Hannah Jumer, Converse College
Women’s mental health has gained awareness over the years, but there’s always room for growth.
Set in a world where fairies and humans live side-by-side yet far from together, this book is full of romance, suspense and political tension that reflects the issues of our own world.
Body positivity is becoming more mainstream and more and more women of different shapes, colors and sizes are being represented in the media — but there is still more work to be done.
Bee colonies around the world are suffering collapses — mainly due to human interference. However, all is not lost; there is still time to save the bees.
There are some people who can’t see with their mind’s eye. What does this mean for their learning abilities? How should education adjust to help them learn?
The viral wolfdog is the new star at this Florida-based animal rehabilitation center.
Get ready for a feline-filled video game adventure.
Smart home speakers are becoming incredibly popular but have been inaccessible to the deaf and hard of hearing community — until now.
The Netflix show takes a look inside the life of two men who run a rescue of over 10,000 dogs — all out of their home.
This beautifully dark, lyric verse novel tells the story of Joan of Arc — a young country girl turned great leader who burned for the girls who fear the fire inside themselves.
The young adult novel by C.J. Lyons is an enticing murder mystery about defining yourself outside of your family.
A recently released album, a coinciding tour and the promise for brand-new music in 2020 – emo kids’ favorite goth rock band is coming back.
Elana K. Arnold’s latest young adult novel subverts the typical damsel-in-distress storyline to say something bigger.
Adulting 101 for your summer reading list.
In higher education, it’s survival of the fittest.
The mermaids might be fake, but the environmental concerns aren’t.
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