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    A student has detailed how he felt his skin melt after accidentally setting himself on fire while cooking fried chicken - leaving him with third-degree burns over 25 per cent of his body. Gage Hopkins, 21, from Huntingdon Valley, Pennsylvania, has been diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) after the freak accident, which took place in his apartment at Arizona State University on May 26.  The political science student and his roommate Nikhil, 21, were cooking fried chicken but forgot about the oil they had left in a pot on the stove. Disaster ensued when Nikhil noticed that black smoke was pouring from the lid.  Horrible: Gage Hopkins, 21, from Huntingdon Valley, Pennsylvania, suffered from third-degree burns over 25 per cent of his body after a kitchen...
    Oklahoma Sooners football coach Lincoln Riley is apparently worried about what students being on campus will mean for the football season. At the moment, many programs around America have brought back players for voluntary workouts. Some programs have managed to avoid issues with coronavirus, and other programs have been hammered. The man leading the Sooners worries there could be problems once the rest of the student body arrives. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) Riley told Yahoo Sports the following about students being on campus: It’s probably as easy as it’s going to be right now when most other students aren’t here. There’s legitimate concerns when the student body shows up. What’s that...
    A court has heard a gruesome account of how a prominent Russian military historian killed his student lover who he later dismembered, throwing her body parts in a river. Professor Oleg Sokolov, 64, an acclaimed international expert on Napoleon, shot Anastasia Yeschenko, 24, just above the right eye during a furious Champagne-fuelled domestic row. State prosecutor Asya Lokotkova told the St Petersburg murder trial: 'He then squeezed the victim's neck with his hands causing a fracture.  'In order to inflict death to the victim, who still showed signs of life, he fired three more shots into the head.' Professor Oleg Sokolov, 64, (right) an acclaimed international expert on Napoleon, shot Anastasia Yeschenko, 24, (left) during a furious Champagne-fuelled domestic...
    (CNN)Students at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have elected a black woman as president of the Undergraduate Association for the first time in the school's history.Danielle Geathers and running mate Yu Jing Chen won the student government election earlier this month.Princeton names its first black valedictorian in the universitys historyGeathers just finished her sophomore year at MIT and is majoring in mechanical engineering. She served as the diversity officer last year."In terms of coming from that diversity space and being focused on promoting equity across MIT, it would kind of be important to have someone in the President's role who's focused on that," she said.She said she plans to use her platform to make the school as inclusive as possible.Read...