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Kudos To Whoever Raised These Students Who Bypassed Their Senior Prank To Shower Their Principal With Praise?

When we hear the term "senior prank", it conjures images of playful, yet, unsavory doings by giddy teens on their way out of high school. My senior class did not do one, but I saw other classes that did and they were always funny, but never particularly inspiring or kind. Show More Summary

States Want To Cut Taxes Even More on Pensions. Bad Ideas Never Die.

The siren song of retirement income free of state taxes continues to seduce politicians. No matter that there is little evidence that high taxes on pension income drive away seniors, or that few older people move from one state to another for any reason at all. Show More Summary

Spanish class isn’t enough: A TED-Ed Club presentation advocates for immersive language instruction

High school senior Yash Khatavkar takes issue with the fact that, as he was learning Spanish, his elementary school only offered one hour of Spanish instruction per week. Even as he got older, he felt like Spanish classes in school just weren’t enough to move him past the point of having to translate between English and [ … ]

On ethical sex and the complexities of consent in an unjust world

Over at The Harvard Crimson, student columnist Reina A.E. Gattuso has an excellent piece exploring the complexities of consent. Using her own sexual experience at a party as a high school senior as an example, she breaks down the power imbalances and structural inequalities at play.  Experiences like this come up again and again: Times when […]

Man suffers fatal heart attack while watching grandson win Oregon wrestling title

One of the biggest nights of Matt Hofenbredl’s life turned into one of terrible sadness on Saturday in Portland, Ore. Hofenbredl, a senior at Dallas High School, was wrestling for his third Oregon State 5A title in the 132-pound weight class. His grandfather, Larry Hofenbredl, was watching from the stands at Veteran’s Memorial Coliseum. Halfway […]

This is the best high school shot you'll see this year, all because of who made it

7News Boston WHDH-TV Bryan Doherty hit the biggest shot on senior night when he helped lead Pelham High School to a win -- and it happened to come on the first bucket of his career. The 18-year-old senior has Down syndrome, and has served as the team's manager and motivator throughout his time at Pelham. Show More Summary

How Ali Marpet Went from D3 Football to Flying Up NFL Draft Boards

The fastest offensive lineman at the 2015 NFL Scouting Combine and a standout at this year’s Senior Bowl, Ali Marpet has a chance to be the most highly drafted player from a Division III school in 25 years. No prospect from the Division...Show More Summary

Teens Demand Pledge Of Allegiance Be Optional, Face Backlash

The Pledge of Allegiance has stirred up controversy at one Maine high school as a group of teens are pushing to have recitation of the words be made optional. South Portland High School Senior Class President Lily SanGiovanni leads students in the Pledge every day. Show More Summary

Teen Arrested for Encouraging Friend to Commit Suicide

A high school senior in Plainville, Massachusetts, has been indicted for involuntary manslaughter for allegedly urging a friend to commit suicide. Michelle Carter, 18, is accused of urging Conrad Roy III, 18, to kill himself before he died of carbon monoxide poisoning while idling a truck last July in the parking lot of a Fairhaven Kmart. Show More Summary

Mass. teen accused of pushing her friend to suicide before using his name for fundraiser

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An 18-year-old Massachusetts high school senior is accused of spurring a friend to kill himself before putting on fundraisers using his name, the Attleboro Sun Chronicle reported on Friday. Prosecutors charged Michelle Carter with involuntary manslaughter, saying text messages show her encouraging...

After Years Of Taking Questions, Obama Turns The Tables On One Teen

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama is making the switch from interviewee to interviewer. The president questioned a Maryland high school senior in the My Brother's Keeper program. The interview for the StoryCorps oral history project...Show More Summary

Mischaracterizing a Notional Deployment of THAAD in South Korea

Last Friday, Sukjoon Yoon, a senior fellow at the Korea Institute for Maritime Strategy, published an opinion piece in The Diplomatregarding the potential implications of a hypothetical U.S. deployment of Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) systems to South Korea upon relations between Seoul and Beijing. Show More Summary

Even Muggles Will Love This Harry Potter Prom Dress

Some beautiful witch has magicked a Harry Potter prom dress into existence, and I'm going to need to be a high school senior again so I can wear it. More » Even Muggles Will Love This Harry Potter Prom Dress is a post from TheGloss - Get the best women's beauty, make up, hairstyles tips. Get sex, dating advice, culture news and hot trends for women..

SEC Early Enrollees with Best Shot to Win Starting Job in Spring Practice

A recent trend in recruiting has begun with a handful of top recruits choosing to forgo the final semester of their senior year of high school in favor of enrolling early at the colleges of their choice. For example, 11 of the 35 recruits...Show More Summary

Pastors Booted From Capitol Center Because Title of Racial Reconciliation Event Included 'An Appeal to Heaven'

Bishop Harry Jackson Jr., chairman of the High Impact Leadership Coalition and senior pastor of Hope Christian Church in Maryland, is now crying religious and racial discrimination after a group of pastors were booted from the U.S. Capitol Visitor Center and forced to find a different venue for a racial reconciliation event in Washington D.C. Show More Summary

How Much Self-Citation Is Too Much?

Times Higher Education, Journal Editor’s Self-citation Rate Under Scrutiny: A senior psychology professor has strongly denied any wrongdoing, after a blog highlighted what it claimed was his high self-citation rate in papers published in journals he edited. Johnny Matson, a professor at Louisiana State University and an expert in autism,...

Kardashians Just Signed a 4 Year Deal With E!, Are Never Going Away

The Kardashians aren't going away any time soon. The brood has just signed a four year deal with E! that will keep them in teetering heels, expensive face creams and hair extensions until the next gang of high school seniors graduate from college. Happy Black History Month. Read more...

30 NBA Teams, And What’d They Be Like As High School Kids

LA Lakers: Super senior, who everyone for some reason still respects.

Power Ranking the Top 2016 JUCO Recruits

While many colleges are scouring the country in search of the nation’s top rising high school seniors, a handful of stud recruits have already emerged on the JUCO circuit. There are a few benefits that cause programs to consider adding...Show More Summary

NCAA Bans Homeless Football Player For Taking Improper Gift Of Sleep On Friends’ Floors

Silas Nacita has been homeless since he was a senior in high school, yet he managed to overcome that adversity and work his way onto two NCAA football teams. Unfortunately, he did all that while having the ever-loving gall to want to sleep inside, so the NCAA has ruled him ineligible. Show More Summary

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