• celina sun

    family moments

    a collection of memories by post- editors

    October 17, 2019
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    Three years ago today, my parents flew from Minnesota to Providence for my first Family Weekend at Brown. We had been apart for barely over a month but hugged in front of Soban like it had been a year. I’d never been away from home for that long before, and though I was slowly acclimating […]

    It’s Lit

    Why You Shouldn’t Dismiss YA Fiction

    December 1, 2016
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    Young adult literature is often a divisive topic among book-readers—one that can ruin friendships, cause literary wars, or at least prompt school-newspaper coverage. (We book-readers are very passionate about our opinions and must express them to the public after all.) Although some critics dismiss young adult fiction as lowbrow reading, believing that YA novels have […]


    shaking those post-finale blues

    October 20, 2016
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    So you’ve just finished a book that shattered your heart and destroyed your soul. You’re still reeling from the plot twists, worried about the characters that the author has left in dire straits, and aghast because you have to wait another twelve months before the next book comes out. All you want to do is […]