All posts tagged in reading

  • March 3, 2020By Minseo Park

    If you’re anything like me, you used to hold a passionate and tender love for reading books. You spent hours of your day in your local library, devouring every story you could get your hands on. You gasped in delight whenever a new Rick Riordan novel came out and you fantasized about going to book

  • October 10, 2019By Kaycee Wilson

    Ah, October. The month of pumpkin spice, cinnamon-scented candles, apple pie, warm cider and cozy blankets — the very stuff that dreams are made of. Let’s not forget about the late evenings spent curled up on the couch poring over classics and indulging in fictional worlds! After all, there is no dream better for any

  • January 28, 2018By Delia Campos-Ferreira

    It’s hard to find other people around you who have the same or similar interests. For me, my heart goes out to reading and writing, and I hardly ever have someone to discuss it with. I have one friend who is a big reader, and she even writes for another magazine, but we are very

  • July 13, 2017By Maddie Loy

    Classic novels are something adored by the elderly and despised by modern youth. Perhaps it’s the complicated wording, the extended length of most of these revered titles, or the fact that many classics are required reading for adolescents, but just do not appeal to most of the younger generation. However, some of these timelessly loved

  • June 6, 2017By Ikram Ali

    What’s the best way to dive into the summer other than a good book? With the school year coming to an end and our workloads shrinking, summer becomes the best time to attack our ever growing TBR’s. With summer on the way here are a few lighthearted fun reads that you can fly through this

  • April 22, 2017By Martina Rexrode

    I tend to be the kind of person who falls out of reading if I don’t pick up a book for a week or more. There is no specific genre that I prefer more than another, but I usually lean more towards a young adult book with memorable characters. A book that I know will

  • April 11, 2017By Nina Peck

    I’ve always been a reader, inhaling books faster than I could get my hands on them, and they have always shaped me in some way. Similarly to Rory Gilmore, I too carried a book everywhere, and I never cared much about whether it seemed rude to pull a book out at the dinner table. Growing