I wish you the best of luck in making your decision. Street have the same name from one city to the next, State St. It's always been my long-term aim to live 'out West' - I was envisioning Cali, but Cali isn't in my price range at this point in time, and may never be.Utah is a beautiful place and the U is a great school. In several areas, you don't know where you are b/c it's contiguous. Hence Utah sounds quite nice - except for my concerns about dating prospects..?I, however, have had a very difficult time fitting in here..not just with dating. I'm quite curious about what others have experienced. Well, my son is a non-practicing LDS (hasn't been to church in years) who is 30 years old and single. (Mothers do start worrying when their sons reach 30 and haven't found the right woman, you know. So as a father I am worried that she is not going to stay here.
Some forums can only be seen by registered members. The background with me is I'm considering a move to SLC for my Ph D as U of U has offered me great funding.
After you create your account, you'll be able to customize options and access all our 15,000 new posts/day with fewer ads. Finding a suitable (non-religious, educated professional) partner to marry and have children with fairly soon is quite important to me. I am not wealthy as I did Peace Corps directly out of college, then got an expensive masters degree in NYC.
I don't think you'll have a problem - Salt lake itself is pretty Liberal - Obama won here!
The city itself is only about 50% LDS (if that), with even fewer who actively practice.
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