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school beer science Now You Can Take a Class to Learn How to Brew Beer
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While California State Polytechnic University in Pomona, CA isn't the first university to hold a class on beer, it is the first to sell the beer made by the brewing class on campus. The increased interest in craft beer may be the reason behind growing popularity in college brewing courses. Cal Poly is only the beginning, Colorado State University also plans to start selling its microbrews made by students. 

Since the craft beer industry is growing, David Ryder, chief brewmaster for MillerCoors told CBS Los Angeles, “This could be a natural progression for college programs."

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Staff Makes Student Patiently Wait to Report Fire

The hierarchy of school can be strange, especially when there's some miscommunication going on between staff and students. In this case, the staff didn't understand the full scope of what was going on, and had themselves an absurd situation on their hands. Here's a tumblr story of a teacher who underestimated their students in a social experiment, and here are some "that's amazing, but please stop" school stories.

Student sees fire but staff makes them wait to report it | r/MaliciousCompliance Posted by u/ArmyMPSides 12 days ago Shut down while trying report fire at my high school oc S senior back high school Middle Tennessee had smoking area students. This 1990, so yeah old. My daughters actually just asked post this story here. Anyway, so good student and had great reputation among faculty at this school about 2000 students.
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Pornhub Is Offering A $25,000 Scholarship
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Adult films have been putting students through college for years. But not quite in this way.

Pornhub, the fap destination for millions of students everywhere, is offering a $25,000 college scholarship . And all you have to do is answer this one simple question: How do you strive to make others happy?

Along with an essay, applicants must have a GPA of 3.2 or higher, be 18+, attend an accredited post-secondary institution and create a 2-5 minute video that elaborates on their application.

Yay, education!

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