6 Books to Get You Through Your Quarter Life Crisis

By Brenna Sarantides We all can agree that times are weird right now. In the midst of quarantining, existential dread is abundant. For those in their 20s, panic was already on the horizon. These conditions have merely exasperated the effects.  On the brink of adulthood, many people find themselves questioning all the uncertainty. Will I… More 6 Books to Get You Through Your Quarter Life Crisis

What Quarantine Book You Should be Reading Based on Your Star Sign

By Jennie Fetzer It’s Monday, March 23, 2020, and the CDC has officially closed all non-essential businesses in the state of Connecticut. It has also been advised that we practice social distancing to stop the spread of COVID-19, better known as “Corona”. For many, this means hunkering down in our homes and figuring out ways… More What Quarantine Book You Should be Reading Based on Your Star Sign

Reading Recommendation: ‘Self Care in Uncertain Times’

By Danny Mitola I think we can all agree that we’re living in a strange moment in history right now. With the looming threat of COVID-19 hanging over everyone comes many challenges, from having to adjust to staying home all the time, to wondering where food will come from. A few months ago, I don’t… More Reading Recommendation: ‘Self Care in Uncertain Times’

Anna Coronina… or How Classic Books Would Change if the Main Character had Coronavirus

By Alyssa Grimaldi Part of the magic in reading emerges from the distinct ability of imagining yourself in the place of any protagonist. You can be Elizabeth Bennet at the ball with Mr. Darcy, Harry Potter fighting Voldemort, or Hamlet avenging his father’s untimely death. But what if characters from classic literary works were in… More Anna Coronina… or How Classic Books Would Change if the Main Character had Coronavirus

Why Online English Classes (Probably) Won’t Work

By Lili Fishman It’s finally happened. After two weeks of UConn students wondering what the university was going to do with spring break and COVID-19 coinciding at the same time, we finally have an answer. After spring break, UConn is switching to online classes for at least two weeks to minimize possibility of exposure. As… More Why Online English Classes (Probably) Won’t Work