The Key Elements of a Dystopian Novel

By Kathryn O’Donnell Times are weird, there’s no doubt about that. The government is ordering citizens to stay at home. Traveling is limited. People are walking around grocery stores with masks. Businesses and universities have shut down. Places that have never shut down in their history are closed. Honestly, things have never felt more dystopian… More The Key Elements of a Dystopian Novel

Ten Books I was Assigned to Read as an Undergrad that Actually Didn’t Suck

By: Amanda McCarthy

It happens every semester. You arrive on the first day of class, sit down, and pour over the list of assigned texts that you will need to trudge through over the coming months. You remember something your tenth grade English teacher said about the classics being important and every time a professor stands in front… More Ten Books I was Assigned to Read as an Undergrad that Actually Didn’t Suck By: Amanda McCarthy