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American college students are giving their dorm bedrooms violent makeovers — check out the best ones we’ve seen

Every year, incoming college students create magic by transforming tasteless concrete bedrooms into glamorous pads. This year is no different.  Extreme dorm designs became a trend when Ole Miss freshmen Abby Bozeman and Lindy Goodson remade their first-year dorm into a desirable home-away-from-home.  “We wanted the room to be friendly and comforting …

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Harvard president rips the Trump Administration’s end of DACA: ‘This cruel policy recognizes neither justice nor mercy’

Harvard president Drew Faust, pictured, condemns the decision to end DACA. AP Photo/Charles Krupa Harvard President Drew Faust harshly condemned the Trump Administration’s decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.  “This cruel policy recognizes neither justice nor mercy,” Faust wrote in an email to community members shared with Business …

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Take a demeanour inside a Russian school where middle-schoolers learn to fire attack rifles along with normal classes

The middle-schoolers punch for conditioning and learn correct purloin form.REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko At The General Yermolov Cadet School in Stravropol, Russia, academics and military training start side by side. The state-run school, named after Alexei Yermolov, a former Russian ubiquitous and favourite of the Caucasus War, blends a normal educational march bucket …

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