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Book review: Fish in a Tree

Book review: Fish in a Tree

Andrea Huete, Copy Editor (She/Her) April 26, 2022

​​As an Early Childhood Education major, I was required to take a class called Survey of Middle-Level Education, EDFN 300. My instructor, Betsy L. Schamber, had us read a novel, “Fish in a Tree,”...

Rebecca Serle’s novel transports its readers

Rebecca Serle’s novel transports its readers

Hemishka Lobin, Guest Columnist March 29, 2022

After the death of her mother, main character Katy Silver feels adrift. The story describes her relationship with her mother Carol and her marriage with her husband, Eric. Katy decides to go to Italy alone,...

Why Men Love Bitches: An assertive self help book

Why Men Love Bitches: An assertive self help book

Colette Gannon, Reporter (She/her) October 20, 2020

When one of my favorite YouTubers and podcasters, Shallon Lester, the self-declared “queen of the girls,” and proponent of confidence, self-esteem and “feminine feminism” recommended that all of...

PENGUIN RANDOM HOUSE
Bestselling author John Green’s newest novel follows 16-year-old Aza, who has Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, in her investigation of a businessman’s disappearance.

‘Turtles All the Way Down’ educates about mental health

Diane Dykes November 29, 2017

Editor’s Note: The grading system used here is similar to the 10-point scale used in SDSU courses. GRADE: A In John Green’s latest novel, “Turtles All the Way Down,” Green boldly writes about...

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