Nightmarish roommates are a canon event.
This Newly Opened School Is Being Called "The Most Luxurious High School In The World," And The Photos Have My Jaw On The Floor
"Looks like some sh*t from Victorious and Zoey 101."
This Teenage Girl Has Been Caring For Her Sister's Baby Since She Was 14 And Now Wants To Go To College Out Of State. Her Parents Said No, But The Internet Is Begging Her To Go
"I asked why I should stay in a shared bedroom with my sister and young niece for my college years? They said not everything is about what I want and sometimes people make sacrifices for family as they are doing."
I'm Glad I'm Not In School, Because These 12 Teachers Who Wrongly Accused Their Students Of Cheating Are Infuriating
Thank god I'm out of school — my anger issues would not be able to handle this.
"I had a Spanish teacher in high school who gave me an F for the day because I said narwhals are real."
"He Asked If I Could Loan Him $5,000": People Are Begging This Girl To Run After Her Boyfriend Of 3 Months Demanded A Huge Loan
"My boyfriend knows that I have about $55,000 saved up and he also knows that I don’t pay too many living expenses besides fuel, groceries, and a phone bill. But I told him that I wasn’t comfortable loaning him money this early in the relationship,"
The Eve 6 Guy, Max Collins, is back to soothe letter writers’ despair.
"Telling A Teacher How To Pronounce My Name" And 29 Other Deeply Ridiculous Reasons People Got In Trouble At School
"I was marked down a grade because a small piece of my hair was stuck under a piece of Scotch tape on a paper. Teacher said I needed better attention to detail."
"Our Children Deserve Better": An Alabama School Unveiled Active Shooter Safety Rooms In Their Classrooms, And People Say It's Past Time For Gun Reform
"Alabama is deploying safe rooms in school while banning books in schools. The idea seems to be that kids can survive mass school shootings but not reading The Bluest Eye."
People Who Married The "Popular" Kid In School Are Revealing What They're Like Now, And I'm Surprised By Some Of These
"He peaked in high school and didn’t want to let that feeling of popularity go. Divorced after 20 years of marriage."
A harrowing reminder.
"She Used A Birkin As Her Book Bag": People Are Sharing Infuriating Stories About Out-Of-Touch Rich Students At Their Expensive Schools
"Two students couldn't decide if Bali or Cabo was a better place to vacation. They were only first graders in a really expensive Catholic school, btw."
"I'll Die With That Debt": 27 Receipts, Screenshots, And Stories That Show Just How Hard It Is To Pay Off Student Loan Debt
The Supreme Court is hearing arguments concerning whether or not Joe Biden's student loan forgiveness plan is constitutional and, well, it's not looking great. So I need someone to show the justices these 29 receipts, stories, and screenshots that prove just how impossible it can be to pay back student loans.
This Girl's College Admissions Essay About "SpongeBob" Changing Her Life Is Going Viral, And It's Inspiring For All Creative Minds
Kalissa Persaud's college admissions essay not only got her into UCLA and USC — it was also viewed over 7.1 million times on TikTok, touching on both nostalgia and the impact our favorite kids shows still have on us today. "It showed me that my imagination could run wild."
This Student's Assignment Was Due At Midnight. They Turned It In At 11:46 P.M., But Their Teacher Marked It Late, And People Have THOUGHTS
"You must understand that it was handed in on a last-minute basis, which is the reason why you received a late penalty. As a result, I will not be removing the late penalty deduction."
Because ramen isn't going to cut it EVERY night! 🍜
Even if you're broke, you still need add some spice to your school life.
Virginia Commonwealth University Will Change Its Fraternity Rules And Pay $1 Million After A 19-Year-Old Pledge Died
Virginia Commonwealth University also agreed to new requirements for its fraternities and sororities.
I'm all ears...
Any storyline in American Horror Story is a WTF moment.
People Who Went To Strict, Religious Colleges Are Revealing What It Was Really Like, And I'm Speechless At Some Of These Stories
"I attended a Catholic University in New York City. There was such a huge divide between the students and the theology faculty. At our commencement, the guest speaker blamed homelessness on women divorcing their husbands. That did not get a warm response from the graduating class."
"If literally anyone has said, 'You're doing a good job and we're glad you're here,' even once, I would have stayed."
Tell us the real deal about those honor codes.
“Stranger Things” Star Noah Schnapp Has Been Working As A Lifeguard Over The Summer Ahead Of Starting College Because Having A Normal Life Keeps Him "Grounded"
Noah, 17, has an estimated net worth of $4 million after being cast in Stranger Things at the age of 11.
"I am cancelling this Wednesday's office hours so I can go bail a friend of mine out of jail. I apologize for the inconvenience, but I think the inconvenience of being incarcerated is greater than yours will be."
This Woman's Dorm Room Makeover For Her Sister Is Going Mega-Viral, And It's A Masterful Lesson In Interior Design
Alethea Johnson, 29, caught the attention of over 7.3 million viewers when she unveiled her latest makeover: her sister's dorm room. "I’ve always had the craving to design any room I walked in," she said.
Brooke Shields Couldn’t Stop Crying As She Got Super Real About The Pain Of Her Daughter Going Away To College
"There’s something so beautiful about a shared experience,” one person said of Brooke’s tearful post.
“I don’t think any kid actually uses Facebook now.”
The University Of Utah Admitted "Shortcomings" In Its Response To Domestic Abuse Involving Two Students That Ended In One Being Killed
"We trusted the University of Utah with our daughter’s safety, and they betrayed that trust," her parents said. "They knew Zhifan was in serious danger but failed to protect her when she needed it the most."
These Haitians Were Children When A US-Funded Project Evicted Them From Their Land. They Can’t Afford College.
The industrial park opened with big promises and big-name backers like Hillary Clinton and Sean Penn. But for the families evicted from their farmland, the development brought financial ruin.