Chuck Norris will speak at Libery College's graduation. :: Frederick M. Brown/Getty
The Chronicle of Higher Education released its list of 2008 commencement speakers and the big winners appear to be Carnegie Mellon (Al Gore) and Furman University (George W. Bush) while some choices (Lane College: Star Jones, Dowling College: Allan Houston) left us scratching our heads. Our personal favorite, however, is Liberty College, who will welcome Chuck Norris to the podium to address the graduating class.
Good Deed of the Day
Three members of the Alpha Chi Omega sorority at New Mexico shaved their heads to raise awareness for what cancer survivors go through.
While you were in your dorm room nursing a hangover with reruns of Deadliest Catch, John Tyler Hammons -- A 19-year-old freshman at the University of Oklahoma -- was hard at work becoming the next mayor of Muskogee, Okla., a city of 38,000 in the northeastern part of the state.
Comings and Goings in Bloomington
There's never a dull moment for Tom Crean and IU basketball. :: AP
In one of the most eye-opening statements we've seen in a while, Kelvin Sampson claims that he did nothing wrong at Indiana. Meanwhile, current Hoosiers coach Tom Crean is livid that Eli Holman told him he was transferring to be closer to family, only to enroll at a school further away from them than IU. It's not all bad for the Hoosiers, though -- former Georgetown guard Jeremiah Riversis on his way to Bloomington to play for Crean.
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