If there's one thing you can say about politics, it certainly brings out the best in people.
As you can see in the above video, a political "debate" went awry when a University of Oregon Professor physically pushed two students subsequent to making "racists remarks" towards them...
You've surely heard it said that so-and-so has "dedicated his life to learning." But it would be hard to find anyone more dedicated to the pursuit of knowledge than 71-year-old Michael Nicholson, who is currently working on his 30th college degree.
Humorous academic superlatives are generally handed out in high school yearbooks. Maybe it's best to keep it that way because a "Catastrophe Award" for having the most homework excuses given to a third grader at Desert Springs Academy in Arizona is causing controversy.
This supercut video of movie characters reciting all 50 state capitals combines the best of viral videos with the basics of a fourth-grade geography class.
Check it out below, and see how stars of films like 'Ferris Bueller's Day Off' and 'Forrest Gump' handle capital cities from Pierre, SD to Montpelier, VT.
14-year-old Virginia high school student Brian Thompson thought it would be hysterical to run down the sideline during a football game dressed as a banana. We agree, kind of funny, but unfortunately the school and local police didn't find the stunt as amusing and had the kid arrested.
Forever 21 might think that girls are allergic to algebra, but this young lady proves that she's a math fiend by reciting the first 100 digits of pi. While solving a Rubik's Cube. With 15 books balanced on the top of her head.