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Blacks Only: Indiana School District Bans White Grade School Kids from Field Trips to Colleges

A school district in Indiana has decided that white students will not be allowed to go on school field trips to local colleges and that only their African American students

‘Black Only’ School Field Trip Prompts Complaints By South Bend, Indiana Parents

The South Bend Community School Corporation, located in Indiana, is under fire after allegations of discrimination surfaced. The claims come after it was found that elementary school field trips to three area colleges included only African American children. Show More Summary

Jorge Soler is MLB's most conspicuous ninja

Bright blue and white don't tend to blend in with the shadows. Jorge Soler is a ninja. pic.twitter.com/SyWZqmHYI5 — Wrigley Field (@WrigleyBlog) April 16, 2015 Congratulations, Jorge Soler. You have failed ninja school. Please turn in your nunchaku and shuriken. You have failed at the art of stealth. No, it's no good crying, Jorge. You had one job.

Watch 6'5" 200-Pound 8th Grader's Jaw-Dropping, Megatron-Like Highlight Tape

There have been some dominant players at the high school level, but rarely do you see that dominance on the field in middle school. Watch as Blake Hinson, Class of 2019, dominate the competition. Read more College Football news on BleacherReport.com

Miami commit throws up the U while on middle of FSU's field

Have you heard these schools don't like each other? Miami commit Al Blades Jr. visited Florida State over the weekend, and it's probably safe to say the Hurricane legacy won't be making a second visit anytime soon. Fun FSU visit yesterday...Show More Summary

Look: 1,700 students take exam in the middle of a track field in Shaanxi

5 days agoChina / Shanghai : Shanghaiist

More than 1,700 students recently sat an exam outside of the classroom in a high school track field in Yichuan county, Shaanxi Province. [ more › ]

Spreading the word, one book at a time

Ageneration before Maria Magallanes was born, her grandfather — who had dropped out of high school to support his family — worked the dusty fields in Colorado during the Great Depression. It was there that he had an epiphany.Read full article >>

Excavating the Cromlech Tumulus on Slievemore: The story so far

Looking south across the western part of the site. The enclosure wall can be seen on the right of the picture whilst the western end of the ovoid building can be seen at the left. Image: Achill Archaeological Field School L ast yearShow More Summary

Boise St. Recruit Raymond Sheard Arrested for Bringing Unloaded Gun to School

Boise State lost a running back signee from its roster before he even stepped on the field. Alyssa Parrish of The Dallas Morning News reported that Raymond Sheard was arrested "for bringing an unloaded gun to school" and will no longer...Show More Summary

Boys’ lacrosse: Bullis seeks breakthrough; Stone Bridge has new presence in goal

Bullis senior Drew Petkovich knew all about the school’s history before taking the field Tuesday night. How year after year, the Bulldogs seem on the cusp of turning the corner to becoming one of the Washington area’s top tier boys’ lacrosse powers only to fall short against the best competition. Read full article >>

Memories, but no answers after mysterious death of Broad Run senior softball player

A single Virginia Tech ballcap sat atop the second base bag on Broad Run High School’s softball field, while a bed of roses, candles and other homespun tributes to Madison Small obscured the nearby clumps of infield dirt.Read full article >>

With Duke And Wisconsin In Field, 2015 2K Classic Tickets On Secondary Market Up 134% From 2014

The 2015 NCAA men’s national championship game lived up to all of its hype and then some, with Duke inching past Wisconsin to earn its fifth title in school history. Between a trio of freshmen stepping up big for the Blue Devils and a pair of missed calls working against [...]

Great Dismal Swamp Archaeological Field School, May 13- June 17th

American University and the Department of Anthropology are pleased to invite students to participate in the 6th Great Dismal Swamp Archaeology Field School to start during the early summer of 2015. The Field School will take place in...Show More Summary

Columbia Journalism School Deans Discuss Rolling Stone's "Failure Of Journalism"

This afternoon Columbia Journalism School Dean Steve Coll and Dean of Faculty Sheila Coronel fielded questions about their comprehensive investigation into Rolling Stone's article on an alleged gang rape at the University of Virginia in 2012. Show More Summary

Richard Goldstein's 'Another Little Piece of My Heart' recalls '60s

2 weeks agoHealth : Booster Shots

For Richard Goldstein, one of the earliest practitioners in the burgeoning field that would come to be known as rock criticism, writing about music was a lifeline. Fresh out of Columbia University's journalism school in 1966, the utopian energies of rock provided a window through which he could...

'Grey's Anatomy' Season 11: Episode 18 Recap 'When I Grow Up'

This week on 'Grey's Anatomy', a school field trip to the hospital takes a dramatic turn when the kids witness two injured cops enter the emergency room. Meanwhile, Stephanie sets her eyes on one of the chaperones, and Derek is forced to beg Amelia for his job back.

TV highlights: First lady Michelle Obama stops by ‘The Tonight Show’

(All times Eastern)A sudden rush of incoming injured police officers into the E.R. adds drama to a school group’s field trip to the hospital on “Grey’s Anatomy” (ABC at 8 p.m.). Amidst the chaos, Stephanie keeps herself busy by developing a major crush on one of the chaperones.Read full article >>

Watch One-Handed High School Safety Make Incredible Interceptions

Riley Quinn has been overcoming obstacles his entire life. Born without a left hand, Quinn has been proving people wrong on and off the field his entire life. Check out these incredible one-handed interceptions in the video above. Read more College Football news on BleacherReport.com

MTA Engineers Week 2015

In February, students from New York City high schools visited with MTA Capital Construction engineers to learn about careers in the field.

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