Tag: reading

Papyrus Reviews: “Bloody Rose” by Nicholas Eames

I’m not one to take chances on books. I read stuff that English teachers like. Maybe a best-seller once in a while,...

5 Ways to Dive into God’s Word

Written by Hope Brakenhoff. Media by Taylor Harpster. It is not a simple task to read the Bible, and it is an even more difficult...

Green Turtles All the Way Down

Written by Sarah Burgener. Media by Yecheng Wang. Although the world is not a wish-granting factory, John Green has made the wishes of fangirls everywhere...

Journey to the Cross: Lent

Written by: Tyler Wright. Media by: Jonathan Bremer. Prayer and fasting for 40 days seems a little... extreme, doesn't it? Wouldn't something to that extent...

Gillian Flynn is Back

Written and Media by Andrea Martin. American’s favorite cringe-invoking author is back at it, but this time she has decided to tackle ghost stories. Gillian Flynn’s...

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

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...

Can I Read The Bible?

Written by Joe Watson. Media by Max Gensler. Can I read the Bible? This might sound like a ridiculous question, but it is worth asking....

What to Do on a Rainy Day

Rain, rain go away. Come again another day. We all used to sing this as kids, hoping that the rain would stop so that we could go outside and play. But it didn’t always work. There are still days when it just has to be a rainy day. So what can we do while it’s raining and we have nothing better to do?

Pushing Through:Tips to Finish off the Semester Strong

School and life is full of stress and pressure, but in order to keep sane, we have to find ways to release the stress and pressure that comes with school, family, friends, and jobs. The following are some suggestions to keep your sanity during the semester and in life.