Take Note! 6 Tips to Enhance Your Notes for Successful Studying

Notes are a great way to stay engaged with material in class, whether it’s presented in a lecture or a discussion-style format. Not all notes are created equal, however—some strategies in particular can maximize the quality and effectiveness of your notes.

Consider these six tips to enhance your notes this school year. Continue Reading ›

Prose, Poetry, and Macaroni: Seattle’s Lit Crawl 2016

Lit Crawl is Seattle, WA’s biggest and baddest annual event of poetry and prose readings. With 15 venues, 35 readings, and 5 phases, Lit Crawl is a massive uplift of local voices and art, as well as the perfect niche for a literary nerd. We went to the first four phases, and were blown away by the showcase of talent. In case you missed eNotes live documenting the event on our Instagram, we’ve recapped some highlights. Continue Reading ›

How to Land an Internship (The Right Way!)

For college students, the word internship is one with a lot of weight attached. Everywhere you turn, it seems you can hear fellow students talking about/discussing/desiring/angst-ing over a coveted internship. So what exactly is an internship anyway?

According to Vocabulary.com, an internship can be defined as “a temporary position with an emphasis on on-the-job training rather than merely employment, and it can be either paid or unpaid.” Continue Reading ›

6 Feminist Literary Costume Ideas

It’s October, so the search for the perfect costume has begun! This year, why not put something together other than the half-hearted whiskers and cat ears you’ve been sporting in a rush to the costume party? Or maybe you take your costumes seriously and are looking for something extra fierce this year. Well, either way, we’ve got what you’re looking for. There is nothing more fierce than these literary feminist icons that are sure to make an impression! Continue Reading ›

6 Budget-Friendly Ideas to Keep Your Students Engaged this Year

As a teacher, you know firsthand that students often respond to experiential and interactive learning methods, not to mention they often remember these lessons more vividly. Regurgitating information from a textbook might be today’s prevailing academic model, but you understand that students are more likely to absorb this information when they recognize the real-world applications. Continue Reading ›