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It is time for recruitment at Shippensburg University and all the fraternities and sororities are buzzing about what event they have coming up next and encouraging students to join.
John Scott, a player in the National Hockey League (NHL), was chosen by fans to participate in the All-Star competition from Jan. 30-31, which took place in Nashville, Tennessee.
At the time of this writing, Super Bowl season is about to come to an end. The Denver Broncos and the Carolina Panthers will have duked it out in the biggest game in the world, with the winner taking home the Lombardi trophy and bragging rights as the greatest football team of the 2015-2016 season.
The iconic Barbie doll will be getting an overdue makeover, Mattel announced on Jan. 28.
Not since rapper Meek Mill fired hypothetical shots at fellow hip-hop sensation Drake has there been a beef as cold as Donald Trump vs. the Fox News channel.
The town of Flint, Michigan has been in a federal state of emergency since Jan. 16 because of their lead-tainted water, according to USA Today.
The Flint River was previously used as a source of drinking water for the town’s residents.
The start of a new year in the entertainment industry is a time for awards shows galore. Artists, actors, producers, directors — all are celebrated in a slew of awards shows that draw millions of views on national television.
Will Smith and his wife Jada Pinkett Smith are choosing not to attend the Oscars, in protest.
It has been over a year since multiple sexual assault allegations from dozens of women against Bill Cosby were made public, and the man has just now been charged legally.