During halftime of Oklahoma’s season opener against Texas-San Antonio Tuesday night, a student made a half-court shot to win free tuition for a year.
In order to get a chance to take the shot, the student needed to make a layup, a free throw and a 3-pointer in 30 seconds. He made the final shot as the buzzer sounded and then proceeded to make the half-court shot.
Back-to-school ads typically have a similar formula: smiling students sporting their new school supplies.
Sandy Hook Promise followed the same formula, but with the addition of the chilling reality of school shootings.
The gun safety advocacy group released a commercial Wednesday that begins like any other back to school ad.
This is the sickening moment when a 14-old-girl’s head was used as a human football by a vicious female bully.
The shocking video, which is believed to have involved two students from Outwood Grange Academy, in Wakefield, West Yorkshire, and was filmed at nearby Wrenthorpe Park.
It was filmed by a watching parent and is believed to have happened recently.
The footage shows the teenager being savagely beaten by the female bully in front of a crowd of classmates.
WILTON, N.H. — A school bus driver in New Hampshire has resigned after driving away as an 11-year-old attempted to get onto a school bus.
The whole thing was caught on home surveillance footage, which showed Bryanna Guitard walking up to board the bus Monday morning when the doors suddenly closed.
ROWLAND HEIGHTS, Calif. – A video showing two girls involved in an altercation with a boy with autism at a California high school Wednesday has drawn outrage online and from community members.
The distressed boy is seen surrounded by a group of girls who laugh while hitting and pulling at him on campus at Rowland High School.
School and university students call for democracy after weekend of violent clashes
Thousands of students wearing helmets, goggles and masks – the unofficial uniform of the protests – filled the grounds of the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK), holding black banners saying, “Boycott for freedom” and periodically shouting, “Reclaim Hong Kong”.
“If you are not a slave, don’t act like one,” said one speaker, a woman introduced only by her surname Chiu, from an alumni group, who urged students to continue to fight for their freedoms. A stage behind her featured part of a saying by Mao Zedong: “A single spark can start a prairie fire.”
“We should not give up, whatever happens,” said Brian Cheung, 16, who has been protesting throughout the summer and came out to support the boycott.