Indian American Students’ Mysterious Deaths Set Off Panic Among U.S. Indian Parents

Chicago, IL – In 2024, concern is rising among Indian parents in the United States due to a string of tragic deaths involving Indian American or Indian students. The deaths of seven students have been reported in this year alone, causing fear and anxiety within the Indian community. The circumstances surrounding the deaths are particularly alarming, as some of the students were reported missing before being found deceased on campus. This pattern of deaths, including …

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Perfectionism: A Cambridge Student’s Struggle to Find Balance in Academia

Cambridge, UK – Perfectionism can be a demanding trait, especially in a competitive academic environment. For one student at the University of Cambridge, the pursuit of perfection collided with the realities of a rigorous workload. Reflecting on the challenges of adapting his perfectionist tendencies to the demanding academic climate, the student shared his insights and struggles with the pressure to excel in an environment that often prioritizes quantity over perfection. The journey of a perfectionist …

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Shocking Video Shows Upper Hutt College Students Violently Attacking Peer

Upper Hutt, New Zealand – The Upper Hutt College community is reeling from a disturbing incident in which two junior students were filmed attacking a senior student during lunchtime. The assault was captured on video and widely shared on social media, sparking outrage and concern among students, parents, and school authorities. The video footage depicts the two younger students violently attacking a senior schoolgirl, as onlookers watched and some even documented the assault on their …

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Michigan Student’s Mother Praises Conviction After Oxford High School Shooting

PONTIAC, Mich. – The mother of Madisyn Baldwin, who tragically lost her life in the Oxford High School shooting in November 2021, has expressed praise for the conviction of Jennifer Crumbley. Nicole Beausoleil considers the guilty verdict as a “monumental history” and emphasized the importance of accountability in this case. Beausoleil believes that the verdict sets a new precedence in the justice system, representing a significant step forward in seeking justice for the victims and …

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MOUAU Staff Escape Through Bush Path as Students Riot Over Tuition Hike

UMUDIKE, ABIA STATE – Staff members at Michael Okpara University of Agriculture in Umudike, Abia State, shared their harrowing experiences during the violent protest by students on Tuesday. The students were demonstrating against a tuition increase, but the school’s management claimed that the protest was infiltrated by troublemakers. Some staff members, however, alleged that they narrowly escaped the wrath of the angry mob by fleeing through a bush path behind the school premises. One staff …

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Guilty Verdict: Michigan School Shooter’s Mother Convicted of Manslaughter in 4 Students’ Deaths

PONTIAC, Mich. – The mother of the Michigan school shooter, Ethan Crumbley, was found guilty of manslaughter for the deaths of four students in an unprecedented trial. Following seven days of testimony, the jury started deliberations on Monday and concluded on Friday. Prosecutors argued that Jennifer Crumbley was grossly negligent for not informing Oxford High School about the family’s possession of guns, notably a 9 mm handgun used by her son in the shooting at …

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Perry High School Principal Dies Protecting Students During School Shooting – Heroic Legacy Lives On

Perry, Iowa – The community of Perry, Iowa is mourning the loss of a beloved high school principal who tragically passed away on Sunday. Dan Marburger, who served as the principal of Perry High School for nearly three decades, succumbed to injuries sustained while protecting students during a school shooting earlier this month. According to the state Department of Public Safety, Marburger acted selflessly to shield his students from harm during the shooting. His courageous …

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Univeristy of Michigan Students for Social Equality Denounce Violent Attack on Socialist Equality Party Activists in Sri Lanka

Mora-watte, Sri Lanka – The International Youth and Students for Social Equality (IYSSE) at the University of Michigan is condemning the violent attack on two members of the Socialist Equality Party (SEP) in Sri Lanka by pro-government thugs. The attack took place on November 30, 2023, at the University of Moratuwa and left the victims with serious injuries. Dehin Wasantha, a veteran university worker and advocate for workers’ rights and socialism, was one of the …

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Iowa High School Principal Killed While Protecting Students in School Shooting

PERRY, Iowa – The principal of Perry High School in Iowa, who was injured while protecting his students during a recent school shooting, has tragically passed away from his injuries. The shooting, which occurred on January 4, left seven people injured, including Principal Dan Marburger. Tragically, an 11-year-old sixth grader named Ahmir Jolliff was killed in the incident. The suspected shooter, who was a student at the high school, died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. …

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Murder Featured in “48 Hours” Special Involved College Students in Austin Beaumont

AUSTIN, Texas – On an episode of “48 Hours,” the shocking story of Jaclyn Edison’s involvement in a murder plot is revealed. Edison, who was on probation at the time of the episode, had just completed a 120-day sentence after pleading guilty to her role in a 2018 murder plot. The episode delves into the crime and the subsequent punishments. The story revolves around the shooting murder of affluent jeweler Ted Shaughnessy in March 2018. …

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