The Maccabeats -- a Jewish a cappella group at Yeshiva University -- did a fabulous remake of Taio Cruz's "Dynamite." It's called "Candlelight" and here's my favorite line: "I flip my latkes in the air sometimes. Sayin ayy ohh. Spin the dreidel."
Starting next fall, George Washington University in the District will allow male and female students to live in the same room or suite in nearly all of its residence halls. Dozens of colleges across the country have begun to offer gender-neutral housing, as it is called, but usually the option is only available to upperclassmen or those living in apartment-style halls.
Starting at 1 p.m. today, I will be online with American University librarian William "Bill" Mayer to answer all of your last-minute studying, researching, paper-writing questions. (And anything else college-related you want to know.)
For the past few days, I have been reading hundreds and hundreds of tweets about finals and other end-of-the-semester rituals. And you will never guess what students are saying: OMG, they are stressed out!
Some colleges recruit their most beautiful students to promote the school in videos. Others parade around coaches, mascots or famous alum. Beloit College in Wisconsin went with its army of campus squirrels. Yes, squirrels.
College students have organized clubs for everything. Everything. And here's the latest example: A group of University of Maryland students have started a competitive eating club.
Last week, I heard about the company Whipped Lightening, which produces cans of Whipahol in at least nine flavors, including hazelnut espresso and white chocolate raspberry.
College counselors and student affairs officials usually chuckle as they explain a phenomenon they see year after year: Thanksgiving break ending with broken hearts. "We call that the good old Turkey Drop."