Havana Chapman-Edwards joined other students around the nation in Friday’s school walkout, but was the sole walker from her D.C.-area school


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@kcrjfp, tweeting about 7-year-old Havana Chapman-Edwards, a student at a D.C.-area elementary school, who was the only one to walk out of her school on Friday as part of the nationwide school walkouts to remember the Columbine mass shooting. Havana wore an orange spacesuit to represent her dream to be an astronaut, and said in a Teen Vogue interview, “You are never too little to make a difference.”

“Jeopardy!” has its college contestants do a basketball-themed introduction … and it instantly became iconic


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@NorthwestNick, tweeting about the contestant introduction for the April 20 episode of “College Jeopardy!,” which had the three finalists pretending to dribble and pass an invisible basketball. Viewers found the introduction to be hilarious, comparing the trio to notable players across the NBA.

Former NFL kicker Jay Feely thought a picture of him and his gun with his daughter and her boyfriend before prom would be cute. It wasn’t.

@doubting_t, reacting to former NFL kicker Jay Feely posing for a prom photo with his daughter, her boyfriend and a gun. Many saw the pic as tone-deaf given recent mass shootings. Feely said the pic was “intended to be a joke.”

Actor on controversial Netflix show decided to give females advice on how to get men, and it really didn’t go over well. 

@1followernodad, commenting on a piece of “advice” from “13 Reasons Why” actor Ross Butler that suggested women should invest themselves in a guy’s interests to win his affection. Twitter users questioned why men aren’t equally urged to take up a woman’s interests in relationships.