School News Archive
Amanda Bynes might be headed back to school — this time at the University of Southern California!
Bynes, who once attended the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising in San Diego, recently announced her plans to transfer to USC.
The actress tweeted:
UPDATE: Actually, No, That 17-Year-Old Didn't Make $72 Million From Trading Stocks! In Fact, It Was All A Lie.
UPDATE: Islam told the New York Observer that his entire story was fabricated. The coverage he received was "hyped up beyond belief." Islam says his dad wants to disown him and his mom said she'd never talk to him again.
You know how we reported on that 17-year-old who made $72 Million from trading stocks early Monday?
Well, it turns out that might all be a lie!
While Mohammed "Mo" Islam DOES have $72 Million in his bank account, we're hearing most of that might just be from
High School Student Is Worth $72 MILLION After Trading Stock During Lunch Breaks? Meet The Teen Wolf of Wall Street…
Mohammed "Mo" Islam, 17, is a high student at New York's prestigious Stuyvesant High School.
He's also a multimillionaire and not even legally an adult.
He's apparently a real life teen Wolf of Wall Street… that just gave us a great idea for a crossover film about a young, stock trading werewolf…
Anyway, Mo allegedly has made around $72 million trading stocks in crude oil futures and gold futures during his lunch breaks! That's nuts!!
He's bought himself a
A plethora of Twitter messages from students in school have arisen lately that may make either chuckle or not chuckle at all.
We guess the food being served around Thanksgiving has made a lot of students mad because they're not feeling stuffed at all after they eat.
Which, for anyone who has had to deal with a food coma on the day of thanks, may be a good thing.
But the students have used their creative magic and access to the world through the internet to create a hashtag that has been uniting all unhappy school lunch eaters nationwide!
And that hashtag is #ThankMichelleObama!!!
This isn't the first time students have expressed their unhappiness with lunches, but the photographic proof was definitely making it seem like these lunches are a bit skimpy and don't always look so appetizing (above)