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Elisabeth Wilkes
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Tragicomic: The "Fun" Way to Talk About Mental Disorders
And so we meet again, Alison Bechdel's Fun Home. In the last two years, I have read this comic about family disfunction three times due to one teacher assigning it ever semester I have had her. Don't get me wrong, I really liked the book... well the first a...
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Interview the Musical: Tips For Dancing Through the Interview Process
When I heard the word "Mock Interview" in my Literary Citizenship class, I wished I had a turtle shell to retreat to. It seemed to real world related, so naturally I looked towards musicals to make something serious seem less daunting. Musicals have always ...
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But Gone with the Wind is SO good! I wish more people liked it...
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7 Reasons to Drink Tea
It baffles me that Americans are so slow on the tea loving thing that seems to be going on with the rest of the world. Perhaps we're still feeling the after affects of the Boston Tea party, but come on guys, it is second most consumed drink after water. In ...
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Top 7 Pieces of Tea Paraphernalia
It baffles me that Americans are so slow on the tea loving thing that seems to be going on with the rest of the world. Perhaps we're still feeling the after affects of the Boston Tea party, but come on guys, it is second most consumed drink after water. In ...
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Book Utilitarians
Only as an English major is reading 120 pages of a book a "relief" from your workload, what with twenty paged finals and the like. This semester, however, even that isn't much of a vacation when five of your classes assign the same amount of reading. (Discl...
Book Utilitarians
Book Utilitarians
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Fandoms and Literature
If I had to guess my spirit animal, I would have to say it is a bookworm, tunneling through literature as if my life (as well as my major and GPA) depended on it. I never choose the bookworm life, it just crawled into my heart and decided to make a home. I ...
Fandoms and Literature
Fandoms and Literature
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Entering the Game
Twitter confounds me, Instagram is as uncharted as Mars, and, in general, I converse with my computer much the same way your grandmother might with hers. (It is a rather unagreeable machine that refuses to bend to my will.) The only difference between your ...
Entering the Game
Entering the Game
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