(U-WIRE) PROVO, Utah – A team of researchers from Brigham Young University has found a new way to help those suffering from anorexia or bulimia. Professors Kent Hatch, Diane Spangler and Steve Thomsen have been working on a new way to determine whether or not someone is suffering from these diseases just by looking at their hair.
(U-WIRE) CHENEY, Wash. – The 9-1-1 tapes involving the dragging death of an Eastern Washington University student were released by authorities. Test results were also released that showed Jerid Sturman-Camyn’s blood alcohol count was 0.23 on the night of his death.
(U-Wire) LINCOLN, Neb. – A few minutes. That’s how long it took Robert Hawkins, 19, to commit the worst single-day killing spree in Nebraska history. By Thursday morning, the families of the eight individuals killed at Omaha’s Westroads Mall on Wednesday were notified.
MEDFORD, Mass. – As the semester comes to a close at Tufts University and students get ready to take off for winter break, they may first find themselves taking off something else: their clothing. Every student — even the purest, most innocent freshman — has heard of the Naked Quad Run, known by university officials as the Nighttime Quad Reception.
(U-WIRE) UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – No wonder Cher never went to college. Aside from her grade-crippling dyslexia, Cher was doomed from the start — all because of her name, according to a new study. Students with the initials C and D earn lower grade point averages than students with different initials, according to a study to be published this month in the journal Psychological Science.