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Barnes and Noble to offer required reading at school sale

February 2, 2010

By Ashleigh Heaton Entertainment Editor This Wednesday through Friday, Feb. 3-5, Barnes and Noble will be holding a booksale for required reading books outside the horseshoe during lunches. Students can pickup books they need to read later in the semester at reasonable prices through this offer, so b...

Book review: Eat Pray Love

January 29, 2010

by Melissa Brisco Staff Writer I am generally not a big fan of autobiographies. Normally, I find them boring and I quickly lose interest. However, Elizabeth Gilbert’s Eat Pray Love is one of the best books I have recently read. Eat Pray Love tells the story of Gilbert’s life after divorce and another  heartache and her miraculous journey through three countries on he...

Kindle kindles my aversion

January 4, 2010

By Rebecca Fowler Staff Writer If you haven’t heard of the Kindle yet, you will. Largely growing in popularity, this little device is greatly altering the way we read and gain information.  It is an electronic book reader produced by Amazon which allows users to purchase books directly from the d...

“The Blind Side” movie review

December 11, 2009

By Rebecca Fowler Staff Writer There are few movies able to accurately portray a true story while maintaining powerful, touching morals.  The Blind Side, however, does just this. The Blind Side, starring Sandra Bullock, Tim McGraw and Kathy Bates, is an amazing on-screen version of Michael Lewis’...

On the battlefield: Internet vs. novels

October 15, 2009

By Rebecca Fowler Staff Writer What is your status? You know what I’m talking about. Not your class rank, mood or physical location, but something much more exciting: your favorite quote on Facebook or your minute-to-minute action on Twitter. It is logical that as society changes our vocabula...

After 70 years of lions and tigers and bears

October 7, 2009

By Rebecca Fowler Staff Writer Since 1939, the world has been fascinated by the film version of Frank Baum’s The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.  We know the story, we know the songs, and we have fallen in love with the classic characters. Not only was The Wizard of Oz a Technicolor masterpiece at th...

Book review: The Shack

September 11, 2009

By Rebecca Fowler Staff Writer “Life takes a bit of time and a lot of relationship.” There it is: the point of William Paul Young’s astonishing and controversial novel, The Shack. Revolving around love, relationships and trust, The Shack is a powerful story that forces its readers to ex...