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Jul 24, 2019

Here is Why the New ‘Mighty Thor’ Is Female

As we all saw at the Marvel Studios Saturday panel, at the San Diego Comic-Con, we saw that fans of...

Jun 29, 2018

The University of Pennsylvania Acknowledges Its Racist Past

The University of Pennsylvania formally announced an initiative to acknowledge its own deeply racist history last Friday. Originally, this issue...

Feb 22, 2018

'Drunk History' Renewed For A Sixth Season

Raise your glasses high everyone! Comedy Central’s Drunk History has been renewed for a sixth season. Less than a month...

What the COED Staff Would’ve Been Doing 100 Years Ago

See those guys? They’re painters hanging out on the Brooklyn Bridge back in 1914. Yeah, that would’ve been us back...

Apr 25, 2012

Adolf Hitler’s Birthday and 4 Other Historical 420 Buzzkills

April 20th, better known as 420, is a day of global jubilee, when good people from around the world celebrate,...

Apr 20, 2012

When Should You Ask For A Girl’s “Number”? [HE SAID/SHE SAID]

The magic number = how many people you’ve slept with, know in the biblical sense, taken to pound town, the...

Apr 11, 2012

Apr 4, 2012

Wilmer Valderrama and the Top 7 A**-Getting Assclowns

What do Minka Kelly, Lindsay Lohan, and Scarlett Johannson all have in common? The fact that they’ve all been with...

Oct 20, 2011

The 6 Scariest Colleges in America

Everywhere large groups of college kids go; even larger amounts of bullsh*t are sure to follow. But it’s getting to be the time of year again where it becomes harder to brush off those ghost stories as BS. If it seems so unlikely, why don’t you go check it out…by yourself…at night? If this seems out of the question, why not just check out The 6 Scariest Colleges in America in our killer slideshow below... but beware, the last person to use our slideshow had their eyeballs explode and now haunts our office. And she's got this super annoying moan. Check our list after the jump.

Apr 28, 2009

Win a $100 Amazon Gift Card From Shmoop.com!

When you're neck deep studying for finals, cramming in chapters and writing papers, anything that can help you get a handle on your course-load can make all the difference. Luckily for you, Shmoop.com has your back. Loaded with more than 230 topics in literature, US history, and poetry as well as essay writing, Shmoop breaks down course content...