Colorado State University students are being asked to be very cautious when considering a trip to Mexico for spring break. The U.S. State Department has even issued a warning that reads like a proverbial grocery list of national problems. Why risk it? It's really hard to keep looking over your shoulder to watch your back when you're power-puking after a boozy day at the beach. Coincidentally, Colorado ski resorts really need the business. Keep it local this year! Create a party that transforms Summit County into the "Cancun of the Colorado Rocky Mountains..."
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