To donate or not to donate, that is the question, students.
As we enter a new year, we relinquish people, things and places that we once thought were cool, in order to make way for the new.
What’s more surprising: that college students didn’t pick a reality TV star or that they know who Robert Gates is?
Steve Urkel, the nerdy neighbor from 90’s sitcom Family Matters, has become the inspiration for a high school fashion solution.
When high-school seniors are admitted to college, they may get another invitation as well — one that could lead to spam.
In Colorado, apparently.
There’s good news and bad news about our nation’s education system.
From Lady Gaga modules to Tae Kwon Do degrees, NewsFeed thought there was an education to suit every niche, until McDonald’s put a degree on their menu. Beware, what you’re about to digest is all about the puns.
The folks over at ‘We Do Chicken Right’ are calling for submissions. Show your Twitter smarts and Colonel Sanders will reciprocate with cash for your college fund. (Via the Buffalo News).
We may have high-speed information at our disposal, but our basic grammar skills are regressing.
Meet Kelli Space. She’s 23, graduated from high school in 2005, and went to Northeastern University. But she’s saddled with $200,000 of debt. What to do? Beg for help on the internet.
Apparently Albert Einstein was wrong, black holes are not where God divided by zero!