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Light Stage X: Making A Digital Human Takes Lights, Camera, Action (VIDEO)

Cara Santa Maria | May 14, 2012 | Science
Have you ever wondered just how they make digital characters like Benjamin Button? Apparently, the trick is all in the lighting.

San Francisco Teacher Strike: Educators Approve Strike By 97 Percent At UESF Meeting

Robin Wilkey | May 11, 2012 | San Francisco
San Francisco teachers voted to approve a strike by 97 percent at a United Educators of San Francisco (UESF) General Membership meeting on Thursday night. The strike approval is the first in San Francisco in six years. The UESF organized the vote in response to the San Francisco Unified...

Gov. Bev Perdue's Budget Could Save Nation's Top State-Funded Early Childhood Program, Children's Advocates Say

Saki Knafo | May 11, 2012 | Parents
Children's advocates are applauding the latest state budget in North Carolina, hailing it as the latest victory in a long and drawn-out battle over the future of pre-kindergarten programs in a state that was once to early childhood education what Michigan was to cars and Mississippi was to...

Mother's Day 2012: HuffPost Teen Bloggers And Editors Share Advice From Mom

Carolyn Gregoire | May 13, 2012 | Teen
If there's one thing that moms are always good for, it's some great free advice. When you think about it, you might be surprised at how much your mother's words have guided you in your everyday life. From making sure you eat your vegetables and brush your teeth to...

Troy Mayor's Anti-Gay Post Inspires Lesbian Mom To Create Anti-Bullying Film

Simone Landon | May 11, 2012 | Detroit
By Jen Anesi Bullying. It's a hot topic, it's seemingly everywhere, and it's the focus of award-winning Birmingham filmmaker and lesbian mom Amy Weber's upcoming film, The Bully Chronicles. "In light of the past events with Mayor Daniels, as well as for kids across this country struggling each and every...

Heather Michelle New, Teacher, Under Fire For Playing Explicit Rap Song "Rack City" In Class

Laura Hibbard | May 11, 2012 | Education
Heather Michelle New, a teacher at Crooms Academy of Information Technology in Sanford, Fla., has been placed on five-day unpaid suspension after playing the highly explicit rap song "Rack City" by Tyga to her high school class, the Orlando Sentinel reports. According to the paper, the song...

Jay 'Corey' Jones, Gay Minnesota Teen, Commits Suicide After Allegedly Being Bullied

Curtis M. Wong | February 2, 2016 | Queer Voices
Friends and family are mourning the loss of a Minnesota teen who jumped to his death last Sunday after allegedly being tormented by classmates for being gay. As the Rochester Post-Bulletin is reporting, 17-year-old Jay 'Corey' Jones of Rochester, Minn. had suffered severe depression after being...

Obama Campaign Talks Values Before Mitt Romney Liberty University Speech

Andrea Stone | May 11, 2012 | Politics
WASHINGTON -- One day before Mitt Romney is scheduled to give the commencement address at Liberty University, the director of religious outreach for President Barack Obama's re-election campaign said that when it comes to values that are important to religious Americans, there is "a strong contrast" between the...

School Lunch Debt: Districts Taking To Collection Agencies, Meal Swap-Outs To Stave Off Unpaid Bills

Emmeline Zhao | August 15, 2012 | Education
Americans are likely hearing from debt collectors more in recent years than in the past, but a practice that may become even more common: debt collecting for unpaid school lunches. A lot of school-aged kids are getting free lunches -- not because they are backed by the government's free and...

CUNY To Open Mexican-American Institute Amidst Arizona Ethnic Studies Controversy

Laura Steiner | May 11, 2012 | Latino Voices
The City University of New York (CUNY) is starting an institute devoted to the study of Mexican and Mexican-American studies, with a focus specifically on the New York region, according to a report by The New York Times. The center, called the CUNY Mexican Studies Institute, based...

Carlos Eugene Cain, Jr. And Devon Ewing, Doss High School Students, Arrested For Filming Up Teacher's Skirt, Posting Online (VIDEO)

Laura Hibbard | May 13, 2012 | Education
Carlos Eugene Cain, Jr. and Devon Ewing, both 18, face class D felony charges of video voyeurism after they used a cellphone to film up a Doss High School teacher's skirt and posted the video on YouTube, WAVE 3 reports. Warrants obtained by the station state that...

University Of California Report Details How To Avoid Violent Altercations With Protesters

Tyler Kingkade | May 11, 2012 | College
If there's one thing the University of California's administration can improve upon, it could be summed up in one word: communication. That's according to a new report released Friday on how to avoid violent confrontations with student protesters on campus in the future. Back in November, videos...
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