Posts by Katie Kindelan
When New York University sophomore Max Wiseltier got an email about a change to his tuition, he did what any college student would do: He sent it to his mom.
The only problem?
Wiseltier, a business finance major minoring in computer science, hit "reply all," thereby looping in the nearly 40,000 other NYU students who were copied on the email listserve.
"I have a pretty old computer, and when I went to hit the send button it froze a little bit. So I was kind of clicking around and must have hit the wrong button," Wiseltier told ABCNews.com by phone today.
"My roommate asked me why I sent him an email, and that aroused some suspicion," he said. "I wasn't sure exactly why he'd gotten it, but pretty soon other friends were texting and emailing me, and I realized I'd made a pretty big mistake."
The good news was that Wiseltier's error, an ironic one, he admitted, for a computer science minor, was a harmless one.
Though Prince William escorted his wife, Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, to cheer on their home team at a rugby match over the weekend, what she got as well was a taste of his childhood as a young prince.
William and Kate, both 30, came to see Wales play New Zealand in rugby at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff, Wales, but before taking their seats for the match, the royal couple greeted their home team at a reception for the Welsh Rugby Union, for which William is a Vice Royal Patron.
Stars from Snooki and Ben Stiller to Madonna and newlyweds Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel have been spotted giving back to the victims of superstorm Sandy, but now one star has announced she has taken something in to aid relief efforts on the East Coast.
Supermodel Karlie Kloss, 20, walked the runway at the Sixty-Ninth Regiment Armory in New York City last Wednesday in the Native American-style outfit to represent November during a segment meant to represent the 12 months of the year.
After photos of Kloss were released, Native American leaders and women rose up to say that Kloss had misrepresented them and their culture. The protest spread online and prompted Victoria's Secret to respond online with an apology and a promise to not air the footage of Kloss when the fashion show is broadcast on CBS next month.
When Urbano's 7-year-old son Remi kept pleading for a pet cat, he came up with a bet he admittedly thought wouldn't go anywhere. If a picture of Remi and his 1-year-old sister, Evelyn, pleading for a cat got 1,000 likes on Facebook, he would buy the siblings a cat.
"We figured our friends and maybe their friends would be nice and kind and share with each other," Urbano's wife, and Remi and Evelyn's mom, Marisa, said today on " Good Morning America."
Marisa Urbano took the photo of Remi, alongside Eveyln, holding a sign that read, "Hey FACEBOOK! My sister & I REALLY want a CAT! My Papa PROMISES we can get one if we can get 1000 LIKES! PLEASE like this picture! Thank you ."
She posted it to her Facebook page Wednesday and just hours later, according to Marisa, the family knew they'd be getting a cat. Today, less than one week later, the picture has more than 110,000 likes on Marisa's Facebook page and has been shared more than 100,000 times.
Fellow shoppers at the Burlington Arcade Charity Christmas Bazaar were caught off guard when the Duchess of Cambridge and her younger sister showed up to support the event and quickly posted photos of the pair on Twitter to prove their proximity to the royal and royal-in-law.
"Kate and Pippa Middleton spotted at @BurlingtonArcad @CountryTown #BurlingtonBazaar," wrote @ClaireGongMuse.
"Feeling festive with Courvoisier cocktails @BurlingtonArcad in good company of Kate Middleton & Lupo," posted @CourvoisierUK.
There is cute, and then there's this. Seven panda cubs sleeping side by side atop a pink bed sheet in southwestern China's Sichuan province.
The pandas were all born in the space of three months at the Chengdu Panda Base, a nonprofit organization founded in 1987 with six pandas rescued from the wild. It's now home to about 100 pandas, making it one of the largest panda centers in the world, according to its website.
The pandas, four males and three females, were all born between July and September of this year, and this is the first group photo that has been released.
The oldest is a 3-month-old male named Oreo, who was born last July on the opening day of the London Olympics. His name was selected by 890,000 Internet users who voted for the name submitted by Rebecca Revich, a lawyer from Los Angeles and a finalist in Chengdu's "Pambassador" competition.
The public reunion was not so much about a love for each other, however, but a love for their new movie, "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2," set to make its debut Nov. 16 in U.S. theaters.
"I feel like every single scene in this movie culminates with some kind of kiss," Stewart, 22, told "Entertainment Tonight" in her first joint interview with Pattinson for the new movie.
California beachgoers used to the sight of surfboards on the cresting waves got a frightful surprise when scores of surfers donned Halloween costumes and plunged into the Pacific for an annual event.
The creatively costumed surfers showed up at the Santa Monica State Beach on Saturday to take part in the fourth annual 'Haunted Heats' Halloween costume surf contest hosted by ZJ Boarding House, a landmark surf and skate shop in the Los Angeles area.
"Be a part of what has become a phenomenon with all sorts of eerie, creepy, bloody and downright zany costumery and some excellent 'surfmanship' while grappling with uncooperative costumes!" the store wrote on its website.
Among the "uncooperative costumes" this year was a Wonder Woman, Aladdin, Woody the Woodpecker and a Hooters waitress, each spotted "hanging 10? instead of trick-or-treating.
So what else do you do when you are Oprah Winfrey?
"My dream is to do Broadway," Winfrey said today on " Good Morning America." "That is going to happen."
Winfrey, 58, made her Broadway dreams known while sitting right in the heart of "The Great White Way," inside the Times Square studio of "GMA," where she appeared as a special guest on the No. 1-rated morning show.