Catch up on what happened this week, from bomb threats at University of Pittsburgh to dentist visits gone wrong.
1. Procrastination taken to a whole new level.
Police have finally determined that graduate student Nancy Bruni is the one responsible for making two bomb threats at the University of Pittsburgh last month. Reportedly, the 34-year-old was so nervous about teaching a class that she made the threats in the hopes that it would be canceled.
2. Student debt continues to soar.
According to a report from the New York Federal Reserve, student loan debt has grown nearly 300 percent during the past eight years. Read more depressing statistics here.
3. Got teeth?
When a 21-year-old from Indiana went to the dentist's this week to get three teeth pulled, he never dreamed he would walk out with a completely empty mouth. The twist? This isn't the first time that Amazing Family Dental has come under fire for pulling more teeth than requested.
4. If you love Big Macs, you're not alone.
Oh, McDonald's. The fast food chain is doing some serious back-pedaling this week after new ads parodying mental health awareness posters appeared on Boston mass transit. Apparently, they even included a help hotline number that connected back to the McDonald's corporate offices.
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