‘Female urinals’ could be 6 times quicker to use than traditional toilets

Two university graduates have invented a female urinal which could cut down loo queue times at festivals and other events. Amber Robyn and Hazel McShane, who graduated from the University of Bristol, were asked to solve a real world problem. And, they created the hands-free Peequal. Using well-designed dividers the duo managed to fit omen’s urinals in a smaller space

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Baltimore students who failed classes this year will still pass, school board says

‘Baltimore HS student fails all but 3 classes over 4 years, ranks near top half of class’ ‘A Baltimore high school student passed all but three classes over four years and still graduated near the top half of his class with a 0.13 GPA, according to Fox 45 Baltimore.’ Baltimore students who failed classes during the 2020-2021 school year will

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'Students are gonna get duped': Lambda coding school accused of 'predatory' practices

Three students of the online bootcamp Lambda School are alleging that the for-profit school misrepresented the program's job placement rates, financial arrangements, and registration status. “When you put all those pieces together, yes it’s predatory,” Alex Elson of the the National Student Legal Defense Network, which is representing the students, told Yahoo Finance. “When you have lies about the success,

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Lesbian couple crowned prom king and queen sparking hateful backlash on Facebook

A lesbian couple have triggered strangers online by being voted prom king and queen. Adults incensed by the idea of two female pupils being awarded the novel titles cited religion in their homophobic opposition to the result. Annie Wise and girlfriend Riley Loudermilk, both 18, were surprised themselves to be voted prom royalty by their classmates at Kings High School

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Students will suffer if battle over public space continues

Illustration: Andrew DysonCredit: To submit a letter to The Age, email [email protected] Please include your home address and telephone number. SCHOOL PARK DISPUTE I am an alumnus of Albert Park College, the school whose access to the local park is currently in dispute (“Play fight over park,” The Age, 17/3). After reading about the local residents’ complaints, I thought it

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Thirty thousand VCE students plead for special entry to university

Save articles for later Add articles to your saved list and come back to them any time. Victorian universities have been inundated with pleas for special consideration due to the impact of COVID-19 from year 12 students trying to get into their dream courses. The special entry access scheme that allows universities to effectively bump up students' ATARs if their

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