/r/latterdaysaints is the largest faithful-only community for members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormons) on the internet! If you're a Latter-day Saint (lds), or have questions about the restored gospel of Jesus Christ, this is the place!
Founded in 1850, The University of Utah is the flagship institution of higher learning in Utah, and offers over 100 undergraduate and more than 90 graduate degree programs to over 30000 students. This subreddit aims to give U of U students, professors, staff, and alumni a place to discus campus, culture, housing, jobs, classes, professors, or anything tangentially related to the U.
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All things snowboarding, /r/snowboarding or "shreddit" is the home for shredders of all age, cultures, and abilities. Whether you are looking for great video clips, gear recommendations, how to land your first 3 or maybe 9, or just want to hang out with some shredders, this is the place. Remember, somewhere in the world, it's snowing right now!
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