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Our college was closing, and we were angry. That didn’t mean we’d skip the reunion.

AMHERST, Va. — We slept in the dorm rooms and shared bottles of wine in the common areas. We swam in the lake, despite the no-swimming signs. We lingered late in the quad and even set off fireworks until two security guards arrived to stop us.Read full article >>

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Thursday, June 4Patuxent Defense forum “Religion in Civil Society: The Impact of Religious Movements on International Relations.” Presented by the Patuxent Partnership and the Center for the Study of Democracy at St. Mary’s College of Maryland. Show More Summary

It Wasn’t That Big an Exam

College girl #1: Hey! How did your biology exam go?College girl #2, proudly: No lube necessary!–NYUOverheard by: Mirna Rottencrotch

SAT cheating scandal broadens with indictment of 15 Chinese nationals

On Oct. 31, 2014, Time magazine ran a story with this headline: “Think You Can Cheat on the SAT? The College Board Says Think Again.”  Really? Consider: Last week, a federal grand jury indicted 15 Chinese nationals in a scheme in which they paid up to $6,000 for other people in the United States to […]

10 College Football Players Under Unrealistic Pressure in 2015

In college football, pressure is inherent. Teams prepare all year long for 12 autumn Saturdays (with the occasional weeknight game thrown in for good measure), and the huge influx of television and bowl dollars in recent seasons hasShow More Summary

Say What?! Winter/Spring 2015 Edition, Part 2

52 minutes agoMusic / Country : Twangville

One of my favorite things about seeing live shows (well, after the music) are the crazy comments that you hear along the way. Here are a few choice selections from Winter and Spring 2015. I went to a college called USC, otherwise known as University of Spoiled Children. I got a scholarship. Tracy Bonham This […]

Texas Now Casting ‘Best Friend Accepted’ and Upcoming Auditions

Talent is currently being sought for the independent short film “Best Friend Accepted.” “Best Friend Accepted” is about Jake, a young college student only concerned with making it through the semester. Most of his friends are through social media. Show More Summary

Maryland Colleges Promote Student-Parent Conversations About Drinking

A collaborative of 14 Maryland colleges launched a new website today, www.collegeparentsmatter.org, designed to serve as a resource to help parents talk with their college-age children about alcohol.

Could the Michigan-Utah game in September lead to bigger things for Fox?

This week, Fox Sports released its 2015 college football schedule and opening its nearly 100-game slate on Thursday, September 3 will be Michigan at Utah. And while it is a big game that marks the debut of Jim Harbaugh as coach of Big Blue, it could also mean bigger things for Fox. Show More Summary

NFL Super-Agent: Biggest Threat to Game 'Sense That It's Rigged'

Agent Leigh Steinberg is a bona fide NFL legend. Since representing his first client (former college friend and Atlanta Falcons quarterback Steve Bartkowski) in 1975, Steinberg has negotiated over $2 billion in contracts, including a number of then-record deals. Show More Summary

Watch John Waters’ Inspiring and Hilarious Commencement Speech

Attention, celebrity purveyors of college commencement speeches: thank you all for playing, your efforts are appreciated, and

The Companies With The Most Summer Jobs Still Open In 2015

Now that college commencements have wrapped up and Memorial Day is behind us, most new grads wish they were working in full-time jobs with a future. But with an unemployment rate of 9.6% for young people aged 20-24, a lot of new job seekers are not living their dream. The good [...]

Steve Kerr was teammates with MLB great Kenny Lofton in college

When Steve Kerr was playing for legendary coach Lute Olson at Arizona, there was a young guard behind him that everyone said was an explosive (...)

Married Couple Teams Up To Become Middlebury College's Muslim Chaplains

3 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

(RNS) Many of the country’s most prestigious universities have hired Muslim chaplains in recent years to offer spiritual support to their Muslim students. Middlebury College, one of America’s oldest liberal arts schools, outmatched them...Show More Summary

The Triumph of the ‘Girl Movie’

3 hours agoLifestyle / Fashion : The Cut

I wasn’t expecting cinematic greatness from Pitch Perfect 2, which I saw last weekend at a mall in suburban Los Angeles. The New Yorker had warned me that the sequel to the 2012 hit about a college a capella group “falls apart at the level of the script, before it... More »

36 Art Destinations For EuroTrippers Looking Beyond The Louvre

3 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

For certain American populations, the beginning of June signals trans-Atlantic travel, and no group is more infamous in this regard than the American “EuroTripper”: a recent high school or college graduate who journeys through (mostly...Show More Summary

Surveillance drones now used to combat gaokao cheaters

3 hours agoChina / Shanghai : Shanghaiist

This year as students in Luoyang city are furiously scribbling away to complete their gaokao, China's painfully competitive college entrance exam, drones will be flying over their heads to prevent them from cheating. [ more › ]

College Dropouts Thrive in Tech

Not long ago, dropping out of school to become an entrepreneur was considered risky. For the current generation, it is a badge of honor, evidence of ambition and focus.

Fred Hoiberg's NBA Move Another Sign College Game Has Lost Its Coaching Luster

Last weekend, once it became obvious that Fred "The Mayor" Hoiberg was ending his term at Iowa State to coach the Chicago Bulls, the question that popped into my mind was this: Who's next? Not at Iowa State, where Tim Floyd, Jeff Hornacek, Steve Prohm and current Cyclones assistant T.J. Show More Summary

Kentucky Basketball: John Calipari Admits Kentucky Would Probably Have Been Better Off Losing A Game Before NCAA Tournament

Is it better to lose at least one game before the NCAA Tournament than carry the burden of an undefeated record into it?  That was a popular debate for much of the 2014-15 men’s college basketball season, as Kentucky rode through the...Show More Summary

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