Every week, HuffPost Teen editors round up 5 things they're excited about -- from new video games, to books, to viral videos, to entertainment news. Check out this week's picks in the slideshow below, and email or tweet @HuffPostTeen with your suggestions!

This week, we're LOLing over a hilarious gift idea for the Justin Bieber fan in your life, and also the most awesome scholarship ever (hint: it involves zombies). Honorable mention goes to Kendall Jenner's first Vogue cover and gorgeous photoshoot for Vogue Australia!

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  • This Animal

    In honor of Miley Cyrus's 20th birthday last Friday, PETA offered the animal-loving star an unusual gift: They sponsored a pig named Nora in her honor. Miley <a href="https://twitter.com/i/#!/MileyCyrus/media/slideshow?url=pic.twitter.com%2FnM5LAvEb">tweeted</a> in response, "oh my pigggggyyyyy! She is so cute I can hardly stand ittttttt!!!!"

  • This Scholarship

    Do you have braaaaaains? Then you're eligible for this $1,000 <a href="http://www.themarysue.com/zombie-scholarship/">zombie scholarship</a>! (No, really.) To apply for the "zombie apocalypse scholarship" is awarded to the winning essay submitted on the topic of how you would avoid the brain-eating monsters if a zombie apocalypse hit your high school.

  • This Contraption

    The bike accessory we've all been waiting for is here. That's right -- Trotify, a wooden contraption you add to the front of your bike to make it clop like a horse, is now <a href="http://trotify.com/">available for pre-order</a>. Trot away!

  • This Gift

    For the biggest Belieber in your life, give the gift of a piece of the Biebs' hometown. An enterprising eBay seller is offering a <a href="http://www.refinery29.com/2012/11/39709/justin-bieber-dirt">jar of Stratford, Ontario</a> for just $39.99 a pop.

  • This Keyboard

    A Dutch designer has come to the rescue of our crumb-encrusted keyboards with a device to make eating in front of your computer (it's OK -- we all do it) a whole lot easier. Check out this plate-equipped <a href="http://www.buzzfeed.com/emofly/this-keyboard-makes-sense">keyboard</a> as part of the "Workspaces" exhibition at MoMA in New york.