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  • Night and 10 Other Must-Read Memoirs
    On July 2, 2017, we will commemorate the one-year passing of novelist and recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize Elie Wiesel. While Wiesel penned several autobiographies and works of fiction, his best-known work is Night—a memoir based on his experiences as a prisoner in WWII concentration camps, specifically Auschwitz and Buchenwald. A harrowing read offering a firsthand account of one of our world’s...
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  • Stay Woke: 8 Award-Winning Books About Race, Feminism, and Immigration
    “Read more books by diverse authors” was a friend’s New Year’s resolution which, in my humblest opinion, is an important evolution from the common and, dare I say, vanilla “Read more!” resolution. While challenging because of the low levels of publishing industry representation, reading diverse books is a rewarding and crucial task in confronting your perspectives, privileges, […]
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  • An Owl’s-Eye View of National Poetry Month
    National Poetry Month began in 1996 and has become the largest literary celebration in the world. It is an important reminder to engage with poetry through public and private readings, lectures, and support of local authors. Poetry challenges us to broaden our thinking about the physical and metaphysical by using beautiful imagery, various sonic tools, […]
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  • Original Artwork and Annotations for Shakespeare’s Best Sonnets by Owl Eyes
    This post originally appeared on Medium, by OwlEyes.org. We don’t need to tell you that Shakespeare’s sonnets are incredible (or that they can be puzzling beyond all reason). Though they may be difficult to decipher, they are well worth the hours you’ll spend close reading and contemplating the meaning of “is.” Since we are literature nerds […]
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  • How to Survive Math Class When All You Do is English
    Do you avoid mathematics and sciences like the plague? Maybe you’re not particularly bad at math and science; you just would much rather be studying literature (which is completely understandable). The reality is that at some point during your educational pursuits, you’re going to have to cross over to the dark side of numbers and […]
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  • 14 (More) of the Most Beautiful Libraries in the World
    Because there are simply far too many beautiful libraries for just one list, we made a second one! Here are 14 (more) beautiful libraries from across the globe. Philological “Brain” Library at the Free University, Berlin, Germany The name speaks for itself: this 800,000 volume-filled library will expand your mind while you read inside its […]
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  • Get Cozy: 5 Holiday Book Reads
    The holiday season, though festive and fun, is a time best experienced indoors. The good news is that dreary weather is the best reading weather! No matter what holidays you celebrate this time of year, no one can deny the comfort of keeping warm and cozy with a good book. Here are five books perfect for […]
  • Take Note! 6 Tips to Enhance Your Notes for Successful Studying
    Notes are a great way to stay engaged with material in class, whether it’s presented in a lecture or a discussion-style format. Not all notes are created equal, however—some strategies in particular can maximize the quality and effectiveness of your notes. Consider these six tips to enhance your notes this school year. 1. Use simple, […]
  • Prose, Poetry, and Macaroni: Seattle’s Lit Crawl 2016
    Lit Crawl is Seattle, WA’s biggest and baddest annual event of poetry and prose readings. With 15 venues, 35 readings, and 5 phases, Lit Crawl is a massive uplift of local voices and art, as well as the perfect niche for a literary nerd. We went to the first four phases, and were blown away by the […]
  • How to Land an Internship (The Right Way!)
    For college students, the word internship is one with a lot of weight attached. Everywhere you turn, it seems you can hear fellow students talking about/discussing/desiring/angst-ing over a coveted internship. So what exactly is an internship anyway? According to Vocabulary.com, an internship can be defined as “a temporary position with an emphasis on on-the-job training rather than merely […]
  • 6 Feminist Literary Costume Ideas
    It’s October, so the search for the perfect costume has begun! This year, why not put something together other than the half-hearted whiskers and cat ears you’ve been sporting in a rush to the costume party? Or maybe you take your costumes seriously and are looking for something extra fierce this year. Well, either way, […]
  • Ace Your Midterms with These Study Tricks
    We’re all familiar with late-night cram sessions and all-nighters during the week of midterms. Exams and tests come one after the other, it seems, and not too long after the school year starts! Studying doesn’t have to be that stressful, though. Here are handy tricks to help you ace your midterms: Rewrite your old notes […]
  • 6 Budget-Friendly Ideas to Keep Your Students Engaged this Year
    As a teacher, you know firsthand that students often respond to experiential and interactive learning methods, not to mention they often remember these lessons more vividly. Regurgitating information from a textbook might be today’s prevailing academic model, but you understand that students are more likely to absorb this information when they recognize the real-world applications. […]
  • Math Brain Teasers: 5 Famous Paradoxes that Will Make you Think
    Who doesn’t love a good mathematical riddle? Challenge yourself to one of these brain teasers, and whip them out at your next social gathering. The Potato Paradox Q: Say you have 100 pounds of potatoes, which are 99% water by weight. You let them dehydrate until they’re 98% water. How much do they weigh now? The […]
  • 7 Texts That Will Make You the Family Intellectual This Holiday Season
    Ah, the holidays: that season of cheer, giving, and proving to your relatives that you do, in fact, have your life together. One of the joys of the season is proving yourself smarter than the rest of your family, but how can you cement your position as the family intellectual? Simple: read some of the […]
  • Review Strategies You Need to Know for Final Exams
    Final exams are right around the corner, and as much as you may be looking forward to a winter break, you need to get through tests first. Before you can open presents, enjoy a cup of hot cocoa, and sleep in late, you need to prepare for your end-of-semester tests. As you begin studying, take […]
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  • 12 of the Most Beautiful Libraries in the World
    If you’re not already a regular library goer, it may be time to reconsider your book-gathering habits—libraries are some of the best places in the world. (This is coming from a purely unbiased stance, of course.) First, they provide free books. Let me repeat that: Free. Books. Secondly, libraries can be places of astounding architectural beauty, rich with […]
  • 4 Ways to Succeed in Your First Lecture Class
    College can be fun and exciting, but for freshmen it can also be confusing and overwhelming—especially when it comes to your first lecture class. Whether it’s physics, astronomy, English 101, or one of the other hundreds of subjects available at your school, a lecture class is likely to appear on your schedule. Regardless of your […]
  • The Indie Bookstore Tour of Seattle
    Have you ever arrived in a new city and just wanted to see the bookstores? Whether you’re a Seattleite or have never been to the rainy city, we’ve created a bookstore tour of Seattle! After scouting some of the best and most indie bookstores in the city, we visited each one to snap a few […]
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