Good morning, NewsFeeders, and welcome back to the office. We’ll give you a minute to get all settled, back to the daily grind. But look at the bright side, it’s only five more days till the weekend!
Everybody’s talking about a revolution. Except, that is, in China.
Surely there’s no ivy on the Golden Arches, but Chinese students are trading big-name colleges for Big Macs.
Being cut off from Facebook can feel like torture – and one man is seeking damages to the tune of half-a-million dollars.
College is supposed to be the “best four years of your life.” But a study shows students are reporting record levels of stress. (via Healthland)
If three Jackass movies weren’t enough for you, then you’ll probably be happy about this.
For one man, the usual punishment has become “cruel and unusual.”
In case you missed it, here’s your wacky animal story of the week.
Before you pass gas in Malawi, you might want to wait until you are in a private area.
If there ever was a sign that we’ve had more than enough snow this winter, here it is.
For kids who live in snowy regions, anticipating snow days is a time-honored winter tradition. But the tradition, like many others, may change with new technology.
The Facebook CEO may appear alongside his Oscar-nominated impersonator tonight at 30 Rock. (via Techland)