By Crystal Norman |Staff Writer|
Boy buys flower for every girl at school (Feb 14)
A 17- year-old boy spent $450 in order to purchase a carnation for every girl at Sky View High School in Utah on Valentine’s Day.
“I would feel so special if I went to that school and received a flower from someone I didn’t know,” said CSUSB student Jessica Hernandez.
Hayden Godfrey worked as a dishwasher and cook at different fast food restaurants in order to purchase 900 carnations for girls at his school.
Unicorn hair the new black
The latest hair trend for 2016 looks a little like a unicorn horn coming out from your head, but that’s what’s in this year, according to Cosmopolitan Magazine.
The trend used to be a rainbow hue of colors within your hair, but this year the hairstyle has a “literal sense” to where girls are shaping their hair to look like a unicorn horn.
The new statement has hit social media sites and #unicorn hair has received 82,160 posts, according to inquisitr.com.
Never forget to pay your
student loan debt (Feb 15)
The U.S. Marshals service in Houston is now arresting residents for student loan debt, according to Fox News.
Houston resident, Paul Aker was greeted by cops and arrested for his $1,500 student loan from 1987.
Aker was taken to court where he had to agree to and sign a payment plan for a loan that he took out 29 years ago.
New Orleans haunted mansion for sale (Feb 12)
A New Orleans 1857 Magnolia Mansion home, rumored to be filled with ghosts, is up for sale, according to wfla.com.
James H. Calrow designed the mansion for Alexander Harris who died of yellow fever 11 years after the home was built; and the next owner John Henry Maginnis died after being struck by lighting.
“In a city famous for its fabulous food, art and ghost stories, New Orleans also has some of the most colorful homes in the world,” according to TopTenRealEstateDeals.com.
New York Judge arrested for
getting lit in her whip(Feb 15)
A New York judge was arrested on her way to court for drinking and driving, according to KLFY News.
Judge Leticia Astacio was on her way to “oversee criminal arraignments” in court, when she was involved in a car accident at 8 a.m. on Interstate 490.
Officers tried to give Astacio a breathalyzer test, but she then refused and was taken to jail and released the following day with her court day in March.
Penguins stranded (Feb 15)
Approximately 150,000 penguins have died after being stranded on an iceberg for six years in Antarctica, according to CNN News.
The animals had to walk 40 miles or more to find food leaving them landlocked.
The Rhode Island sized iceberg cut off the penguins’ food supply and majorly changed the landscape of their home.
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