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Duluth Named Top Coastal College Town

Updated: 08/19/2014 11:44 AM
Created: 08/19/2014 11:31 AM WDIO.com

It seems to be a good year for Duluth as they continue to reel in titles and awards. 

Coastal Living has recently named the city a 'Top Coastal College Town.' Earlier this summer, Duluth was named Outside Magazine's 'Best Outside Town.' 

The article posted on Coastal Living's website called Duluth the "San Fransisco of the Midwest," offering year-round activities to students.

The article focused on UMD, but of course, Duluth is home to the College of St. Scholastica and Lake Superior College, too.

Five other colleges and towns made the 'Top Coastal College Town' list, including the University of California Berkley.

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