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Yet another great read on why we need the humanities.
Interesting read by John Green!
Does YA Mean Anything Anymore?: Genre in a Digitized World - The Zena Sutherland Lecture - The Horn Book
When we look to the astonishing growth of children’s books — especially YA books — in the last twenty years, we like to credit individuals — J. K. Rowling, for instance. But while it’s a kind of national obligation in the United States to praise individuals over collectives, I want to argue tonight that making …
I love it when someone validates my current suffering :)
According to the radio show A Prairie Home Companion, upon graduating from college with a degree in English, there are only several career options that one is faced with: flip burgers, teach the literary canon to bored high school students, write pre...
The history of Asian American television in one nicely written post.
"Fresh Off the Boat" is finally here, and even though I've been privileged to watch it develop for months, seeing it actually air on TV has been a mind-bending, time-twisting experience — one that I, that many of us, have been waiting a lifetime to arrive.
Crossing my fingers this is true!
A few major studies have now shown that the people who drink the most coffee have the lowest risk of dying from several common diseases.
I think it's high time we bring this back again! I'll just leave it here for your casual enjoyment... ^_^
Basically embodies my whole stance on grammar. I am an ardent proponent of using literally correctly, never using irregardless, and always employing the oxford comma.
Yesterday, a brief panic ensued when it seemed like Oxford was abandoning its own comma. It isn't, but the whole kerfuffle raised the issue of how and why we care so much about these little things.
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- Mills High School2009 - 2013