May 272012

For extra credit in his high school chemistry class, Eli made this creative parody music video of the popular Leonard Cohen hit Hallelujah.

Using construction paper for animating, the bright 10th grader told the ‘love story’ of chemical bonds in Good Chemistry. The video went viral after Eli’s dad posted it on Reddit


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May 262012

NSFW – language

Actress and comedian Nikki Muller is a Princeton graduate, but she won’t be the one to bring it up. Guys who went to other schools might be intimidated, so she keeps her secret safe and silent. 

But when she has to let out, she lets it be known loud and clear in her latest music video, “I went to Princeton, b*tch!” Her video is even featured on Jezebel, HuffingtonPost, and DoobyBrain


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May 242012

Ending the school year with a fun celebrity speech is always welcomed by students, and even top notch schools like Harvard have made it an unofficial custom to invite famous comedians and celebs to end the learning semester. 

This year,  invited SNL superstar Andy Samberg to speak at their Class Day. 


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May 212012

Every summer, a few lucky schools are honored with famous celebrity guest speakers, and this year the graduating class of 2012 at  was one of the first to enjoy a famous face on stage.

Emmy and Golden Globe actress Jane Lynch, currently most famous for her role in GLEE, entertained the audience with her commencement speech that is featured by Matt Stopera


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May 192012

Alex Gamble says,”As a 4th grade teacher in the inner-city, I’m used to noise. But today, I heard singing next door and managed to catch an inspiring moment on video.”

What he caught on camera was the 5th grade class in a Kansas City public school all standing and singing One Day by hasidic reggae rapper Matisyahu. It’s a powerful scene that finally shows a brighter side to America.

Teaching; you’re doing it right.   


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