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Blogging The Odyssey: Part 2 (The One Where We Find Out What the Hell Even Happened to Odysseus)

By ElodieSeptember 9, 2016
In case you missed it, I'm Elodie and I'm blogging The Odyssey, a book that is very heavy. Guys, it’s so heavy. I have dainty spaghetti arms and no upper arm strength. I am Suffering. Luckily for you, however, you don't have to lug this book around; you... More  →
Blogging <em>The Odyssey</em>: Part 2 (The One Where We Find Out What the Hell Even Happened to Odysseus)

How Every Zodiac Sign Plays Pokemon Go

By Paulina BasSeptember 9, 2016
(& if you're wondering what your Zodiac sign has to do with how you play Pokémon Go, I see you, Capricorn.) More  →
How Every Zodiac Sign Plays Pokémon Go

Auntie SparkNotes: I Don't Like Jokes About Mental Illness

By kat_rosenfieldSeptember 8, 2016
Hello Auntie SparkNotes, I am an upcoming junior in high school who went to a small elementary school through K-8. There, I had a group of friends and we would tell each other EVERYTHING and we were together pretty much 24/7. As fate would have... More  →
Auntie SparkNotes: I Don't Like Jokes About Mental Illness

Blogging Moby-Dick, Part Two: Everything You Never Wanted To Know About Whales

By Elaine AtwellSeptember 8, 2016
Read Part 1 of the series here! Ahoy and welcome back to Moby-Richard, our analysis of what is possibly one of the greatest (and certainly one of the longest) books in the English language. When last we left our hero(?) Ishmael(??), he had just boarded the Pequod... More  →
Blogging <i>Moby-Dick</i>, Part Two: Everything You Never Wanted To Know About Whales

If Shakespeare Characters Had Business Cards

By Steffi LynnSeptember 8, 2016
Remember when Steffi Lynn brought you Harry Potter business cards? SHE'S DONE IT AGAIN. Can't you picture Mercutio spotting you at a coffee shop, getting an espresso to go and on his way out slipping you his card... because we can. Onwards  More  →
If Shakespeare Characters Had Business Cards

All the Times Nick Describes Gatsby's Smile, Ranked in Order of How Platonic They Are

By ElodieSeptember 8, 2016
A common motif in The Great Gatsby is Gatsby smiling, which is immediately followed by Nick swooning so hard he just about dies. I learned this back when I was reading the book and blogging it chapter by chapter. I tried to take note whenever this happened,... More  →
All the Times Nick Describes Gatsby's Smile, Ranked in Order of How Platonic They Are

What to Expect From Your First Fiction Workshop

By Kurt HarrogateSeptember 7, 2016
When I showed up to my first fiction workshop as an English major, I had no idea what to expect; my high school hadn't had anything like it, and up to that point my creative writing experience had been limited to scribbling stories in my... More  →
What to Expect From Your First Fiction Workshop

What Club Should You Start?

By Kelly HoffmacherSeptember 7, 2016
Fall is here. You’ve always wanted to take initiative and bring your school what it’s lacking—extra-curricular-ly speaking. But which activity void are you best suited to fill? Take this quiz and find out which after-school torch is yours to carry! ... More  →
What Club Should You Start?