Paul Smith's College, Paul Smiths, N.Y.
There's a simple explanation for the extraordinary look and feel of this career-oriented institution high in the Adirondacks of upstate New York. It began life not as a college but as Paul Smith's Hotel, a favorite of Teddy Roosevelt's. The main campus is 14,200 acres for just 850 students, with bachelor's programs ranging from biology and business to forestry and ecotourism. The school's director of intramurals calls himself "the Dean of Fun" and organizes hikes in boots, skis and snowshoes. There's also a marathon canoe team and a coed woodsmen's team that throws axes and rolls logs. The school owns and runs the nearby Hotel Saranac. ~Newsweek, 8/22/05
This was stolen from an email, I recieved this morning!
...a coed woodsmen's team that throws axes and rolls logs... Yup, that's me!
Just had to add that!