‘AT&T Schooled’ Contestants Enjoy Hanging Out With Friends at University of Vermont

UVM is probably one of the few schools that can say all of its national championships are in skiing. In addition to the six skiing titles, UVM has housed its fair share of professional hockey players, including Boston's own Tim Thomas.

NESN.com asked participating contestants from UVM to answer a few questions. Check out their answers below.

Name: Jonathan Lott
Hometown: Stoughton, Mass.
Major: Double major in English and Classics
Favorite movie: Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back
Favorite book: The God Delusion
Favorite music group: Sorry, but I don't have one.
Favorite athlete: Ummm….I don't follow sports…
Favorite spot off campus to hang out Friday night: Around a picnic table with my friends
Best place to eat off campus: Mr. Mike's Pizza
Best spring break memory: Celebrating my birthday!
Ideal Saturday in your college's town/city:  Chillin' out, relaxin'…
Three people in history you would like to have dinner with: Caesar Augustus, Emily Dickinson, Charlie Sheen
Name: Beka Foley (Rebeka de la Folie)
Hometown: Westport, Conn.
Major: Double major in Russian Studies and French Language.
Favorite movie: Forrest Gump
Favorite book: Turgenev's Father's and Sons
Favorite music group: The Gorillaz. Rjd2 is pretty sweet, too
Favorite athlete: Derek Jeter. Umm go Yanks? (Will NESN let me say that?)
Favorite spot off campus to hang out Friday night: Oh anywhere with the crew
Best place to eat off campus: Giving free advertising here but definitely Sweetwaters. The gorgonzola salad on the menu gets me every time. Or I suppose I get it, rather
Best spring break memory: One March afternoon at home, I saw my spring break … on my bike
Ideal Saturday in your college's town/city:  Enjoying a strong cup of coffee and going on an adventurous drive with some friends. Perhaps across the border to pay a visit to the Canucks if we're feeling ambitious. They do have quite the health care system. And a peculiar unknown affinity for hockey. Not all those who wander are lost?
Three people in history you would like to have dinner with: Dostoevsky, Lenin, and Joan of da Arc. GO UVM!

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