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Did “The S-x Lives of College Girls” Cast Go To College?

HBO Max series The Sex Lives of College Girls recently returned for its second...

Adele is Thinking of Pursuing a Degree—And Here’s What She Wants to Study!

Adele is one of those celebrities who’ve been in the spotlight since their late...

Where are the “Stranger Things” Kids Going to College?

Stranger Things cast members were still kids when we first met them, but they’re...

Johnny Cash: The True The Man In Black

The Man in Black, Johnny Cash, was a singer, guitarist and songwriter whose music innovatively mixed country, rock, blues and gospel influences. He was widely considered one of the most influential musicians of the 20th century and one of the best-selling music artists of all time, having sold more than 90 million records worldwide. While hospitalized at Baptist Hospital in Nashville, Cash died of complications from diabetes on September 2003, aged 71—less than four months after his wife. It was suggested that Johnny's health worsened due to a broken heart over June's death. He was buried next to her in Tennessee.

Is “Wednesday” Actress Jenna Ortega Going to College?

Wednesday is the latest teen series taking Netflix by storm, and it’s led by the young actress Jenna Ortega. She plays the titular heroine...

Did “The S-x Lives of College Girls” Cast Go To College?

HBO Max series The Sex Lives of College Girls recently returned for its second season, after receiving a lot of praise for being one...

Adele is Thinking of Pursuing a Degree—And Here’s What She Wants to Study!

Adele is one of those celebrities who’ve been in the spotlight since their late teens and she never got a chance to pursue a...

Where are the “Stranger Things” Kids Going to College?

Stranger Things cast members were still kids when we first met them, but they’re now old enough to go to college. Some of them...

Johnny Cash: The True The Man In Black

The Man in Black, Johnny Cash, was a singer, guitarist and songwriter whose music innovatively mixed country, rock, blues and gospel influences. He was widely considered one of the most influential musicians of the 20th century and one of the best-selling music artists of all time, having sold more than 90 million records worldwide. While hospitalized at Baptist Hospital in Nashville, Cash died of complications from diabetes on September 2003, aged 71—less than four months after his wife. It was suggested that Johnny's health worsened due to a broken heart over June's death. He was buried next to her in Tennessee.

Bob Marley’s Empire

Bob Marley provides an unparalleled influence on global culture. Since his passing on May 11, 1981, Bob Marley’s legend looms larger than ever, as evidenced by an ever-lengthening list of accomplishments attributable to his music, which identified oppressors and agitated for social change while simultaneously allowing listeners to forget their troubles and dance. Marley was a Jamaican singer-songwriter, musician, and guitarist who achieved international fame and acclaim, blending mostly reggae, ska and rocksteady in his compositions.

This Child Star Became A Marine Biologist

Former child star Mason Gamble is most well known for his portrayal of the title character in the comedy film, Dennis the Menance (1993). The son of an actor, he spent most of his childhood in his hometown of Chicago, Illinois. As it happened, when he was just six years old, he was cast in the award-winning movie, Groundhog Day (1993).

Celebrities That are Killing it in College

Think that all celebrities do is sit in trailers and studios reading lines all day long? Think again. Check out these stars who are hitting the books, too.

Find Out Where Your Favorite Celebs Went to College

We know, it’s sometimes hard to believe that the people you see on TV and in the movies went to the same colleges as some of your best friends. We decided to give you a list of where your favorite stars went to college.

Imagine: John Lennon’s Story

John Lennon was born on October 9, 1940, in Liverpool, England. He met Paul McCartney in 1957 and invited McCartney to join his music group. They eventually formed the most successful songwriting partnership in musical history. Lennon left the Beatles in 1969 and later released albums with his wife, Yoko Ono, among others. Mark David Chapman, a deranged fan, shot Lennon several times in front of his apartment complex in New York City. Lennon died at New York City's Roosevelt Hospital on December 8, 1980, at the age of 40.

Will Ferrell was Even Funny Back in College

When Will Ferrell was on Conan, he spoke about how he used to prank his professor back in college. We obviously all already knew that Will Ferrell was hilarious, but this confirms any doubts we had.

10 Famous Successful People Who Dropped Out Of College

There are some successful people that didn’t even finish college. You would be surprised to hear such known names and find out that they never graduate. Despite their college experience, they were set for greatness and they got to unbelievable achievements. Ellen DeGeneres dropped out of the University of New Orleans. She left just after one semester.

Celebrities Who Were College Stars

There are a lot of celebrities who have attended college. You would be surprised of the amount of young stars who have decided to get an higher education. There is Troian Bellisario who attended the University of Southern California. The Pretty Little Liars actress graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in 2009.

Bernie Sanders and Larry David Are Apparently Related And We Couldnt Be Happier

If you’ve ever watched Bernie Sanders give a speech on television, you have probably thought to yourself, “Hmm, this guy looks like someone but I just can’t put a name on it.” Well, It’s Larry David. Yes, take a look for yourself, the two undeniably look alike and we’re weirdly happy about this.