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Day 120

Day 120

Bailey Stover July 15, 2020

What does eternity feel like? Today is July 15. Inherently, the concept of time is strange. I sometimes wonder if life as I know it would even be possible without constant timekeeping. Since I got my...

Day 103

Day 103

Bailey Stover June 28, 2020

Some days are meant to be spent in bed. Today is June 28. Despite going to sleep early, I didn’t wake up until nearly noon. To be fair, that was intentional on my part. I was having the most vivid and...

Day 86

Day 86

Bailey Stover June 11, 2020

One day down, one to go. Today is June 11. After consistently waking up later than 9 a.m. for the past several weeks, having to get up by 8:40 a.m. was miserable. I was confused and cranky and definitely...

Day 19

Day 19

Snowy Li April 5, 2020

I woke up naturally today as my parents had already fed Daisy. It’s April 5, and since I finished most of my homework yesterday, I hoped to relax. As I drudged into the living room, I suddenly remembered...

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Help yourself by ignoring self-help books

Isaac Yontz September 30, 2019

uring the summer I became invested in self-help books, learning about mental self-improvement and growth, picking up habits successful people have and other minuscule tasks that can be useful or everyday...

Trouble in Bookland: Part I is the newest release by Marlene Simonette about a young Author, Linda, and her efforts to save a Patchwork of characters and stories from being destroyed.

Trouble in Bookland: Part I turns heads as well as pages

Nicole Schroeder January 30, 2016

While I’ve always been an avid reader for nearly any genre of book within reach, I’ve always had a tendency to stick with more well-known authors and titles, worrying newer authors might still be honing...

The Green Prince delivers age-old message beautifully

‘The Green Prince’ delivers age-old message beautifully

Urmilla Kuttikad March 2, 2014

I saw The Green Prince accidently, but it ended up being one of my favorites of the festival, as these things usually happen. The film details the extraordinary account of Mosab Hassan Yousef, a Palestinian...

Awoken sarcastically mocks typical teen romance

‘Awoken’ sarcastically mocks typical teen romance

Jay Whang October 19, 2013

Poe’s Law states the idea that people have difficulty telling the difference between radical expressions and a parody of these radical expressions. Whenever an author intends his or her work as straight-forward...

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‘The Host’ proves powerful with spectacular plot

Ashleigh Atasoy April 9, 2013

Back in the day, The Host was one of my favorite books. So when I heard the famous Stephanie Meyer book was getting its own movie, I could hardly contain my excitement. But the prospects were bleak. When...

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‘Dresden Files’ 14th novel hits shelves

Jake Alden November 29, 2012

Harry Blackstone Copperfield Dresden, hero of Jim Butcher's Dresden Files series of novels, has a lot in common with other fictional private investigators. He's got an eye for detail, a knack for...

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