As the country grappled with social unrest after the murder of George Floyd, many Americans turned to books about racial justice to educate themselves and read about the issues.

Americans, grappling with racial justice, turn to books

Maya Phillips, Contributing Writer May 13, 2021

During the Summer of 2020 the country grappled with the death of George Floyd. In the midst of this social crisis, the US was suffering from a global pandemic. Confined to their homes, and feeling frustrated,...

Masters sophomore Stella Simonds sits in the library reading. When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, the book industry went through many ups and downs, but ultimately found success in 2020.

Book industry finds success through the ups and downs of 2020

Maya Phillips, Contributing Writer February 11, 2021

The COVID-19 outbreak last March quickly bound millions of Americans to their homes, with nowhere to go and lots of time. Many found this to be the perfect opportunity to finally read the books they never...

Atwood grabs ‘em by the possibilities

Atwood grabs ‘em by the possibilities

Mattilynn Stone, Photo Editor October 30, 2019

The Testaments” (2019) is a riveting sequel to “The Handmaid’s Tale” (1985) by Margaret Atwood. It’s a powerful novel about three unlikely women coming together and telling their stories despite...

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