1 An Australian man is auctioning his life on Ebay.com now that his wife has left him, Reuters reported. The auction begins on June 22, and includes his house, car, motorbike, jetski, spa, an introduction to his friends and a two-week trial job at a rug shop.
2 The University offers many work-study jobs beyond swiping cards and sorting mail. Many students have had interesting experiences climbing poles and coordinating balloons
3 The college gossip site JuicyCampus.com is under investigation by New Jersey lawyers for a possible violation of the state’s Consumer Fraud Act, The Associated Press reported. The lawyers claim the site falsely claims to have no malicious content.