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Georgia Tech

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Lawsuits: Fraternity had culture of misogyny

Two lawsuits say the national chapter of the Phi Kappa Tau fraternity allowed a culture of "violent misogyny" after an internal email from the Georgia Tech chapter leaked last year instructing fraternity members on how to lure "rapebait."

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Two girls after Washington school shooting

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3rd victim dies from Washington school shooting

A third victim of last week's shooting at a Washington state high school has died, according to the hospital that treated victims.

For sale real estate

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Wall Street firm pushes for student loan forgiveness

One Wall Street firm has an idea that's raising eyebrows: forgive some student debt for first-time homebuyers.

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Former band member guilty in hazing death

The alleged ringleader of a group of Florida A&M University marching band students who beat drum major Robert Champion Jr. in a 2011 hazing incident was convicted Friday of multiple charges related to Champion's death, according to CNN affiliate CFN13.

East Stroudsburg University

Swan song for ESU music program

East Stroudsburg University officials say the Fine Arts Music Baccalaureate program has been placed in moratorium.

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Health Beat: Jenna's love for dance: Spinal therapy

Spinal cord injuries are life altering for both patients and their families.

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Child hit by car in Bethlehem

An unidentified child was struck by a car while crossing a street to get to Bethlehem's Spring Garden Elementary School Friday morning.

Central Bucks High School West

Dump school board members, says former coach

The championship-winning former football coach at a Doylestown high school rocked by hazing allegations says canceling the rest of the season was an ``overzealous, knee jerk, overreaction.''

Mayor joins anti-bullying panel

Mayor joins school effort to stop bullying

Allentown Mayor Ed Pawlowski is partnering up with local students in a campaign to stop bullying.

Gov. Tom Corbett

Gov. Corbett announces Mcare assessment down almost 50% for 2015 coverage

Gov. Tom Corbett today announced that Pennsylvania physicians and hospitals will see significant savings in the cost of the catastrophic level of medical malpractice insurance coverage next year.

Testicular cancer statistics

Health Beat: Preventing testicular cancer

We all know about prostate cancer and how men of a certain age should be tested, but there's another type of reproductive cancer affecting younger men: testicular cancer.

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