A suicidal man survived a 174-foot plunge into
the Niagara Falls on Monday night, but has sustained severe injuries, (http://www.
Some students at North Carolina State University know a little something about both, as indicated by their willingness to plunge into
the freezing cold temperatures of Lake Raleigh in order to raise funds for the Special Olympics.
Fifty brave Super Plunge volunteers will also be freezing for a reason as they to take the plunge into
the vat of ice water every hour, on the hour, for 24 hours to raise funds for local Special Olympics athletes.
1 -- color) The "Freezin' for a Reason" Special Olympics fundraiser Saturday drew goosebump-braving participants willing to plunge into Castaic Lake as part of a Winter Festival.
2) Athletes, firefighters, beauty queens and sheriff's deputies took a plunge into Castaic Lake on Saturday for Special Olympics.
As his mind plunges, so does he: "Plunging" here alludes to epic traditions of wandering into the wilderness of chaos and unknowability (17); and it returns to the spatial metaphor of descent introduced by Invisible Man's earlier plunge into the sub-way of an identity crisis.
Why did he choose to plunge into nothingness, into the void of faceless faces, of soundless voices, lying outside history?
Participants collect donations and plunge into
various frigid water locations across Washington.
Those brave enough to don bathing suits are invited to take the plunge into
the city Aquatic Center's water-slide pool.
The MFC Polar Plunge is a simultaneous group plunge into
the chilly waters of the Atlantic to raise money to support education and services for children in Massachusetts who have been abused, neglected, have special needs and/or physical disabilities.
1) Brave souls take the plunge into
48-degree water at Hansen Dam on Wednesday during the 3rd annual Polar Bear Swim.
Hundreds of people will take the 7th Annual Polar Bear Plunge into
White Bear Lake Saturday to raise money for Minnesota Special Olympics.
They said they were thrilled by the results, getting almost a full hour of data from all six instruments during the probe's 100 mph plunge into Jupiter's pink- and orange-tinged cloud tops.
There were no cameras aboard, so scientists could not say exactly what a plunge into the Jovian atmosphere looks like.