One less destruction would be a good start in correcting this on yahoo.com:
People outside the United States just don’t understand the names we give to each year in a high school or college. They can’t always remember that freshman, sophomore, junior, and senior are the four years of education. So, maybe if the yahoo.com writer isn’t from the U.S., he or she doesn’t know that a student in the third year of college is a junior, not a junior student:
When an error is made on the Yahoo! front page, it’s seen by millions of people around the globe. In some countries, readers might think that this is correct, because Yahoo! is one of the largest Internet sites in the world and has the resources and responsibility to publish quality content:
But, that’s not correct. A bridge spans a river, not across a river. A career can span 40 years, not across 40 years. And this error spans the globe.
There they go again! Outsourcing the writing on yahoo.com to some third-world country where folks are unfamiliar with English and American culture:
News flash: Nobody says “schoolhouse building” because a schoolhouse is a building. Adding the word building is not only redundant, it’s practically un-American.