By Jacob Carter, Staff Writer @jacobca1995 Amazon recently released a list compiled by the website’s book editors entitled 100 Books to Read in a Lifetime. According to the editor, they wanted it to encompass “all stages of a life” and provide a guide to a reader’s most essential literary endeavors. Their effort is admirable — I […]

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By Heather Goldin, Multimedia Editor @HeatherGoldin Trident Booksellers and Café is the ideal location for a literary magazine launch party. Lined with shelves upon shelves of colorful books, the Newbury Street bookstore’s dim lighting is perfect for a poetry reading, and their menu has everything a college student needs to convince their friends to show […]

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By Deborah Wong, Staff Writer Gather around, book lovers and inspiring artists! It’s that time of that year in Boston where book lovers unite at Copley Square to share their love for the power of words. The fifth-annual Boston Book Festival will be bustling with people attending fiction-writing seminars, listening to inspiring authors about their […]

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By Alexandra Diantgikis, Staff Writer When you’re in a literature course that requires twelve books, a trip to the used bookstore is a must. Not only will it save you a bundle, but also I personally find it to be a great adventure. Wandering through a bookstore and browsing the shelves is enough to put […]

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By Kimberly Clark, Science Tuesday Editor With the semester coming to a close and with finals just around the corner, it’s finally time to crack open your books and actually read them. Or you could try this science trick instead. It’s up to you. [youtube=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4VES8zbmobI”] I’ll admit it. I was a disbeliever at first. So, […]

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