8 Things To Know This AM — Apr 30 2014

In D.C., the White House has issued a list of recommendations to colleges about how they should handle and prevent sexual assault on campus. (The Washington Post)
A recent Harvard survey found that most millennial social-media users are, in fact, Republican. (Harvard)
Speaking of millennials, the high-school graduation rate is on the cusp of hitting 90%. That's pretty aces. (Politico)
On the health front, a doctor strike could be in the cards if the health-care system doesn't mend itself. (The Daily Beast)
Nationally, more than 50 reports of deadly tornadoes have come in across the South, making this season the most devastating yet. (NBC News)
The 2014 Tony Award nominees have been announced; among them is Neil Patrick Harris, the man who made the ceremony cool again, for his performance in Hedwig and the Angry Inch. (The New York Times)
Meanwhile, Netflix continues to branch out across multiple media channels with its latest deal with Verizon. (CNET)
Finally, there's no excuse to miss a concert this summer now that Yahoo! and Live Nation have teamed up to stream one major show a day for an entire year. (NME)
8things_01Photo: Courtesy of The White House.

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