away from home for several years ...

I did not have the opportunity to visit Cornell before I chose it as my undergraduate school. Had I visited during any of the winter months, I doubt that I would have made the same choice. The winter weather at Cornell is simply miserable.

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