Princess Diana’s letters: Thousands in cash, millions in memories
Letters recently found from the late Princess Diana of Wales have recently been sold at an auction in the U.K. Most of these letters, worth thousands of pounds altogether, were nothing short of a sentimental memento, including details such as the newfound relationship that had developed between her sons after the birth of younger brother Harry.
Campus threats taken very lightly by students
Bomb threats and emergency protocols have become normal for students. Threats to schools have occurred so often that most students no longer feel threatened during a lock down. Despite the dangers students could be in, students typically are not fazed. They give up on their work and play on their phones during a lock down, like it is a break. Teachers and other faculty often are the only ones concerned and wonder why students are not.
Brace yourself, graduation is coming
The day most kids look forward to their whole lives. They dream about walking across that stage and being out of secondary school for good. The only problem is, not everyone makes it to graduation on time. This does not mean they are five or ten minutes late; more like a month, or even a year, late.
Titans react to Mariah Carey's New Years Eve performance
It wasn’t only the Big Apple that witnessed the performance that ended 2016 on a not so high note. New York is a big city, but live television is even bigger.
Trump begins to fill his cabinet
Thousands throughout the country have responded to President-Elect Donald Trump’s appointments for positions in his cabinet. Many have criticized Trump for his appointment of large donors to his charity as well as current employees at Trump Inc.