Hahaha, who would have thought that I’d be incredibly busy this month and have no time to read? Probably almost anyone, honestly. April was my last full month at the iSchool. It was a month full of new discoveries, like that it is possible to have both a cold and allergies at the same time […]Read More
Students reveal their thoughts on books and articles that captured their attention.
I’ve said it before, but it bears repeating—there’s no point in reading anything that you don’t enjoy. I’m not the happiest version of myself and I probably won’t be for a while, which means that anytime I’m forcing myself to read something I’m actively making my situation worse. Why do that? So instead, I return […]Read More
Personally, this was a rough month for me. It’s not something I talked to many people outside of my family about, but my dog and actual best friend Dwight had cancer for a year and we had to say goodbye this month. If you’d like to imagine what my life is currently like, imagine walking […]Read More
I have some great news. I might be out of my reading slump. December was jam packed with a trip to New York to see Hamilton(!!!) and the New York Public Library, a ridiculous cold and then Christmas, but January…January was a great month for reading. I read 10 comic volumes, one memoir, two books […]Read More
This month hasn’t been great for reading. I’ve finished a few things, but absolutely nothing that I can recommend without serious asterisks. It’s unfortunate, but it happens. So instead, let’s talk about great things I read during the first half of 2016, all of which I feel really great recommending. The better-than-anything-I-read-in-November Short Stack: 1. […]Read More