Hazing has been a part of college life as long as colleges have existed. There was even a case of hazing as far back as 1495 at a college in Leipzig, Germany. And while the Greek system claims its purpose is to strengthen bonds between pledges and their newfound brothers and sisters, more often than not, hazing teeters on the edge of harassment and violent abuse.Read Full Story
There are a lot of words in the English language that we use every day that don't really mean what we think. Sometimes we get lucky and dictionaries add our definitions, at least as informal uses, but if you don't want to end up in a lengthy convo with that guy in your office who knows everything, commit these to memory.Read Full Story
It's not every day that you get advice about leaving your handbag around unattended from the very person who noticed it, then stole it. That's right, a thief who stole a group of girls' unattended belongings gave them a stern warning after one of the girls began talking to the thief via text message.Read Full Story
It happens to the best of us. We've sent a raunchy text message meant for a boyfriend and it accidentally lands in the inbox of a parent. Or you write a text message complaining about a person and then send it to the person you were having a good bitch about. Could it get any more awkward?Read Full Story
Terrible news out of Europe suggests that the co-pilot of Germanwings flight 9525 that crashed in the Alps earlier this week may have done it on purpose. If true, it lends a new level of horror to a story that is already devastating and tragic.Read Full Story
Sweden is one of the leading countries when it comes to gender egalitarianism and it's taken another step in the right direction this week by announcing the introduction of a gender-neutral pronoun in the new edition of the nation's official dictionary.Read Full Story
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