For most people, high school sucked. The endless questioning and self-doubt, the lack of control over your own schedule, dealing with the impossible mysteries of the opposite sex while navigating the often treacherous shoals of what amounted to a four year, walled-in social experiment. Yeah, high school sucked.
Microsoft wants U.S. high school, college, and university students to be productive, but not too productive. That's why they're giving away a free 4GB Xbox 360 to students purchasing a Windows 7 PC priced at $699 or higher.
When the students of St. Catherine's High School's new middle school program arrive next year, they'll be sporting shiny new iPads instead of textbooks, giving students plenty of games to play while they should be learning, until they get stolen.
A Nintendo Game Boy and a cell phone made up a bomb-like device that caused the evacuation of a Florida Panhandle high school yesterday.
At my high school - among the smallest in North Carolina - we aren't known as the "Rams" or the "Cardinals." We're "The Buckin' Elks." And Brad Nessler says that name - all of it - in NCAA Football 10.
When I graduated from High School I didn't do anything worthy of compliment or insult, not true of our favorite video game characters.