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We Chose the Tech Life

We Chose the Tech Life

Zoe Cowan

January 26, 2018


Filed under Featured, Features

Junior Kelly Borgstrom has no cell phone, computer, or internet in her home, and likes it that way. She does research using books from the library, and hand writes all of her assignments. If a teacher insists it must be typed, she will use her typewriter. Having and using technology constantly inside an...

The Fault in Our Fiction

The Fault in Our Fiction

Camille Morgan

October 2, 2014


Filed under Opinion

It often seems like I can’t browse the aisles of any bookstore or “Young Adult” reading section without cringing. The magenta spines and cerulean blue covers seem to scream, “I have no substance!” These books are titled using a rather limited word bank, often using solely an adjecti...

“The Drowned Cities”: a much needed sci-fi thriller

“The Drowned Cities”: a much needed sci-fi thriller

Emma Talkoff

June 4, 2012


Filed under Reviews

For anyone still mired in the world of “The Hunger Games,” this latest young adult offering from celebrated sci-fi author Paolo Bacigalupi is sure to at least temporarily fill the void. As seems to be the trend with current YA novels, “The Drowned Cities” focuses on the exploits of a pair of down...

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