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TODAY's Takeaway: Cleared of bullying, girl did nothing wrong, who is JFK's grandson?

Nov. 21, 2013 at 3:56 PM ET

JFK's grandson takes center stage, Katelyn Roman feels she was not a bully and Carson shows off is No-Shave efforts.
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JFK's grandson takes center stage, Katelyn Roman feels she was not a bully and Carson shows off is No-Shave efforts.

1. After being cleared of cyberbullying a classmate who committed suicide, Katelyn Roman told Savannah, “I do not feel l did anything wrong.’’

Video: Savannah Guthrie speaks to 13-year-old Katelyn Roman, her parents, and their attorney, Jose Baez, about Katelyn being cleared of cyber-bullying charges in connection to a classmate’s suicide.

2. President John F. Kennedy’s only grandson, Jack Schlossberg, is stepping into the spotlight, introducing the Obamas at the Presidential Medal of Freedom ceremony Wednesday.

Want to know nine things about the 20-year-old Yale student? Here you go.

Video: President John F. Kennedy’s only grandson Jack Schlossberg is stepping into the spotlight, introducing the Obamas at the Presidential Medal of Freedom ceremony Wednesday. The 20-year old Yale student has said he has an interest in politics.

3. Matt and Carson talked to college students who are raising their friend’s spirits – and awareness for men’s health.

“When we got the diagnosis about Brian, we just wanted to control something and we knew we couldn’t be in the hospital with him treating him,” said one of the Indiana U. students who’s growing a beard to help support his friend, who has Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.

Video: Over a hundred Indiana University fraternity brothers have raised over $57,000 for No-Shave November after putting down the razors in support of their friend Brian Levitas, who has non-Hodgkins lymphoma.

4. Meanwhile, in Studio 1A, Matt, Al, Willie and Carson are avoiding razors for their own charities of choice. See how it’s going. 

Video: The male members of the TODAY team announce a “shave-off” at the end of no-shave November, where each anchor will shed their beards and donate to selected men's health charities.

5. There was a penguin party on the show. Enough said.

Video: John Downer and Phil Dalton of the Discovery special “Penguins: Waddle All the Way” visit TODAY with some feathered friends to preview the upcoming documentary.

And that’s TODAY’s Takeaway!

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