Tag Archives: Moby Dick

NaNoWriMoNoShaveNo

Mashups are a popular thing, right? Wait, let me try that again. Has this ever happened to you? You: Hey, I want to participate in National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo), but I also want to participate in No Shave November … Continue reading

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2015: A Moviegoers Guide to Book-Based Movies in March and April

Read the book, watch the movie, or, if you’re like me, do both? With this guide, you can figure out which option you’d like to pursue. Out March 13th, In The Heart of The Sea If you like the tragedy … Continue reading

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I Ch-Ch-Choose You!

It’s no secret that I read a lot. For school this quarter, I have read Moby Dick, Sheppard Lee, Ruth Hall, Clotel or The President’s Daughter, The Colonizer and The Colonized, Discourse on Colonialism, A Small Place, Black Shack Halley, … Continue reading

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Emoticons, or the little faces people make in chats and on message boards, are an interesting form of communication. They evolved, in my opinion, to convey the mood of speech which can often be hard to detect over chats on … Continue reading

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