It's always fun to get together with friends and look at old yearbook photos from high school. Instead of the picture perfect image we have of some of our favorite stars today, here's a sneak peek at some old yearbook photos, showcasing some of my favorite celebrities' olden and golden days!
The 'Hamilton' creator-star was involved in the musical repertory, Brick Prison Playhouse, Hunter Hispanic Society and dubbed one of the Zionist Political Action group's "Secretaries in charge of Not Being Jewish." Miranda (second from left) was president of the Brick Prison Playhouse.
Rocking straight blond(ish) hair, minimal makeup and one of those traditional black, off-the-shoulder drapey things they make the girls wear on picture day, the model recently shared this pic to Instagram: "Girl bye... Chubby face... 17 years old," she wrote in the caption.
Why is no one telling homeowners about this? If you own a home and pay more then $19/month for power, you better read this. Snoring causes headaches, high blood pressure and fatigue. Each leads to something more serious.
Four girls with the same Vietnamese last name are fighting back against racism through a genius high school yearbook stunt. Alice, Kim, Theresa and Vivian are four seniors who all share the same common Vietnamese last name: Nguyen. But unlike what their classmates assumed, they are not related.
Nzingha Prescod, an African American who became the first American foil fencer to win a Grand Prix Title in 2013. Include and invest in women of color in the sciences. Maritza Correia was the first African American swimmer from the United States to set an American and world swimming record in the Olympics.
John Ellis "Jeb" Bush was born and lived in Texas until the age of 14, when he went off to boarding school Phillips Academy, Andover in Massachusetts ( pictured ). The former governor of Florida and Republican presidential candidate spoke at the Council on Foreign Relations on January 19 in New York, New York.
Data mining has changed the way we think about information. Machine-learning algorithms now routinely chomp their way through data sets of Twitter conversations, travel patterns, phone calls, and health records, to name just a few. And the insights this brings is dramatically improving our understanding of communication, travel, health, and so on.
We take it for granted that, when someone takes our photo, we should smile for the camera. The next two images below show the men and women with the smile closest to the average smile of the 10-year period, from 1905 to 1955 and then 1965 to 2005.
As the music world mourns the loss of Scott Weiland , many friends and fans this week have been recalling many of his iconic performances with Stone Temple Pilots and Velvet Revolver among other projects. As the yearbooks attest, Weiland was a fresh-faced, popular kid who played football and volleyball, wrestled, sang in both the Men's Choir and the Accapella Choir and was a homecoming King of Courts nominee.
In research documented in a forthcoming paper , University of California, Berkeley, Ph.D student Shiry Ginosar and her team demonstrate how computers could be used to aid historians who want to carry out analysis of large amounts of visual data, using more than a century of yearbook photos of American high school seniors as their test case.
"These days we take for granted that we should smile when our picture is being taken." So write University of California Berkeley researchers, who note that photographers used to tell their subjects to say "prunes" instead of "cheese."