Body Found In College Pond; No Foul Play Suspected [Video]


A man’s body was found floating in a pond near an Aquinas College dorm Wednesday afternoon. Grand Rapids Police say the man, described to be in his thirties, may have been trying to cross the icy pond when he fell into the water. Investigators do not suspect foul play. Students at Aquinas College are currently on break, and there are no known witnesses to the accident. Police Capt. Eric Payne says an… Read More

Student Disappears: Texted Sister About Harasser

Aisha Khan

he search for a missing 19-year-old Kansas woman — last heard from via frightful text message that said a drunken man was pestering her — yielded few promising leads over the weekend. Aisha Khan, a student at Johnson County Community College, went missing at approximately 11:00 a.m. Friday morning while studying for her final exams on the University of Kansas, Edwards Campus, The Kansas City Star reports. “There’s a creepy guy that… Read More

The Ultimate Showdown: Prezi vs. Powerpoint


What is Prezi? Prezi is a web-based presentation tool. I couldn’t help but compare it to the well-known Microsoft Powerpoint. I can say Prezi does have many aspects that surpass Powerpoint. But is that enough to take home the championship belt? Round 1: Text or Graphics? Prezi is eye candy. Prezi focuses a lot on visual graphics and leaves a lasting impression on the audience. Compared to Powerpoint, it is more flashy…. Read More

Idaho State Student Accused Of Shooting The White House


Authorities have described Oscar Ramiro Ortega-Hernandez, the man who has been charged with attempting to assassinate President Obama, as a troubled man who had made threats against the president to friends. Now, the public can witness Hernandez’s bizarre belief system firsthand, thanks to a lengthy video the Idaho native made as an audition tape for “The Oprah Winfrey Show.” Idaho television station KBOI posted the video, and reported that Secret Service agents… Read More

Penn State Students Chant Support For Paterno


STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) — Hundreds of Penn State students have taken to the streets to chant their support for ousted football coach Joe Paterno. The students flooded downtown State College on Wednesday night after Paterno and university President Graham Spanier were fired amid a growing furor linked to their handling of sex abuse allegations against a former assistant football coach. The students gathered about two blocks from the campus, with some… Read More

UConn Students Try To Silence Occupy Wall Street Song

WASHINGTON — When the University of Connecticut’s undergraduate student government invited rapper Jasiri X to perform Monday, there was one condition: He was forbidden to perform his most popular song, “Occupy (We the 99).” Jasiri X defied the student group, first in a speech captured on YouTube and then by performing his Occupy Wall Street-themed song.

Paterno Has Legacy Threatened By Abuse Scandal


STATE COLLEGE — Penn State administrators on Tuesday canceled Joe Paterno’s weekly news conference, in which he was expected to field questions about a sex-abuse scandal involving former defensive coach Jerry Sandusky. “Due to the ongoing legal circumstances centered around the recent allegations and charges, we have determined that today’s press conference cannot be held and will not be rescheduled,” assistant Athletic Director Jeff Nelson said in a statement. Paterno’s son Scott… Read More

NYU Student Chef: Easy To Make Japanese Teriyaki Burgers


If you are tired of getting the same old burgers each time you go out to eat, try this easy recipe for a change: Japanese teriyaki burgers. By making your own teriyaki sauce, you can have a fresh-tasting and low-calorie sauce at the same time. Japanese Teriyaki Burgers from Washington Square News on Vimeo.

Flash Mob Proposal On UCLA Campus


Nam and Trang met each other on the campus of UCLA. He decided to bring her back to where they met for the ultimate surprise! [polldaddy poll=5563847]

Kids These Days finally in the door


A YEAR AGO, KIDS THESE DAYS WAS A CALLOW CHICAGO BAND FOR WHOM PLAYING LOLLAPALOOZA WAS LITTLE MORE THAN A DREAM. The near death experience of Vic Mensa The band’s MC, Vic Mensa, still wanted to attend the festival, but he didn’t have the money. So he tried to jump a fence to get in. Bad move. He ended up losing his grip and falling backward off the fence onto a transformer.