The 20 Most Famous Students In College This Semester
Winter break is over, and students are heading back to school for their second semesters.
And for the most famous students, a new semester brings more than just schoolwork as they balance Olympic training, political careers, and TV show filming.
Here's what celebrities and famous offspring are up to this semester, both inside the classroom and out.
Melia Robinson, Melissa Stanger, and Sara Bower contributed to this article.
Alexander Ludwig is a member of one of USC's most sought-after fraternities.
Canadian actor Alexander Ludwig played the ruthless District 2 tribute Cato in the first "Hunger Games" movie — he's the one who fights Peeta and Katniss on top of the cornucopia in the final fight scene.
A senior, the theater major belongs to one of USC's most exclusive fraternities, which has a reputation for throwing the year’s wildest parties.
Angus T. Jones left "Two and a Half Men" to pursue religion and his education at UC Boulder.
After starring on hit sitcom "Two and a Half Men" for 10 seasons — as the highest paid child actor at the time no less, making $350,000 an episode — Angus T. Jones left the show in order to fully dedicate himself to Christianity.
Now a sophomore at the University of Colorado at Boulder, he also tours the country speaking at churches.
Chiara de Blasio still keeps up with her father's career in New York — even from school in California at Santa Clara University.
During her father Bill de Blasio's New York City mayoral campaign, Chiara starred in an advertisement and made a dramatic, surprise return from college to cast a vote for him.
The Santa Clara University senior and floral-headband-wearing hipster made headlines of her own with a powerfully candid video about her struggles with depression, and history of drug and alcohol abuse.