Why Doesn’t the Sun Go to College?

When you’ve been bogged down with schoolwork, thinking about where you’d like to attend college, studying for your entrance exams, and worrying about financial aid, it may be time for a break….

Why didn't the sun go to college? MyEducation.com

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