You were legitimately excited when you discovered library cards were free.
I have encountered five books that have exceptionally inspired me to ponder my gender, and how I can cultivate the gifts that make up the zany, cautiously optimistic young woman I am.
Women who read know that we are all capable of attaining multitudes of realities— of living thousands of lives.
Date a woman who reads, who gets lost in bookstores and within the stories of places and people, falling in love with characters she’s never met and worlds she’s never been to.
Lady Gaga: ‘Letters to a Young Poet’ by Rainer Maria Rilke. In a 2009 interview with New York Magazine, Lady Gaga stated that she reads this book every day.
Are you one of those people who want to read but things like your dog that has lupus or the kid you have to emotionally shape and protect get in the way?
Each and every one of these books has made me feel something, they make me want to sob, laugh, cry, rip my hair out, and drink tequila.
Last week, we asked you to show off your school spirit by Tweeting or Instagramming your favorite “college” photos.
Something about the cool, crisp air of autumn makes it the perfect time to start crossing off all of those mystery novels you left sitting on your bookshelf this past summer.
Tell us a funny or poignant story, about how a roommate may have changed your life (for better or worse), and think back to the days of eating Ramen noodles in a cramped dorm room with no air conditioning.