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How to Ask Someone to Homecoming, According to Shakespeare

By ElodieSeptember 19, 2016
Someone once asked me to homecoming by saying, "Dance? You and me? Maybe?" and I said, "Yep," and for me that exchange... More  →
How to Ask Someone to Homecoming, According to Shakespeare

Snapchats from Shakespeare

By Taylor NolesSeptember 14, 2016
Because you know Ophelia would be all over those flower crown ... More  →
Snapchats from Shakespeare

How to Kiss, According to Shakespeare

By ElodieSeptember 7, 2016
Kissing is pretty neat. Let’s not dive too deeply into the haunted crypt that is my love life, but suffice it to... More  →
How to Kiss, According to Shakespeare

What Going Back to School Is Like, According to Shakespeare

By ElodieAugust 23, 2016
School is starting and inspiring in us all an emotion generally known as "ugh." Shakespeare knows what that's about. Dude may be dead and... More  →
What Going Back to School Is Like, According to Shakespeare

Shakespeare Plays From the POV of Their Female Characters

By andrew joanisAugust 23, 2016
Ever feel like Shakespeare didn't give enough credit to his female ... More  →
Shakespeare Plays From the POV of Their Female Characters

Who's Your Shakespearean Foil?

By Taylor NolesJuly 25, 2016
A foil in literature is usually a character whose traits serve to highlight those of another. It's not necessarily the villain to... More  →
Who's Your Shakespearean Foil?

Who's Your Literary Tinder Match?

By Kurt HarrogateJune 6, 2016
Swiping Toward Bethlehem; Harry Potter and The Half-Assed Opener; Infinite Claims That You Read Infinite Jest Every Year; Zen and The Art... More  →
Who's Your Literary Tinder Match?

Which Shakespearean Career Would You Have?

By Elaine AtwellMay 17, 2016
Few decisions are more important than the choice of how you'll be spending forty hours a week for the rest of your... More  →
Which Shakespearean Career Would You Have?

If Shakespeare Got Lazy

By Emma W.May 16, 2016

We all have our "off days"—days we're feeling tired, uninspired, perpetually hungry, apathetic, pissed at the world. Shakespeare must... More  →

If Shakespeare Got Lazy