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Bus carrying members of UW marching band rolls over on way to Apple Cup

One of three charter buses carrying members of the University of Washington marching band to the Apple Cup in Pullman rolled onto its side Thursday on Interstate 90, according to the State Patrol and social-media posts. No serious injuries had been reported, said Trooper John Bryant, who was on his way to the scene around […]
Tags: News, Education, College Football, Local News, Northwest, Husky Football, Cougar Football, University of Washington, Pullman, State Patrol, John Bryant


Hautelinks: Ariana Grande x Lush, Killer Questions to Ask in a Job Interview, Plus More

Happy Thanksgiving, everyone! Shake off your food coma with a short list of the links we loved this week. In case you didn't see it, you need to check out our epic Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and Thanksgiving Weekend sales list! We'll be updating that all day long, so don't miss it if you're doing any shopping this week!Yessss: Cannot wait for the "Chilling Adventures of Sabrina" holiday special! Anyone else obsessed with this show? (Prudence's style is goals!)Refinery29 lists the absolute best...
Tags: News, College, Rebecca, Netflix, Ariana Grande, Silicon Valley, Victoria, Chanel, Daphne du Maurier, Lauren Conrad, Ariana, Sabrina, Camila Cabello, Hautelinks, Lisa Eldridge


Grace Brethren’s Lontrelle Diggs has 62 TDs in two seasons, still waits for first scholarship offer

Two seasons, 3,793 all-purpose yards and 60 touchdowns. Those are the offensive stats for Grace Brethren senior running back Lontrelle Diggs, but perhaps the most surprising stat: zero scholarship offers. “I’m just patiently waiting. I know God has something great planned for me,” Diggs said. Despite the lack of college interest, which isn’t something Diggs can necessarily control, he is expected to have some control of Saturday night’s CIF Southern Section Division 4 championship game against C...
Tags: College, Sports, Sport, Soccer, Villa Park, Paramount, Grace, High School Sports, Daily News, Henderson, Westlake, Moorpark, Diggs, Antelope Valley, Camarillo, St Bonaventure


How to Wear Minimalist Makeup for the Holidays

Sometimes, looking great is all about embracing simplicity. Whether it's because of finals season, on-campus jobs, staying connected with friends and family, or just doing a lot of holiday shopping, there's no doubt that this is the busiest time of the year. However, with so much going on and so many people to see, it's no time to be lax in looking your best - so that you can go from running into your high school crush while running errands, to taking the perfect first-snow Instagram selfie wit...
Tags: Makeup, Holidays, College, Minimalist, Minimalism, Beauty & Hair


How to Write a Bestselling Page Turner: Learn from The Da Vinci Code Author Dan Brown’s New Masterclass

"Dan Brown visited my English class," remembers the New Yorker's Joshua Rothman. "It happened in the spring of 1998," five years before Brown hit the bigtime with The Da Vinci Code, a thriller best known for its colossal sales numbers. "None of us had heard of Brown, or of his book" — his debut novel, Digital Fortress — "and we were annoying, arty little snooty-snoots. Why would we want to talk with the author of a 'techno-thriller' about computer hackers?" But the class' attitude didn't...
Tags: Google, Writing, College, Stephen King, Online Courses, Dan Brown, Margaret Atwood, Seoul, Judy Blume, Brown, Facebook Twitter, Rothman, Colin Marshall, Joshua Rothman, 21st Century Los Angeles, Ritman Library


The Making of “Bohemian Rhapsody”: Take a Deep Dive Into the Iconic Song with Queen’s 2002 Mini Documentary

Despite being fraught with production difficulties, an absent director, and a critical quibbling over its sexuality politics, Bohemian Rhapsody, the biopic of Freddie Mercury and Queen, has been doing very well at the box office. And though it has thrust Queen’s music back into the spotlight, has it even really gone away? The song itself, the 6 minute epic “Bohemian Rhapsody,” was the top of the UK singles charts for nine weeks upon its release and hasn’t been forgotten since. It’s part ...
Tags: Google, Music, UK, College, Kanye West, Freddie Mercury, Axl Rose, Brian May, Facebook Twitter, KCRW, Roger Taylor, Elstree, Ted Mills, Justin Shirley Smith


5 DIY Holiday Gifts We're Making for Our Loved Ones This Year

Let the season of giving begin!Now that the holiday season is approaching, the question of what to give people is probably on your mind. Hopefully after these past few months of tutorials, you might be thinking of what gifts you could make for people, so I’ve collected a few of my favorites that I’ve seen around the internet, listed from beginner friendly to more advanced. 1. Embroidered Hoop Perfect cup of pumpkin spice for a Starbucks obsessed friend. Not only is this one is super cute, it’...
Tags: Diy, Holidays, College, Gifts, Starbucks, Psl, College Life, Polaroid Calendar Create


Birmingham University staff to boycott UAE campus after jailing of academic

Lecturers in UK will refuse to teach at Dubai outpost after Matthew Hedges sentencingStaff at the University of Birmingham have voted for an academic boycott of its campus in the United Arab Emirates as fears grow for the rights and safety of academics and students following the life sentence given to a Durham PhD student accused of spying in the UAE.The motion passed on Thursday means lecturers based in Birmingham will refuse to teach in Dubai and will not provide the campus with any academic s...
Tags: Politics, UK, Education, UK News, World news, Middle East and North Africa, Higher Education, Trade unions, United Arab Emirates, Dubai, Universities, Birmingham, Uae, Durham, Academics, University of Birmingham


The Illustrated Version of “Alice’s Restaurant”: Watch Arlo Guthrie’s Thanksgiving Counterculture Classic

Alice’s Restaurant. It’s now a Thanksgiving classic, and something of a tradition around here. Recorded in 1967, the 18+ minute counterculture song recounts Arlo Guthrie’s real encounter with the law, starting on Thanksgiving Day 1965. As the long song unfolds, we hear all about how a hippie-bating police officer, by the name of William "Obie" Obanhein, arrested Arlo for littering. (Cultural footnote: Obie previously posed for several Norman Rockwell paintings, including the well-known p...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Twitter, Music, College, Woody Guthrie, Turkey, Army, Marilyn Monroe, Vietnam, William Shatner, Alice, Random, Norman Rockwell, Facebook Twitter, Scott Fitzgerald


The Impossibly Cool Album Covers of Blue Note Records: Meet the Creative Team Behind These Iconic Designs

If you stepped into a record store in the 1950s and 60s, you would likely be drawn almost immediately to a Blue Note release—whether or not you were a fan of jazz or had heard of the artist or even the label. “If you went to those record stores,” says Estelle Caswell in the Vox Earworm video above, “it probably wasn’t the sound of Blue Note that immediately caught your attention. It was their album covers.” Now those designs are hallowed jazz iconography, with their “bold typography, two...
Tags: Google, Art, Photography, Music, Design, College, Jazz, Art Blakey, Miles, Coltrane, Facebook Twitter, Reid, Josh Jones, Wolff, Kinross, Francis Wolff



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