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Mar 18, 2014

Bar Exam Results October 2013: Criminology Board Topnotcher Places 3rd

Bar Exam Results
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Bar Exam Results: Rudy Ortea places third Credit: LPU Batangas The Bar exam results for the examination taken last October 2013 was released by the Supreme Court on Tuesday, January 18, 2014. According to the SC, there were 1,174 or 22.18% of examinees who passed the October 2013 Board exams. Among the topnotchers include third […]


Mar 18, 2014

Bar Exam Results Philippines: Top 10 Bar examinees October 2013

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The October 2013 Bar Exam Results was released by the Philippines Supreme Court on Tuesday, March 18, 2014. Click here to check out the complete list of Bar Exam Passers. Supreme Court Associate Justice Arturo Brion announced that a total of 1,174 or 22.18% of examinees passed the October 2013 Bar exam. Below is the […]


Aug 13, 2013

1912 eighth grade exam donated to museum is not as easy as it seems (Photo)

1912 eighth grade exam donated to museum is not as easy as it seems (Photo)
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A rare 1912 eighth grade exam was recently donated to Bullitt County History Museum in Kansas. But as one can read some of the questionnaires shown in the photos below, they seem to be not as as easy as one might think, considering that the test was given more than 100 years ago. “We thought […]


Jun 25, 2013

Text President Obama campaign launched, ask questions about student loans and the president will reply

Text President Obama campaign launched, ask questions about student loans and the president will reply
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A new campaign called “Text With The President On Keeping College Affordable” has been launched this Monday, June 24, 2013. This so-called “Text President Obama” program invites all American parents with a college student or even the students themselves can ask the president about student loans. Text With The President ad Image Credit: DoSomething Facebook […]


Apr 4, 2013

Kevin Villanueva graduation photo on parents’ graves goes viral on Facebook

Kevin Villanueva graduation photo on parents' graves goes viral on Facebook
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Manila, Philippines – A college graduation photo on parents’ graves, as shown below, is now going viral on Facebook. Kevin Villanueva recently graduated from Colegio San Juan de Letran Manila, where he took up Information Technology. He posted the photo on his official Facebook page on Sunday, March 31, 2013. Kevin Villanueva on graduation attire, […]


Mar 25, 2013

UCLA coach fired, UCLA Bruins relieves men’s basketball coach Ben Howland after 10 seasons

UCLA coach fired, UCLA Bruins relieves men's basketball coach Ben Howland after 10 seasons
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The University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) relieves its men’s basketball coach Ben Howland. The UCLA coach was fired after 10 seasons, ending the longest term for the team’s coach since John Wooden retired in 1975. A report on the official website of UCLA Bruins on Sunday, March 24, 2013 confirmed the news. UCLA Bruins […]


Mar 22, 2013

Harvard wins vs New Mexico, first ever NCAA tournament win, 68-62

Harvard wins vs New Mexico, first ever NCAA tournament win, 68-62
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Harvard wins over New Mexico on Thursday, March 21, 2013, making a surprise win in the second round of the 2013 NCAA (National Collegiate Athletic Association) men’s basketball tournament, 68-62. This is the first time that Harvard University won the NCAA tournament. Fans celebrate after Harvard wins vs New Mexico Image Credit: NCAA video As […]


Mar 14, 2013

6th Grader Brings $20K To School In Taylor, Michigan, Police Investigates

6th Grader Brings $20K To School In Taylor, Michigan, Police Investigates
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Stack Of Dollars (Not the money in the report) Credit: Petr Kratochvil A 6th grade Michigan student reportedly brought $20k cash to school and started handing out the money to her classmates. As reported at 7 Action News, the ABC TV station in Detroit area, the incident happened at Sixth Grade Academy in the city […]


Mar 8, 2013

100 pounds of Nutella a day allegedly consumed by Columbia University students, school denies reports

100 pounds of Nutella a day allegedly consumed by Columbia University students, school denies reports
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Columbia University students eat 100 pounds of Nutella a day. Well, this is what Columbia College Student Council (CCSC) representatives seemed to have claimed in a report by Columbia Spectator on Tuesday, March 5, 2013. However, the university recently released a statement denying the report. Nutella Image Credit: NutellaUSA.com As noted at ColumbiaSpectator.com, Columbia University […]


Feb 21, 2013

First college to raise $1B in a single year is Stanford University, survey says

First college to raise $1B in a single year is Stanford University, survey says
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Stanford University becomes the first college to raise $1B in a single year, thus setting a new record for college fundraising, according to the latest Voluntary Support of Education (VSE) survey, conducted by Council for Aid to Education (CAE). Harvard University raised more than half only of Stanford‘s funds. Stanford University logo Image Credit: Stanford.edu […]