As non-emergency surgeries were postponed and fill-in medical technicians were brought in from out of state, thousands of employees walked off the job Tuesday at the UC Davis Medical Center and four other University of California hospitals.
If you're a member of the Class of 2013 and want to some day be rich enough to own your own island, you may want to pay attention to Virgin Group founder Richard Branson's advice.
Given that we’re two days away from summer, it’s time to release our BroBible Travel Guides. All summer long we’ll be releasing guides to your favorite travel locations. The guides are intended on being a cheat sheet on food, drink, and fun that can be had in that city. We’ll unveil one each day before Memorial Day Weekend and then one every week after that for the rest of the summer.
If you don’t like the Mighty Ducks movie franchise, then you’re living life all wrong and Gordon Bombay would never want to bang your mom.
Before they got famous, Blake Anderson, Adam DeVine, Anders Holm, and Kyle Newacheck were just Internet comedians. Operating under the group name Mail Order Comedy, the four guys gained some underground recognition with their borderline-surreal comedy—"Religious Dad," which featured DeVine having a Chris Farley-esque freakout, is a perfect example—and, if anything, the group was just going all-out trying to get noticed by someone like, say, Comedy Central. (They needed a few bucks on a better fake beard.)
At a time when students and families are seeking value in higher education, programs cost too much and too often fail to deliver on their promise of a better, more productive life. This doesn't surprise me, considering we're working with a higher education model that hasn't changed dramatically in hundreds of years: Academic years are divvied up into semesters, which are made up of courses, for which students earn credits. When students have slogged through enough semesters to earn plenty of credits, they are granted a degree or some sort of credential.
The comedian's name is Jay Ward. Bar legend after this one.
Th summer of Lil Dickey is upon us. The University of Richmond grad is killing it like no one else on YouTube right now. This afternoon every Bro's new favorite Bro rapper dropped his very best work to date about what it's like to be a white dude. He's Bro look and routine down PAT: Snap backs, BMW, tennis, bowl to smoke kush out of, vintage Suns throwback jersey. This is, like, 93% of BroBible's audience. From now on when people ask me to define what a Bro is, I'll just flat out refer them to Lil Dicky.
Many avid readers are also avid writers. It only makes sense that someone who loves the beauty of language would want to make a craft of it.
Dear Dance Student circa 2013:
Arianna Huffington: Well-Being, Wisdom, Wonder, and Giving Back: My Commencement Speech to Smith College's Class of 2013
Thank you so much, President Christ, the Board of Trustees, distinguished alumnae, members of the faculty, devoted parents and friends, and especially the fabulous Smith College class of 2013. Congratulations. You have reached the light at the end of the tunnel. And I'm sure that when you first arrived at Smith you never would have imagined that at the other end of that tunnel would be a lady talking to you from behind a podium in a funny accent. This accent, incidentally, was the bane of my existence -- until, that is, I moved to New York in 1980 and met Henry Kissinger, who told me not to worry about my accent, because you can never, in American public life, underestimate the advantages of complete and total incomprehensibility.
When high schooler Chelesa Fearce had to study for exams at night, she would read her books using the light from her cell phone because it was dark in her homeless shelter.