Colorado students can thank Brad Feld next time they use the bathroom. ::Doug Pensinger/Getty Images
In one of the greatest stories we've seen all year, Brad Feld -- a Boulder-based venture capitalist -- is paying $25,000 for the naming rights to a bathroom in Colorado's new ATLAS Building. A plaque will go up outside the restroom with Feld's name and this message: "The best ideas often come at inconvenient times. Don't ever close your mind to them."
Party Like a Rock Star
The mighty Drexel intramural men's ice hockey team was suspended for the rest of the season after several members of the team trashed a Days Inn hotel room and littered the hallway with toilet paper and shaving cream.
Bluto Would Not Approve
We're all for fraternities trying to raise their academic standing, but the brothers at Montana's Sigma Phi Epsilon are taking it to another level. In an effort to raise their GPA to 3.0, the members removed the bar and beer pong table from the house's basement, put up a fresh coat of paint and now use it as a study lounge. We have a feeling they won't be attending the Pabst Blue Ribbon Art Tour when it comes to town Feb. 4.
Yesterday, we linked to this incredible video of a Penn State frat dancing to Valerie (aka -- Call on Me) with some type of snarky joke. A reader e-mailed in to let us know that the frat is performing the song as part of annual THON dance marathon, which raises money for children and families fighting pediatric cancer. We apologize.
American Chopper visits Ann Arbor and builds a "Big Blue" chopper.
Thriller on a Train
Imagine being on a train and the other passengers randomly break into the dance from Michael Jackson's Thriller. Imagine no more.
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