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Mars ONE Will Take Every UWaterloo Student to Mars

One Waterloo alum may soon be sharing his star-stuck reality with 36 thousand other students at the University of Waterloo. The UWaterloo grad Ken Bringer has been shortlisted for a one-way trip to Mars, where lucky participants will set up a colony to conduct valuable research. 367 more words


College Athlete Takes Exam All By His Itty Bitty Self

BATON ROUGE, LA—Reportedly sitting down to the exam without the assistance of any academic advisers or university provided tutors, LSU track star Damien Wilmore took the Economics 103 midterm all by his itty bitty self. 98 more words


Message Screamed At Pedestrian From Moving Car Goes Unreceived

CHAMPAGNE, IL – It was a beautiful day when Frank Quinn decided to take a stroll down the street to the liquor store to pick up a bottle of cheap wine for some day drinking. 175 more words

John Hamm Debuts His New Haircut At the Oscars!

His newly trimmed locks fell gently across his perfect left eyebrow.  He stole the show on the red carpet outside of Los Angeles’ Dolby Theatre on Sunday, Feb. 326 more words


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Moment Of Zen: The Legacy Jon Stewart Leaves To Future Journalists

This article originally appeared on Feb 12 online at EliteDaily.com in conjunction with Elite Daily’s contributing writer network.

Last semester, my journalism professor was leading a broadcast news lecture when he turned to the class and told us to be wary of improvising onscreen, particularly in live shots. 534 more words


Man Loves What He Thinks Classical Music Should Be

John Man, book-owner and bread-squeezer, attended another incredible concert of classical music this week. He found the performance to be exciting, brilliant, and extremely musical, as he usually does. 406 more words