It's true. If you look through all of Jimmy Kimmel's jokes, the truth remains the same: Humboldt University is launching it's marijuana institute. It will be teaching all things weed, including how the ganja affects psychology, sociology, the economy, and more!
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If it just us, or is J.K. Rowling becoming even more inspirational??
Her story in becoming the writer she is today is astounding, and now that she's at an amazing level, she loves doing her part in giving back — she just announced a $16M donation to Edinburgh University to fund a clinic for multiple sclerosis and neurodegenerative disease.
That's not it, though. A new eBook version of her massively successful Tales of Beedle the Bardcompanion book is set to launch!
It'd be pretty cool to be a Chicago Bears star, being able to go places many others can't. Especially that sexy locker room, LOLz!
Brandon Marshall had just gotten a package from the University of Central Florida and wanted to show off the shirt given to him, but inadvertently tweeted a picture that captured his teammate's bare donk in the background!
An Indianapolis Colts cheerleader has stepped up for an awesome cause, and has agreed to shave her head if the mascot can raise $10,000 for cancer research in honor of the team's coach, Chuck Pagano!
Her name is Megan, and the deal is that if they hit that number, she'll shave her head in front of EVERYONE during a home game against the Buffalo Bills!
Pennsylvania's Auditor General Jack Wagner has called for serious changes at Penn State.
And no, we didn't just make up the term auditor general.
Wagner has asked PA's governor, Tom Corbett, and state lawmakers to demand Penn State's "antiquated" power structure be reorganized.
He said that the power at Penn State was cut-off from outside eyes and in the hands of too few people.
Wagner believes that the conspiracy of silence surrounding the Jerry Sandusky sex abuse case would have been uncovered sooner if the distribution of power was different.
A team of researchers at Duke University have made a small cylinder invisible to microwave radiation.
This is far away from cloaking a person, but still pretty significant.
What they did was create a