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Harry Potter Posters That Just Get You

By Madeline GobboMay 18, 2017
For as long as there have been Hogwarts houses, the Marauders, and the Order,* people have found a society of like-minded people in the Pottersphere. Haven't found your crew yet? Take a look at these fab posters by the incomparable Madeline Gobbo and you just might have your More  →
Harry Potter Posters That Just <em>Get</em> You

How to Sign Yearbooks, According to Shakespeare

By ElodieMay 17, 2017
You may think yearbooks are just a hodgepodge of school memories, but that is not what they are. They are ghosts of years past that will HAUNT YOU every time someone gets one out to “look back,” especially if you, like me, for some reason... More  →
How to Sign Yearbooks, According to Shakespeare

Harry Potter Playlists!

By Vitoria BasMay 16, 2017
Dream-scoring the lives our our favorite Harry Potter Characters! More  →
Harry Potter Playlists!

12 Words from Harry Potter That I Know I'm Saying Wrong and You Can't Stop Me

By ElodieMay 16, 2017
Recently, someone told me I was pronouncing "Animagus" wrong. I was shocked, not because I didn’t already know this but because they CORRECTED me. Sure, there is a right way and a wrong way to say things, and by and large it’s better to say them... More  →
12 Words from Harry Potter That I Know I'm Saying Wrong and You Can't Stop Me

The Most Distressing Garments in Jane Eyre, Ranked

By Rosa LysterMay 15, 2017
Jane Eyre is a heavy book. I don’t mean this as a criticism in any way—the whole point of Jane Eyre is that it is serious and full of important lessons. Fun is a distraction. Everyone spends a lot of time suffering, or learning, or... More  →
The Most Distressing Garments in <i>Jane Eyre</i>, Ranked

Would You Rather... (We're On a Harry Potter Roll Here)

By ElodieMay 15, 2017
Last week, we asked the age-old "BOOKS OR MOVIES?" question, and there was nary a lone dissenter amongst the ranks. It was the most unanimous decision since we as a society just universally decided to stop saying "ROFL." TODAY'S QUESTION, however, was inspired by a discuss More  →
Would You Rather... (We're On a <em>Harry Potter</em> Roll Here)

5 Literary Antagonists Who Were Technically the Good Guys, If You Think About It

By ElodieMay 11, 2017
All fictional characters exist on a sliding scale of hero and villain, except for Umbridge, who’s just pure dagnasty evil and the one who taught me how to hate. Sometimes, however, you take a step back and realize the resident "bad guy" in the story isn’t really the bad More  →
5 Literary Antagonists Who Were Technically the Good Guys, If You Think About It

Gryffindor's Social Media Game Is ON POINT

By Sas MilledgeMay 11, 2017
DOES ANYONE KNOW LEE JORDAN'S SNAPCHAT??!?!? Asking for a friend.—eds (PS. Guys, make sure you read the captions on these. They're FUNNY AF.)  More  →
Gryffindor's Social Media Game Is ON POINT

Dystopian Novels Summed Up in a Single Dire Warning

By ElodieMay 10, 2017
Dystopian novels ask us not to see the world as it is, but as it COULD be (you know, if things were just a little bit worse, and if everyone was constantly wearing beige and riding trains to nowhere). Now, depending on your life choices, you may have already stumbled upon o More  →
Dystopian Novels Summed Up in a Single Dire Warning

The 7 Best Times Men Were Terrified of Women in Classic Literature

By ElodieMay 10, 2017
"Woman does a thing, society freaks out" is one of my favorite things that can happen in a book. Obviously "villains monologuing unnecessarily" is my second-favorite thing, and it’s a close second, but terrifying ladies striking fear into the hearts of men will always win More  →
The 7 Best Times Men Were Terrified of Women in Classic Literature