Iowa State University ended its first week of classes with a Quasimodo-style rendition of Bad Romance.
First day of school necessities: paper, pencils, tracking device?
Who would have thought free, instant technology would have killed a 130-pound, $1,165 set of reference books? Oh, right, everyone.
Students at Nettleton Middle School must be doing great on their American History exams, because their school is almost literally living in the past!
If you look up the word ‘irony’ in the dictionary, you will not find it because today it exploded.
School days are upon us again, and so is the angst that students go through as college classes begin and registrars warn incoming freshmen: “Fish betta have my money!”
NewsFeed has long been a fan of West Indian chutney. However, we have noticed that every time we listen to the latest hits we have a strange urge to drink. (And to dance, but that’s another story.)
Reading, writing, arithmetic — and a manicured public park.
Less Silly Bandz, more bookz.
What do people have to do to get charged with crimes around here?
The next class of incoming college freshmen consider Nirvana “oldies” and Clint Eastwood a director. They know Fergie as a Black-Eyed Pea and not a Duchess of York. Get ready to feel old.
U.S News and World Report released their highly-contested ranking of the top universities, and it looks like they’ve switched their favorite color from orange to red.