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Written by Chandler Birch
There is only one word for Upland weather: extreme. The summer months tend to usher in heat that, while bearable, demands that students dress lightly and position fans by their beds just so they can sleep without waking up stuck to their sheets. And the winter in Upland is a miserable thing—a season of chilly temperatures and biting winds and, on occasion, stupendously huge snow drifts (perhaps the most redeeming part of the season). Upland, being in Northern Indiana, conforms to a flatness that would make a Kansas native scream, "It's just like home!" Though there is a forest just next to Taylor, when the leaves fall, it provides no windbreak, leaving students at the mercy of the gusts.
Fall and spring are far more temperate and pleasant. They're not perfect, of course. Autumn, in particular, is prone to frequent and intense rainstorms that drench the campus for hours on end. Altogether, incoming students would be wise to bring a variety of supplies for the academic year: light, breathing clothes and a fan for spring and summer; raincoats, boots, and umbrellas for fall; and heavy jackets and scarves for winter.
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