At Grand Valley State University’s commencement ceremony, graduating students were asked to spell out the pronunciations of their hard to say names.
Kelsey Elise just happened to slip in ‘freaking awesome‘ into her name, prompting the auditorium to burst out in laughter when the announcer actually fell for her spelling prank. The story is featured on HuffPost and TheDailyWhat.
If you’re prone to nightmares, you should probably try your best not to fall asleep in class. You might have an outburst in the middle of a quiet lecture, like one student at Stony Brook University.
The professor noticed the student napping in the front row, so he made a loud snoring sound as a joke. The noise must have jolted the napper, because he literally jumped up screaming, not knowing what was going on for a moment.
Now more than ever, young people are questioning whether or not it’s worth going to college. For decades, college has been pushed on the youth as the end all, be all for success in life.
But is that true? Is college right for everyone? With tuition prices growing exponentially, and less and less high-paying jobs available upon graduation, the question stands stronger than ever.
Education is great for everyone, that’s not the issue. Perhaps it is modern schooling–where every student is simply a product to be replicated on an assembly line by propagandists–that is the core of the problem…