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College Student Fakes Kidnapping to Get Out of Handing In Paper

Kids these days are taking the saying “the dog ate my homework” and completely chucking it out the window. Today’s student needs a more up-to-date and convincing reason for missing an assignment, skipping class or failing to complete work. That’s why this story of a college student who faked his own kidnapping is so fascinating.

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Meet an Eight-Year-Old College Prodigy

When Tanishq Abraham was around two-years-old, his parents noticed there was something different about him. He was already counting, and seemed to be able to grasp concepts way beyond his years. By age four Tanishq was accepted into the high IQ society MENSA.

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Sorry, College Grads, But Working ‘Till You’re Old and Grey Is the New Fad

Medical advancements and healthier living mean many people have longer lifespans these days. That means lots of those older Americans are retiring later than in generations past. In fact, some analysts are calling 70 the new 70 in terms of retirement.

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Montana Higher Education a National Success

On one important higher education metric, Montana is outperforming every other state in the U.S.

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MSU Eliminates $10 Fee for Online Payments

BOZEMAN, Mont. (AP) — Montana State University is eliminating its $10 transaction fee assessed for online tuition payments in an effort to encourage more students to pay online.

Laura Humberger, assistant vice president of financial services for MSU, says it's the right thing to do for students

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Mother Furious After Kindergarten Teacher Tells Kids to Hit Bully [VIDEO]

Childhood bullies sometimes need a taste of their own medicine to change their ways. But should a teacher be the one dosing it out?

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Family Claims 19 Straight Years of Straight A’s

For the past 19 years, at least one of Maureen and Allan Kogut’s six boys have attended Marley Middle School in Glen Burnie, MD. And for the past nearly two decades, none of them has received a final grade of anything less than an A.

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Student Caught With 35-Foot Long Cheat Sheet

Anyone who’s been faced with a difficult test has at least been tempted to scribble some notes on their hand, or maybe try to stuff a small answer key under their watch. But a high school student in Kazakhstan (yup, that Kazakhstan) took the cheat sheet concept to what should be its ridiculous conclusion when he was caught with 35-feet of crib sheet during an university entrance exam.

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Principal Causes Uproar By Banning Kindergarteners from Singing ‘God Bless the USA’ at Graduation

The principal at a Coney Island, NY elementary school is under fire from both parents and some members of the community after she banned the kids from singing Lee Greenwood’s patriotic anthem ‘God Bless the USA’ at a kindergarten graduation.

But you won’t believe what she says they can sing.

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High School Teacher Tells Seniors They Aren’t ‘Special’ In Inspirational Graduation Speech

There are ten of thousands of high school and college commencement speeches every year in America, making it difficult for the speaker to say something particularly original.

However David McCullough, Jr. figured out a unique to make his words stand out when he did the commencement duties at Wellesley High School in Massachusetts.

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