Louisiana Teacher Gave Students Special Brownies

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Louisiana teacher Camille Brennan allegedly gave two female students brownies laced with marijuana on May 1st. One of their parents reported it the same day. Brennan has admitted to giving students the brownies and has resigned from her job as a teacher. She has been arrested on two counts of distribution of marijuana and two counts of contributing to the delinquency of a juvenile but other charges may also be filed as the investigation continues. 

Here's Stephen Colbert's Newest Great Graduation Speech

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Stephen Colbert delivers a commencement speech to the students of Wake Forest University in North Carolina and it's as funny as you might expect a graduation speech by Stephen Colbert to be.   

Video of the Coolest Chemistry Class Ever

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This teacher does some really cool stuff with science but you should probably bring some eye protection to class.

Watch College Students Experiment With Lava

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This video shows some of the small experiments that students are doing with very small, controlled lava flows.

Student Interrupts Standardized Testing With DDoS Attack

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A 17-year-old Idaho student reportedly hired someone to overwhelm his school districts computer system with a Distributed Denial of Service attack. A spokesperson for the school district told KTVB that the DDoS attack restricted many schools access to the internet but did not go after any student's data. The general havoc caused by the interruption of service at schools caused many students to lose their work while taking the Idaho Standard Achievement tests. You might think that getting to take a break from standardized testing would be cause to celebrate but that is not the case. Some kids have had to re-take the test more than once during the week and a half that the DDoS attacks took place. The student responsible has been suspended and recommended for expulsion. The teen will most likely serve up to 180 days in a juvenile detention center for the state felony charge that this offense carries and may be facing federal felony charges as well.