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After having 13 sorority bids denied this year, a UC-Berkeley senior thinks her wheelchair is the cause; A small chemical explosion forced the evacuation of a school building at the University of North Carolina
Asian and Pacific Islander applicants to the University of California system now have 23 ethnic sub-categories to choose from.
Students at the University of North Carolina learn about sexual empowerment.
Raging fires force UC-San Diego to cancel class, while out east, Duke and UNC continue to water nongrassy field hockey fields.
Responding to students' widening waistlines and senses of entitlement, schools like American University and the University of North Carolina-Greensboro are now offering double beds for oft-slumbering students, the Washington Post reports.
In an anniversary year that isn't even a multiple of five, colleges (and their newspapers) across the nation commemorate the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon six years ago.
Forget lead paint and poison dog food, the University of North Carolina is recalling almost 2,000 defective diplomas from alumni who graduated in the spring, the Daily Tar Heel writes. According to their diplomas, students from the College of Arts and Sciences were governed by Madeline Levine, "Dean of the Professional School." Except they're not in the professional school. Actually, there is no professional school. Oops.
A study out of the University of North Carolina shows that young people with an IQ score either below 70 or above 110 are more likely to be virgins than their average-intelligence counterparts.