A University of Virginia first-year student was hospitalized for four days this month after chugging a bottle of soy sauce at the Zeta Psi fraternity house, according to court documents.
More and more fraternities are hiring chefs with impressive resumes to cook gourmet meals for dozens of college guys, the Wall Street Journal reported this morning. And the chefs seem to love the new positions -- better hours, less drama in the kitchen and thankful diners who are thrilled for a break from chicken wings.
A few weeks ago I received the book, "Crazy U: One Dad's Crash Course in Getting His Kid into College," and groaned. Great, I thought, another book written by another Baby Boomer for fellow Baby Boomers about what the admissions process means to them (and not, you know, their college-bound children).
Obviously, spring break is on the minds of many, and Yahoo! has seen a spike in the number of searches for "spring break" and "spring break packages" this week. Here's a Q&A with a travel writer and an attorney who represents college students.
Well, here's a summer gig that promises to be memorable: Charlie Sheen tweeted this afternoon that he's looking to hire "a #winning INTERN with #TigerBlood."
The lives of college students revolve around technology -- yet not enough are studying computer science to keep up with industry demand.