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The 12 Best and Worst Leaders in Fiction

By kat_rosenfieldJuly 21, 2016
Thinking of turning over a new leaf, a better leaf this semester? Pondering a run for class president? Do you have the makings of a... More  →
The 12 Best and Worst Leaders in Fiction

Literary Characters I Was Not Supposed to Find Attractive But Whom I Did, Inexplicably, Find Attractive

By ElodieJune 16, 2016
You don’t choose who you love. You also don’t choose who makes you feel some special sort of way after you read... More  →
Literary Characters I Was Not Supposed to Find Attractive But Whom I Did, Inexplicably, Find Attractive

Everything Classic Lit Taught Me About #Adulting

By Maura Barry-GarlandJune 8, 2016
Adulting is the art of tackling your responsibilities head-on, like you are Hulk Hogan and your responsibilities are some other... More  →
Everything Classic Lit Taught Me About #Adulting

Why We Will Miss Harper Lee Forever

By Janet ManleyFebruary 19, 2016
I don't know whether to quietly go hide a stick of gum in an oak tree or run out into the street... More  →
Why We Will Miss Harper Lee Forever

The Most Underrated Sidekick Quotes in Fiction

By Emily BrownSeptember 21, 2015
We're lucky to live in a world, Sparklers, where muffins can be pumpkin flavored and sidekicks are just as quotable as their... More  →
The Most Underrated Sidekick Quotes in Fiction

The Best Ways to Start Any Essay

By Emma W.September 14, 2015
An untitled Microsoft Word Doc with your name, your teacher's name, the class, and the date; a working title ("Essay 1"); and... More  →
The Best Ways to Start Any Essay

We Just Reached the Best & Worst Parts of Go Set a Watchman

By ElodieJuly 21, 2015
We're reading Part VI of Go Set a Watchman (and we recapped the previous parts in HILARIOUS DETAIL right here). This... More  →
We Just Reached the Best & Worst Parts of <em>Go Set a Watchman</em>