Helloooooo, prospies! Welcome to another exciting edition of The Stack, our weekly roundup of all things college news. This week on The Stack:

Dani Blum, a high school student from Connecticut, discusses the problem with getting a perfect score on the SAT. Woe is her, I suppose?

An immigration reform bill in Georgia could affect a 2010 ban put on undocumented students.

Rising Kenyon College junior Andrew Pochter was stabbed to death in Egypt this week, where he was teaching children English and learning Arabic.

The University of Colorado at Boulder spent almost $108K trying to shut down a 4/20 party. Is anyone else a little dazed and confused?

Will same-sex marriage rulings create an ‘LGBT brain drain’ in some states?

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Lily Herman is a junior at Wesleyan University in Middletown, Connecticut. Besides bopping around on The Prospect, Lily is a columnist for USA TODAY College (read the Quad Report, yo); an editorial intern for The Daily Muse; a contributing editor for the campus blog Wesleying; a national contributing editor for Her Campus; and an editorial/marketing intern at HelloFlo. When she is not studying or awkwardly waving at people around campus, Lily enjoys eating Sour Patch Kids and re-watching the Friday Night Lights series finale (she's Team Saracen, by the way). Also (shameless plug alert), feel free to follow her on Twitter, or email her at lherman(at)theprospect(dot)net.

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