The Importance of “13 Reasons Why” By Brandy Davis

Although reading about mental health issues can be difficult, especially for those who suffer from them themselves, it is incredibly important to learn and understand the reality behind them. Jay Asher’s novel “13 Reasons Why” is an explicit novel that highlights the aftermath of a teens suicide and the impact that is has on her classmates, parents, and community.

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“Invisible Cities” Book Review By Taylor Gilman

Italo Calvino’s Invisible Cities is considered a classic and was originally published in Italy in 1972. The author himself was renowned around the world for being one of the twentieth century’s greatest storytellers. Invisible Cities has been translated into dozens of languages along with his other works If on a Winter’s Night a Traveler and…

Lauren Graham Is Talking As Fast As She Can By Larissa Hamblin

From living on a boat to owning the big streets of NYC, Lauren Graham started from the bottom and acted her way to the top. Through becoming the heart-warming roles that we know and love, she continues to cherish her work and builds hope for the future.

“Wuthering Heights” Position Piece By Brenda Argueta

Heathcliff and Catherine, complex characters in Emily Bronte’s Wuthering Heights, are often referred to as “star-crossed lovers.” With the childhood that they each endured, Heathcliff and Catherine were destined to be together until the end, as it was portrayed in the novel’s conclusion when villagers described seeing their ghosts together on the moors. However, their…