The women are all members of the Afro Chapter of Naturalistas at Southern Illinois University
Here's a pretty funny prank some collage kids pulled!
Anti-Piracy at its Best!
A man going by the pseudonym of Ed Dante has written an illuminating account on his life as a career cheater. His clients include ESL students, hopeless dummies, and spoiled, lazy rich kids:
Ivy League schools aren't just places for people to row and sip their drinks out of glasses normal people would never use (i.e. snifters). They also the place for trolling on a grand scale. Just take a look at these Trolls de la Resistance!
Fatherhood is difficult, especially when you're an octopus. That is the moral of the 2011 IGF Student Showcase winner Octodad, available for free from its website. This hilarious little title was created by a team of interactive media students at DePaul University in Chicago, and is the latest in a stream of successful indie games to come out of collegiate video game design programs. In fact, it's so successful that a sequel is in the works.
As a USC student with limited funds, I'm always trying to figure out how to make the most out of my night when I go out. LA is great because there is so much going on for little to no cash if you know where to look. Echo Park/Silver Lake definitely has the most options, see below for my breakdown.
Music theory, for any musician, is EXTREMELY important to know if you expect playing in any form of professional capacity. But if you can't afford to go to Berklee College of Music or Musician's Institute, then you can get almost the same education in this great video! In this video you will learn the basics of the minor Blues scale, 12 tone technique, polychords, chordal chords, and tone clusters. Truly amazing work and make sure you have a pen and piece of paper to take notes!
Jon Fitch, one of the stars of UFC, has a long background in traditional wrestling. In this video Joanne of MMA Girls and he will teach you an a inside trip variation takedown he learned in college wrestling that translates well to MMA.
Are you in college? Too lazy to make a proper meal? Too cheap or poor to go out to dinner? But, still have that sophisticated pallet, this video will show you exactly how to eat like you deserve and make yummy super cheesy stuffed burgers to enjoy any night of week. Don't be afraid to enter the kitchen, after watching this video you'll be eager to have dinner guest.
Are you in college? Too lazy to make a proper meal? Too cheap or poor to go out to dinner? But, still have that sophisticated pallet, this video will show you exactly how to eat like a king and make a perfectly juicy meatloaf to enjoy any night of week. Don't be afraid to enter the kitchen after watching this video you'll be eager to have dinner guest.
Need to stop procrastinating? Well, this is a very good guide on how to be disciplined. Why be one of the ninety percent of college students who procrastinate when you can be one of the ten percent who don't?
Lawrence Perez, from Saddleback College, and his assistant Charlie, give this arithmetic lesson on adding with an abacus. Who needs an electronic calculator anyway?
Lawrence Perez, from Saddleback College, and his assistant Charlie, give this beginning-algebra lesson on writing lines in slope intercept form. M is the slope, and b is the y intercept.
This video represents the fusion of two humorous web-video-how-to institutions: Scam School and Hack College. What cause could bring these two titans together? Why, using tricks and pranks to hit on women at bars of course! This video will show you how to use a very clever trick to get the phone numbers of people who may not give them to your otherwise. All you need is a very special pen...
These days, pennies are useless when it comes to buying things, and that's why Canada doesn't even have any anymore. But, there are a lot of cool things you can do with those worthless pennies, and what's better than a good old-fashioned prank?
Ernie from "Sesame Street" loved his rubber duckies. In fact, there was seldom a scene in his bathtub - or even outside of it - where he was seen without his beloved bright yellow rubber ducky. We think he may have even loved it more than he loved Bert (just kidding).
Is all that sunbathing you did as a college freshman finally catching up with you? Around your 30s and 40s all the sun damage you have accumulated over your lifetime finally starts taking its toll, resulting in a sudden influx of fine and deep lines, sagging skin, and mottled texture.
Jungle Juice is a college frat party classic. In this tutorial, learn how to dump all of the left over liquor and juice in your kitchen and make this intoxicating cocktail.
Are you in college? Too lazy to make a proper meal? Too cheap or poor to go out to dinner? But, still have that sophisticated pallet, this video will show you exactly how to eat like your in beautiful Mexico and make tasty fish tacos in the microwave, to enjoy any night of week. Don't be afraid to enter the kitchen, after watching this video you'll be eager to have dinner guest.
Right out of the box, iPhone is incredibly easy to use. If you want to get the most out of every feature, you’ve come to the right place. This video tutorial straight from Apple will teach you how to shop iTunes on the Apple iPhone 3G. The iPhone redefines what a mobile phone can do.
This anatomical look of the human body will have you dissecting a cadaver to see the superficial limbs. This video tutorial is basically just skinning the upper and lower limbs.
If you failed your anatomy class in that medical college you so dearly paid for, you might want to think about taking it again. To help you out, just watch this video tutorial on dissecting a human, concentrating on the pelvic outlet. So, get out your scalpel and learn how to cut away to the bladder and the pelvic outlet, in which we see a split pelvis, which is a pelvis in which the symphysis pubis is absent and the pelvic bones are separated, usually associated with exstrophy of the bladder.
See how to find the formula for an arithmetical sequence in college-level algebra given two terms in this free video college-level algebra lesson. From Ramanujan to calculus co-creator Gottfried Leibniz, many of the world's best and brightest mathematical minds have belonged to autodidacts. And, thanks to the Internet, it's easier than ever to follow in their footsteps (or just finish your homework or study for that next big test).
Box Seats! Put the art back in party furniture with collapsible tables and stools.
First off, don't be frustrated. YOU CAN DO IT! Contrary to the message in the image above, it's NOT over. It's just beginning. And when it comes to solving the New York Times crossword puzzle, the old cliche does apply: practice makes perfect.
If you're a college student, then you're super busy all the time. Between running around to classes, hanging around with friends, fraternity parties, volunteering, and work there's very little time to devote to preparing a healthy meal.
June is graduation month, and while for a lot of youngsters that means leaving one phase of their lives behind in order to pursue newer and greater things at college/the workplace, for their relatives and friends that means cards, presents, and money.
Thanks to the influx of purse-sized digital cameras and wads of blurry, hastily taken drunken photos posted on Facebook by partying college students, the quality of photography by the masses has gone down the deep end.
Are you in college? Too lazy to make a proper meal? Too cheap or poor to go out to dinner? But, still have that sophisticated pallet, this video will show you exactly how to eat like rich person and make these delicious meat lover wraps to enjoy any night of week. Don't be afraid to enter the kitchen after watching this video you'll be eager to have dinner guest.
It is usually less expensive and fresher to purchase a whole chicken as opposed to pieces. In this two part tutorial, learn how to cut up a whole chicken for cooking with Rob Hinsley, head of Hospitality & Catering at Stoke on Trent College in the UK.
This video teaches you a wonderful alternative to eating ramen noodles, or eating on a budget. This creative easy to make dish is great for a college student, or anybody unfamiliar of the kitchen. Sick of those simple flavored ramen noodles? Well this tutorial shows you how to spruce up this dish in no time for yourself or your guest.
Learn to cross country ski with a focus on diagonal stride with this 3 minute video by Keith Nicol, Level 4 CANSI instructor. Brought to you by Rossignol and Infinity Poles and Sir Wilfred Grenfell College. This is a technique used in classic XC skiing. It is like the Nordic Track. Try to glide as long as possible to move down speedily the track.
Velvety on the inside, crisp on the outside, great French toast is like the delicious love child of bread and custard. Here's how to make it yourself. (Plus it is cheap and easy to make! Great for college students)
This video sewing tutorial gives a clear and complete demonstration of how to correctly sew an invisible zipper. Included are tips and materials needed. Learn how to sew with the help of this instructional video and OTIS College of Art and Design.
A short guide to understanding the basics of the US election process. Want to know how the electoral college works and what your vote really means this election year? Find more about the Obama v. McCain battle in Plain English.
Lawrence Perez, from Saddleback College, and his assistant Charlie, give this two-part calculus lesson on integrating with special substitutions; rational functions with sine and cosines: Karl Weistrass method.
Lawrence Perez, from Saddleback College, and his assistant Charlie, give this intermediate-algebra lesson on logarithms, the bare basics of them. Know nothing about logarithms? Well, you've come to the right place.
Lawrence Perez, from Saddleback College, and his assistant Charlie, give this intermediate-algebra two-part lesson on logarithmic applications, chemistry acids and bases. If you've never taken chemistry, well, you should probably go and take it first.
Lawrence Perez, from Saddleback College, and his assistant Charlie, give this pre-algebra two-part lesson on scientific notation. Find out what scientific notation actually is, and see how to work with it.