The 10 Best Public Universities in New England

Alana Armstrong
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New England has one of the best selections of universities and colleges in the world, and the public universities in particular are a stellar bunch. We chose our list of the 10 best public universities in New England based on the unique features of the campuses, the strength of their programs and their commitment to […]

The Top 5 Schools in the ACC

Jamie Stewart
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The Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) is all about athletic prowess, but only a handful of students that attend these colleges and universities participate in Division I athletics. Most have no aspirations to pursue athletics as a career, so what is it that attracts students to these schools for their college educations? America Unravelled has investigated […]

The Best 5 Holiday Shopping Towns in the US

Liz Naughton
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Time to Get Your Holiday Shopping Done! No reason to panic, but time is running out. Christmas is coming and have you started your Christmas shopping? Feel like you need a change of venue for some inspiration? Bored with your local choices and feeling uninspired? I may be able to help you out with that. […]

The Top Ten Small Colleges in the US

Jamie Stewart
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Small liberal arts colleges abound in the United States. Many offer high-quality academics and experiential activities that greatly enhance the college experience while preserving an intimate setting for learning. Our evaluations took into consideration student population of under 3,000 attendees, percentage acceptance, the total cost per year, average student debt upon graduation, average student salary […]

Revealed: the 10 Best Cities to Raise a Family In the US

Michael Webster
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When choosing to live in a city to raise a family, many seemingly great options present themselves. Cities with lower crime rates and more artistic & cultural vibrancy are good places to start. Parents often avoid living in cities that exclusively attract young retired professionals, instead focusing on the quality of the public education. Families […]

Slalom: The Top Five Ski Areas in New England

Alana Armstrong
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OK, so all of us had those friends in school that would go away for winter vacation, or spring break, and come back with all kinds of cool swag from the Rockies. They would rave about the unreal powder—it’s so deep, dry, fluffy, and blah, blah, blah. Right? All that talk might make a person […]

Plymouth, Massachusetts: The Roots of Thanksgiving

Liz Naughton
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Many people in America credit the Pilgrims with inventing Thanksgiving, but did they? Apparently the idea of spending a day giving thanks to God stemmed from the days of the English Reformation. The newly formed Protestant church had only 27 holidays. The Catholic church had 95. The Catholic church holidays required church attendance, often meaning […]