We the Locals Know that Logan Utah is a pretty great place to live. But it looks like people at Cornell University think so as well. Check out this article:
By definition, college towns are fun. Get a bunch of teens and twenty-somethings together in an environment free of parents, and you have a recipe for a good time.However, not all college towns are created equal. There are the obviously awesome ones, like Cambridge, Massachusetts home to Harvard and MIT and Manhattan, home to NYU, Columbia, Cooper Union, and several others, but the town doesn’t need to be in the middle of a major metropolis in order to offer students an unforgettable four years at school.
1. Logan, Utah — Home to Utah State University According to the university’s website, more than a third of the population in Logan is between the ages of 18 and 24, which means the town revolves around students. Many local stores and restaurants show their appreciation by offering student discounts and specials. The town has a bus system that runs almost entirely on natural gas and offers service to campus, grocery stores, hospitals, the downtown area and other locations. Logan is home to an ice center that was developed as a training facility for the 2002 Salt Lake City Winter Olympics, as well as a zoo, aquatic center, bowling alleys, rock climbing facility, movie theaters, recreation centers, spas, golf courses, a batting cage, a mall, and a nature center.
Logan is not just a great place to go to school, it’s a great place to live forever. Now if only we could do something about the long winters….