Indian college cut of women’s sleeves to prevent cheating on exam

NEW DELHI, INDIA — End of the school year means final exams. For some people, they’ll take whatever help they can get, even if it takes being creative to get the answers! One school may have taken things a little too far to stop cheaters in their path. An Indian college is coming under fire after cutting the sleeves off of women’s clothes before an exam just to prevent them from cheating! The school apparently used razor blades and scissors […]

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Just how well are graduation speeches aging?

RALEIGH, NC –The caps and gowns are out for graduation. But before you receive that diploma, get nice and comfortable because commencement speeches are underway. U.S. Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein was the speaker for Campbell Law School on Friday. It went pretty well. “I wish you well in your legal career,” Rosenstein said. “I hope that you pursue justice, support the rule of law, stand firm on matters of principle, treat everyone with respect, lead with purpose and always […]

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Art student displays “Cry Closet” for stressed out students during finals

SALT LAKE CITY, UT — If you’ve done the college experience then you know finals can be rough! But Nemo Miller, an art student at the University of Utah is trying to cushion the final’s week blow by creating an escape for students who might be feeling the finals week pressure. It’s called the “Cry Closet!” so my school installed a cry closet in the library LMFAOOOOOOOOO what is higher education pic.twitter.com/6rGcJv9qjr — jacks (@aJackieLarsen) April 24, 2018 The art […]

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Local trainer starts football mecca in Northwest, with Seahawks players help

SEATTLE — Approximately 3,000 college football players are eligible for this week’s NFL draft.  Only 224 of those will hear their names called. A dozen of those players spent the last couple months in Bellevue, trying to up their stock and learn from some of the best players in the league. It was made possible by a man named Tracy Ford. It started as a small operation but soon it springboarded. Tracy said, “Ford Sports kind of started with cones […]

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Yale offering free course that teaches you how to be happy

NEW HAVEN, CT — They say money can’t buy happiness, but one college is making it easier to learn about happiness for free! Yale University recently started a brand new course called “PSYC 157: Psychology and the Good Life.” Get this, almost a quarter of undergrad students signed up to take it, making it the most popular course to ever be taught at the Ivy league university.   Unlike the college kids, the university is offering the class to any […]

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Houston high school student gets accepted to 20 colleges with full rides

HOUSTON – A Senior at Lamar High School in Houston has 20/20 vision when it comes to his future!   Micheal Brown, 17, is celebrating an out-of-sight victory in academics after receiving acceptance letters from each of the 20 colleges he applied to. Brown set his sights high on the top 20 universities in the country, including Ivy league schools like Harvard, Yale, Princeton and Stanford. Not only did Brown score “yes’s” from the top 20, they all offered him […]

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Going dry: substance-free chapter house movement growing in Greek life

DALLAS — You wouldn’t know it since negative headlines get all the attention, but fraternities and sororities do a lot of good for their members, their campuses, and their communities.  That said, yet another fraternity chapter was suspended due to alcohol-related hazing allegations on Monday with SMU shutting down the Pi Kappa Alpha house, an incident that further shows why some national fraternity organizations have or are about to make their chapter houses completely substance-free in an attempt to save […]

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Seattle U Women Reach NCAA Tourney for first time in school history, coach Suzy Barcomb in-studio

A night after clinching its first berth in the NCAA Tournament in program history, Seattle U women’s basketball coach Suzy Barcomb joined Q13 Fox Sports Director Aaron Levine in-studio. The Lady Redhawks defeated Cal State Bakersfield in the championship game of the WAC Tournament in Las Vegas over the weekend. They will learn their tournament fate on Monday at 4pm with the NCAA Selection Show. Fans are encouraged to attend at the O’Brien Center. Interview above.

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