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Mark Zuckerberg Goes Back to Harvard and Why a Man is Suing His Wedding Photographer 8 Years After Wedding

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Mark Zuckerberg is headed back to Harvard, but not to go back to class. The creator of Facebook will make his first official visit to the school since he famously

dropped out in 2004 to move to Silicon Valley to expand his social networking site. Although Zuckerberg did make an unofficial appearance in 2005 to guest-lecture, this will be the first time he meets with Harvard officials, including President Drew Faust. Zuckerberg will be recruiting young engineering and computer science talent to work for Facebook. Zuckerberg's trip to the East Coast also includes visits to Carnegie Mellon University and MIT. Harvard students are excited on social media. Since Zuckerberg is handpicking whom he sees, one person tweeted "#IHaveNoChance"

Some say one of the most important expenses for a wedding is a good photographer (at least that's what Trending Now's Associate Producer Mia Trovato says -- she's planning her wedding now). That's because after the rice is thrown and champagne is popped, couple's are left only with the pictures to cherish. One unsatisfied groom is suing to regain lost memories. Todd Remis of New York City is suing H&H photographers for $52,000. That is, $4,100 for the photo costs and $48,000 to have the photographer re-create his wedding (by flying all the original wedding guests back to New York). Remis claims the photographer missed the couple's last dance and bouquet toss. And to add icing to the (wedding) cake, the wedding in question ended in divorce in 2003. Remis wants to fly his former wife from Latvia for the re-creation wedding. That left one person on Twitter wondering if Remis is just trying to get her back.

Also a personal note: Today is my last day hosting Trending Now as I'm moving to another job. Starting on Monday the wonderful and talented Melissa Knowles from ESPNU will take over. Hosting this show every day has been an absolute joy, and I've made lifelong friends with the wonderful Yahoo! Studios team. Keep in touch with me on Facebook.com/AdrianaDiazNews and Twitter @AdrianaTweeting. See you soon!

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