College

College Offers Free Semester of School So Hurricane Victims Don’t Get Blown Off Track

With Puerto Rico still recovering from the damage of Hurricane Maria, a New England college is opening their doors to displaced students so they can continue with their studies. Smith College in Northampton, Massachusetts is giving a free semester of classes to hurricane victims from the University of Puerto Rico.

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Irish Mosque Opens Doors to the Homeless Amidst First Hurricane in 50 Years

When was Ireland preparing for its first hurricane in 50 years, this mosque was making sure that every citizen was safe – even the homeless ones. The Islamic Cultural Centre of Ireland announced on Monday that it would be welcoming in the homeless community of Dublin for the duration of Hurricane Ophelia.

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Texas Inmates Pool Funds to Donate $53,000 For Hurricane Harvey Relief

Some people might just write off these 6,600 inmates as criminals – but they are still trying to help their hurting home state of Texas. Convicts from several jails and rehabilitation centers across Texas collectively donated $53,000 of their commissary funds to the American Red Cross for Hurricane Harvey relief.

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Misfortune Leads Man Preparing For Doomsday to His Destiny: Saving Lives in Puerto Rico

Joseph Badame has spent decades preparing to save friends and family from an inevitable doomsday – but now, he will be saving a different group of people instead. The 74-year-old architect of Medford, New Jersey had spent the last 40 years collecting survival supplies for the bomb shelter in his

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Watch Hamilton Star Push Awkward Celebrity Photo Fundraiser to $1 Million For Puerto Rico

Thanks to an online campaign created by comedian and talk show host Stephen Colbert, social media was flooded with awkward photos of celebrities in their teen years – and the pictures managed to raise $1 million. During a segment on The Late Show, Colbert and television actor Nick Kroll called on

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Watch Hamilton Star Push Awkward Celebrity Photo Fundraiser to $1 Million For Puerto Rico

Thanks to an online campaign created by comedian and talk show host Stephen Colbert, social media was flooded with awkward photos of celebrities in their teen years – and the pictures managed to raise $1 million. During a segment on The Late Show, Colbert and television actor Nick Kroll called on

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Lost Pet Found Years Later, Thanks to Hurricane Irma

Every cloud has a silver lining – even hurricanes. It was 2012 when Wizzer the golden retriever first disappeared on Fort Myers Beach in Florida. His owner, Pete Mayher, assumed that the faithful hound would eventually return – but as the months passed, he steadily lost hope. Then, Hurricane Irma

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