Daily Mail - Australia
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The Herald - Golf
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As summer jobs go, it probably beats fruit picking, labouring, dish washing or handing out flyers for a two-for-one feast at that ropey buffet next to the bookies. Caddying for an Open champion on the European Tour for a few months to earn some pennies before embarking on student life at Stirling University sounds pretty enticing. The fact that said Open champion is also your faither makes it even more appealing. “His mother has made sure he is on a hell of a deal and I’ve never paid a caddie as much in my life,” chuckled Paul Lawrie, who has employed the bag heaving services of his youngest son, Michael, for the busy summer schedule.
Breitbart News
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A lawyer for a student group that interrupted an event at Northwestern featuring an ICE official is "outraged" that the students may be disciplined by the university.
21stCenturyWire
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Duterte has presented himself to voters as a straight-talker who is not part of the Manila elite – someone who can get things done even if he needs to bend the rules to do so. That includes the country’s foreign affairs. “He feels that American influence is too strong, that we’re too dependent on U.S. intervention in anything we do,” said Babe Romualdez, an opinion columnist for The Philippine Star newspaper who has interviewed the candidates one-on-one about their platforms on the U.S. military and relations with China. “He was an activist when he was a student and young lawyer,” Romualdez said. “I get a sense that he’s saying the same things that most of the militants say.” … In Romualdez’s interview with the front-runner, the candidate said “we really dont need the Americans to deal with the Chinese because the Chinese want to talk to us alone.
Daily Mail - USA
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TJ Denham from West Des Moines, Iowa, was among students who took part in Valley High School's graduation last week.
Daily Mail - USA
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Annie Krantz (pictured), 18, died while swimming with three friends at the Whitten Reservoir in Massachusetts, just a day after her high school prom and a week before her graduation.
Daily Mail - Home
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TIME - Top Stories
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She said her friend is Muslim, but she's not. He told us to go back to Saudi Arabia, and he told us we shouldn't be here, to get out of his country, Mangum said. He was just telling us that we basically weren't anything and that we should kill ourselves. The teens moved toward the back of the train, preparing to get off at the next stop. And then we turned around while they were fighting, and he just started stabbing people, and it was just blood everywhere, and we just started running for our lives, Mangum said. Micah David-Cole Fletcher, 21, also was injured in the attack. The student at Portland State University was hospitalized after being stabbed in the neck, and his girlfriend, Miranda Helm, told The Oregonian/OregonLive on Sunday that he was recovering his strength and eating. Telephone messages left at the home of Christian's mother Sunday and Monday were not returned.
The Economic Times
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ABC News - Virginia
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University life has always been somewhat synonymous with poverty. But students and social workers say things are much worse than they used to be, and some students are now dodging debt collectors, diving through bins for food and abandoning their studies completely because of the crippling costs.
Breitbart News
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Al Jazeera
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It's estimated more than 80 billion disposable bamboo chopsticks are thrown away around the world every year. That's more than ten for every person on the planet. Environmentalists say the impact on bamboo forests is devastating. And now a Canadian man has come up with a way to recycle them. Al Jazeera's Daniel Lak reports from Vancouver. - Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe - Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish - Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera - Check our website: http://www.aljazeera.com/
Mashable
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Kleptocracy is lit AF. Political opposition? Lame, according to Russian pop singer Alisa Voxwho, according to a source who talked to Russian news site Meduza , was paid $35,000 by the Kremlin for her new music video. SEE ALSO: France dislikes Trump even more than Putin, so that's reassuring The song is called "Baby Boy," and it's all about the joys of not protesting. Here's a sample of the lyrics, as translated by The Moscow Times : The rest of the song describes a student protester who holds signs with "weak hands," missing classes and getting bad grades because he's a "puppet" of opposition forces who falsely promise him "great riches." Read more... More about Russia , Music Video , Propaganda , Alisa Vox , and Entertainment
Mondoweiss
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The students said they felt uncomfortable attending a conference there, but were told that if they failed to attend they would lose their scholarships and living grants. An email sent to the students by the college stated: “The scholarship is conditional on attendance at the conference and this is an instruction (which isnt negotiable) from the Education Ministry, which funds the scholarships. There is no flexibility in this matter.” ... A student from another college who asked not to attend the conference because it was held in the West Bank received permission not to attend from his college’s program coordinator. He said he was never told his scholarship would be denied or that he would be harmed in any way by not attending the conference. The conferences held by the Education Ministry’s Regev program for outstanding students are held in a different college every year.
Global News
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A Montreal high school student shaved her head right before prom to raise money for cancer in honour of her late eight-year-old cousin.
Daily Mail - Australia
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A 26-year-old student who is studying in Switzerland has shared the distressing experience she endured after her travel insurer referred to her artificial leg as 'baggage'.
The Northern Echo
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A “NON-STATUSmigrant who burgled a student property could not be sent back to his home country as he had no documentation to say where he had come from in the first place, a court was told.
Nottingham Evening Post
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A saucepan to help elderly people with arthritis keep their independence has been designed by a Nottingham student and the inspiration behind the idea was her grandparents.Emma Bucknell, a product design student at Nottingham Trent University, designed the saucepan to make cooking more comfortable for people who have arthritis in their fingers, hands and wrists.It has been made with a plastic handle on one side so you can slide your hand through it, meaning the saucepan can be lifted...
Daily Mail - Australia
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A woman, 23, has revealed the horrifying moment a predator (pictured) held her down and strangled her at a Melbourne bus top amid a wave of sex attacks on the city's public transport.
Seconds Out
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Daily Mail - USA
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Cotswold Journal
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Futurity
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