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Makenzie Alexis Noland, a wildlife ecology major who will graduate from Texas A&M University Aug. 10, has posted unique images on social media, writing, "Not your typical graduation picture."
Not only did an anonymous caller assume college Oumou Kanoute was possibly dangerous because of her race, they also assumed she was a male because of her short hair.
After a giant hogweed plant briefly brushed against a 17-year-old's face, he ended up in the ER with severe burns. An edible and toxic plant specialist shares how to stay safe.
Ronlonda Robinson says she wanted to make a big statement with an over-the-top photo shoot for her graduation because of everything she had gone through to get to that point in her life.
Amanda Gorman is the Youth Poet Laureate and a member of Gen Z, the emerging generation out to change the world.
This week Kent State graduate Kaitlin Bennett tweeted the images of herself with a gun, writing, “Now that I graduated from @KentState, I can finally arm myself on campus. I should have been able to do so as a student."
Students are calling for Yale University to expel Sarah Braasch, the white student who called campus police on Lolade Siyonbola after she committed the unforgivable crime of napping in her own dormitory's common room. Campus officers said they checked Siyonbola's ID against the university system and let her go, and later informed Braasch that her call was "not a police matter." But the late-night incident has set off a bigger conversation about what Yale alum and writer A.T. McWilliams called the "white space " of his alma mater. Siyonbola, a Black graduate student, said she thinks Braasch should be disciplined or expelled for wasting police resources — and many students and alums on Twitter agree, having started the hashtag #ExpelSarahBraasch.
“I had heard that sororities are really cliquey, so I was trying to find one that wasn’t like that," says one potential recruit about why she hired a rush consultant.
Lauren Evans faced multiple challenges trying to finish college, including the death of her boyfriend of two years. But she graduated at 26 years old and hopes to become a lawyer.
After racist videos out of Penn State went viral, people are wondering what the university's next move will be.
A Texas college student’s graduation photos, and the story she tells about reaching this point, are inspiring thousands of people.
In the age of social media, celebrating getting into college goes beyond announcing just to family and friends, as teens take to their Twitter accounts to share the proud moment with all of their followers.
Amid a sea of rising college-tuition fees, New Jersey's governor is looking to make community college in his state free, saying, "Education ought to be a right."
College lacrosse player scores a goal in her first game back since her accident. When Noelle Lambert got into a moped accident in the summer of 2016 that resulted in her losing a leg, the promising college athlete wasn’t thinking about whether she’d walk again (because she knew she would) — instead, she was focused on when she’d get back on the lacrosse field. On Saturday, the 21-year-old arrived to University of Massachusetts’s game against University of Hartford prepared to play, although she had no expectations of actually being put on the field.
On Wednesday, speaking out for the first time, Sue Levy Giles said while her daughter Alexandria was pledging to the sorority Alpha Kappa Alpha at the University of Pittsburgh in February, she and eleven other pledges were physically attacked in a dark basement. Levy Giles and the university’s dean of students did not return Yahoo Lifestyle’s request for comment.
The student says she was dismissed and unable to renew her athletic scholarship after her coach told her to take down photos that she deemed "too sexy."