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Exploring our imaginations: After Alice

By contributor Chantelle Spicer I recently designated some time to read a novel before the pressures of midterms, research, and paper writing took all of the joy out of reading. I wanted it to be something I had not read before and it…

The Thing About Dying Book Review

By contributor Spenser Smith Mildred Tremblay’s The Thing About Dying also has a thing or two to say about living; for every haunting line that compares cats to heartless murderers, there is another line that reflects on the grace found…

Book Review: The Martian

Andy Weir’s book The Martian encapsulates the wondrous  question of “what if” in character, plot, and the narrative story, creating a piece where the reader excitedly wonders if our main character will die or not. Weir’s own knowledge of…