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Sign up for 'Wasting time on the Internet' 101

You can now get college credit for watching all those cat videos. The University of Pennsylvania is offering a class next semester titled "Wasting time on the Internet," in which students will "focus on the alchemical recuperation of aimless…

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From Christopher DeHaan

UC Berkeley overturns vote to disinvite Maher

The controversy over having TV host Bill Maher speak at the University of California Berkeley has taken another turn. Well, make that two.

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Taylor Swift's new single to benefit NYC schools

Taylor Swift bought a $20 million townhouse in Manhattan this year, and it seems like she really wants her new home town to like her. So the pop star has pledged to donate all the money she makes from her new song "Welcome to New York" to the city's…

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History Channel to teach college history

Many college kids spend hours watching The History Channel. Now, students at the University of Oklahoma will be able to get college credit for it.

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Regulator calls out student loan industry

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau put student loan servicers on notice this week with a report detailing industry practices it found suspect.

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Bryan College Athletics

Student drains half-court shot to win $10,000

A soccer player who had never played basketball before sinks a layup, free throw, 3-pointer and a half-court shot to win $10,000.

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Suit seeks minimum wage for student athletes

Should college athletes at least be paid the same minimum wage as the students who usher at their games or sell refreshments to fans?

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China catches 2,440 high-tech exam cheats

Full marks for ingenuity.

Some 2,440 Chinese students taking a national exam have been caught using high-tech cheating gear that wouldn't be out of place in a spy film.

According to state media, invigilators detected abnormal radio signals that were…

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Maryland to coaches: No bonus if athletes failing

Coaches at state universities in Maryland have a new financial incentive to make sure their players perform in the classroom as well as on the field

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Kids successfully petition to extend trick-or-treat hours

Big Creek Elementary students can be pretty persuasive. Last week, 53 first graders from the school in Middleburg Heights, Ohio, marched to city hall to ask Mayor Gary Starr to extend the hours for trick or treating this Halloween.

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