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Stella McCartney Receives Honorary Fellowship From Her Alma Mater


You go gurl!

As promised, Stella McCartney received her honorary fellowship from the University of Arts London on Tuesday at London's Royal Festival Hall.

Dressed in black and purple graduation garb, the designer graciously accepted the degree before announcing her plans to establish a scholarship for fashion students at her alma mater, Central Saint Martins.


Congrats, Stella! You deserve it!

[Image via Lia Toby/WENN.]

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Jane Lynch Launches Website About College Debt

Filed under: Tech TalkEducational


Jane Lynch, our favorite funny lady, has launched a website meant to help educate students, those heading for college and their families about college finance.

The site is called

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Homeless Teen Destined For Harvard


No one could imagine Dawn Loggins, considered a high school drop out just two years ago, would be prepping to enroll in one of the top ivy league schools in the country come this September.

No one except Dawn Loggins.

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Justin Combs Defends His UCLA Scholarship

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Justin Combs is the son of Diddy.

He also received a $54,000 scholarship to UCLA to play football.

Should those two facts correlate?

Some tax payers are raving mad that the son of the multimillionaire got a full ride to a top-tier university, but the young man doesn't think he has anything to apologize for.

Here's what he said:

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Diddy's Son's Free Ride At UCLA Angers Peeps

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Uh oh.

Justin Combs, the son of the insanely successful rapper Diddy, is facing intense scrutiny for his $54,000 UCLA scholarship to play football.

No one is denying the freshman's credentials for the scholarship since he was a straight A student in high school and is apparently a wicked good football player.

The problem for many people is that

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