If you think that summer reading is only for school, book columnist Kate Jones PO ’24 suggests that you think again. It can also be for fun!
Rereading books can be a bad idea but revisiting “Fangirl” isn’t, argues book columnist Kate Jones PO ’24.
Is annotation just an academic task? Book columnist Kate Jones PO ’24 reconsiders her relationship with annotation, saying that it is an act of love.
Feeling lonely? Book columnist Kate Jones PO ’24 suggests that “You & A Bike & A Road” – and Honnold-Mudd’s graphic novel section – just might be the cure.
Stuck in a reading slump? Book columnist Kate Jones PO ’24 suggests that it’s okay to read fluffy books — and even fun.
Despite the fantasy genre of returning novel “Saga”, the sex-drugs-and-aliens packed comic remains deeply human, asserts book columnist Kate Jones PO ’24.
With responsibilities including researching, working on personal projects, assisting students, and advertising resources, the Honnold/Mudd librarians’ schedules are booked.
As part of a worldwide series of Climate Change Theatre Action plays, students performed eight short monologues at The Hive on Tuesday.
At the 5C Board Game Group, de-stressing and community are the names of the game.
Dorm-ant? No, these uninvited insects are alive and active in your room. To rid these squatters, try the methods these students swear by.