1.) Lance Armstrong has confessed to using performance-enhancing drugs and the reaction to that continues around the world. At the Manly Library in Sydney, Australia, librarians have re-categorized all books about Lance Armstrong. “Lance Armstrong: Images Of A Champion,” “The Lance Armstrong Performance Program” and “Lance Armstrong: World's Greatest Champion,” which were previously listed as non-fiction books have all been moved into their fiction section.
2.) As most parents can tell you, college is expensive. And one of the biggest things that add to the cost are fees. Included in the fees that students at Worcester (Wooster) State University in Massachusetts must pay is a “parking/pedestrian access fee.” Whether students walk or drive to the school, all students must pay $72 dollars annually. While the fee is cheaper than the annual parking fee at many universities, Worcester may be the only college where you pay as much to walk on campus as you would to drive.
3.) Baseball season is months away, but the Florence Freedom has already announced their May 23rd home game promotion. That night is Lennay Kekua Bobblehead Night, in honor of the fake girlfriend of Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te’o. The press release from the Florence, Kentucky team says "This will be the best kind of bobblehead a fan could get. Because now fans can make the bobblehead out to be whatever they want it to be." Yes, the boxes will be empty. Plus, section 115 will be blocked and reserved only for fans to sit with their imaginary friends, girlfriends/boyfriends or spouses. There will also be a pretend kiss cam.