Tag: books

Why You Should Read Children’s/YA Lit as a College Student

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Written by Juliana Bringer. Media by Mary Todd Christian Have you ever gone to the library or a bookstore and found a book that sounded...

What Lemony Snicket Taught Me

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Written and Media by Mary Todd Christian.   I can't contain my excitement at the thought that A Series of Unfortunate Events will be released on Netflix in...

Author Spotlight: Rainbow Rowell

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Written by Kristen Kanaskie. Media by Madison Moran. If you’ve stuck your head into a bookstore in the past four years or have kept up...

Logan’s List: Media Meal Week #1

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Written by Logan Welliver. Media by Paul Anderson. Song: Ledges by Noah Gundersen You guessed it; it’s the title track for this week’s album. If anything,...

Hunger Games: Are We Missing the Point?

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It’s no secret that the Hunger Games trilogy by Suzanne Collins has become wildly popular and famous both in the books and on screen with the first two books turned into movies. People of all ages are getting into this series originally intended to be a young-adult novel.

Greenville Outreach

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God works through some of the strangest things, and it's always amazing to see what He is up to--especially when you can be involved. Recently there has been an outcry on campus for more outreach opportunities and I am personally thrilled that more and more people are anxious to join the work that God is doing and wants to do through the students on our campus. I hope this article introduces you to a new opportunity, as well as informs you on the things that students are doing.

On The Importance of a Good Title

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Written by John Thomas Brittingham. Media by Michael Trieb “I Saw Satan Fall Like Lightning” “The Heart is a Lonely Hunter” “When You Are Engulfed in Flames” These are great titles. They are bold. They are inviting. Some might even say that they are epic. These are great titles, and they tell you almost nothing about the content of the book.

Did You Read That Correctly?

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Written & Media by Kevin Dunne. “What an astonishing thing a book is. It’s a flat object made from a tree with flexible parts on which are imprinted lots of funny dark squiggles. But one glance at it and you’re inside the mind of another person, maybe somebody dead for thousands of years. Across the millennia, an author is speaking clearly and silently inside your head, directly to you.

Is Journalism Black and White?

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Written by Kristen Minshall. Gone are the days of the newspaper. There is no longer the need to put on your slippers and walk down the...