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Here Come Exams—Chill Out About It

by Hannah Hohman

Exams are on the way. *cue Jaws theme music*, and we all know what that means. Panic, sleep deprivation, and our old friend stress. It sure would be nice to take a breather and let go of some of that anxiety right? Besides, you’ll do... Read More

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It's Everything—It's Poetry

by Matt Sutherland

It’s soothing, it’s enraging, it’s melodic, it’s grating––it’s poetry. For an array of feelings all in one section, read any of the six poetry books below. Cenzontle Marcelo Hernandez Castillo BOA Editions Softcover $16.00... Read More

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The World Comes Tumbling Down

by Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

The moment of divergence––apocalypse, cataclysm, discovery, or genesis––looms large in these works of fantasy and science fiction. From slim novellas containing alternate histories and post-apocalyptic revelations to meaty worlds... Read More

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Happy Valentine's Day!

by Hannah Hohman

Love is always in the air the moment the clock strikes midnight on Valentine’s Day. Decorations are found in every store, gestures are made in every couple, a cupid on practically every block. But it’s for a good reason—love is,... Read More

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No More Romance on Valentine's Day

by Hannah Hohman

On Valentine’s Day love can feel like it’s…too much. It’s everywhere. If the presents in the stores look silly to you, the gushy looks make you gag, and the only thing you think Valentine’s Day is good for is the cheap candy... Read More

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The Search of Origins

by Letitia Montgomery-Rogers

A fascinating blend of bona fide history alongside historical fiction, these books peel back the past and insist on origins. Whether it’s a comb through archaeological artifacts or an investigation into the unresolved psychological... Read More

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Front and Center

by Jeff Fleischer

These eight biographies range from a legendary soccer coach surviving the Holocaust to a Peruvian activist fighting for reform to Texas’s favorite satirist and songwriter sharing his stories. Though they have little in common, each is... Read More

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