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greg dahlen

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Shouldn't the best universities be in the best cities?

Can we agree that the best universities in America are Harvard and Stanford. Can we also agree that the top cities are Los Angeles and New York? Wouldn't one expect that the best universities would be in the best cities? Wonder why they're not.

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  • Jul 6 2013: I think you might be confusing best cities with biggest cities. Surely there are better cities in the US than los angeles.
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      Jul 6 2013: well, I live here, and I love it, think of what Los Angeles has, the movie industry, music industry, beach, ocean, and surfing culture, fashion influence, interesting desert ambience, original Disneyland, architecture influence. With New York, you can mention that literature is really centered there, and the modeling industry. I don't see other cities having anything that matches those two.

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