Night and 10 Other Must-Read Memoirs

On July 2, 2017, we will commemorate the one-year passing of novelist and recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize Elie Wiesel. While Wiesel penned several autobiographies and works of fiction, his best-known work is Night—a memoir based on his experiences as a prisoner in WWII concentration camps, specifically Auschwitz and Buchenwald. A harrowing read offering a firsthand account of one of our world’s most tragic time periods, Night helped shine a light on the Holocaust and to…

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Grunt: Science of War, Medicine, and the Humans in the Middle of It All

Mary Roach’s Grunt: The Curious Science of Humans at War gives readers a glimpse into the stunning world of military science and medicine.

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Stay Woke: 8 Award-Winning Books About Race, Feminism, and Immigration

“Read more books by diverse authors” was a friend’s New Year’s resolution which, in my humblest opinion, is an important evolution from the common and, dare I say, vanilla “Read more!” resolution.

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Ace Your Midterms with These Study Tricks

We’re all familiar with late-night cram sessions and all-nighters during the week of midterms. Exams and tests come one after the other, it seems, and not too long after the school year starts! Studying doesn’t have to be that stressful, though. Here are handy tricks to help you ace your midterms:

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Win a Signed Copy of “The Hour of Land” by Terry Tempest Williams

“There is a cost in disrupting the status quo, but what is the cost if we do nothing?” This question was asked by Terry Tempest Williams, author of Refuge and When Women Were Birds, during a reading and book-signing in Seattle, WA in June 2016.

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