Slate is beginning a series of articles focusing on school records for 395 students who attended the Manhattan Trade School for Girls in the 1920s. The records are more than just grades; they are snapshot of what like was like for young women in New York at the time, mostly daughters of poor immigrants. More here.
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Is it true that every movie can be improved just by adding Tom Selleck's mustache? Watch and judge for yourself.
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Batwoman returns to DC Comics with her own series that has little to do with Batman and Robin. The independent crime fighter has a different style, a different story, and even a different type of adversary.
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The west will never be the same, now that you can round up and lead herds of cattle by remote control vehicle. I think every cow wants to take a turn playing with it.
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IQ and grades aren't the only things students need to succeed. An educator looks at the importance of imparting character, a combination of traits that make a student into a successful adult. (via Neatorama)
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The way I enjoy extreme sports is to watch them on video, but only if the boring parts are edited out. Then please put all the awesome parts together in a compilation like this.
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Qualitest Pharmaceuticals warns women that 1.4 million packs of birth control pills may be ineffective. Here's what you need to know.
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8 Strikes that Turned Ugly (or Inspired Keanu Reeves Movies). Although some would argue those results are not mutually exclusive.