This Girl Made Her Graduation Dress From Old Homework

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This teenage girl made her dress out of her old homework and donated the money she would have spent on a dress to Malala, a nonprofit for women's education. 

Student Banned From Making His Valedictorian Speech Got to Deliver It on National TV

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Evan Young of Longmont, Colorado was banned from making his valedictorian speech at his own graduation from Twin Peaks Charter Academy High School. He submitted a draft of the speech to administrators and then provided them a revised speech where he made all the changes they asked for but one. He had planned to come out as gay during the speech but the school would not permit him to include any references to his sexual orientation. The principal then called Young's parents about the issue, outing him without his consent in the process.

Ultimately, Young was not allowed to speak at his graduation. He did get the chance to deliver his speech after all at a fundraising event for Out Boulder, a Colorado LGBT advocacy group and on national television on The Nightly Show.

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Graduating? Time to Hit 'em With the Stone Cold Stunner!

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IS THAT MOVE EVEN LEGAL? 

OH MAH GAWD.

YOU CAN'T DO THAT IN THE RING!!!!

THIS GRADUATION IS A REAL SLOBBER-KNOCKER.

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High School Called Out for Shaming Female Students in Graduation Dress Code

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A high school student posted this image on her Facebook page in outrage over her schools graduation dress code guidelines directed specifically toward female students. The detail of expectations and focus on shaming of female students into covering their bodies, particularly if they have any weight related imperfections ("sausage rolls") compared to the much more relaxed guidelines directed toward the "gentlemen" is what some people find so upsetting. The school district has made a response to lament the "unfortunate word choices" that were written in the letter drafted by a long since retired author.