Pepperdine community members share their various book suggestions. They shared why they love the stories.
Junior Kara Tyler and Education professor Elizabeth Yomantas started a fundraiser to buy copies of the YA novel “All American Boys” to continue in schools the conversation about police brutality.
Derogatory rhetoric or an opposing opinion?
David Epstein argues the case for learning how to think.
Payson Library will display famous American poetry in honor of the Sept. 11 tragedy.
Photo by Chad Jimenez “I want to go into publishing, like with my major, and I want to either be an editor or a writer in young adult fiction, because of my passion from reading that. I remember that my third grade teacher used to read to us a lot. She used to read to […]
BookWave will make it easier and cheaper for students to buy textbooks
Graphic by Nate Barton Movie adaptations of books are hardly ever good enough for the readers who discovered the story when it existed only in paper and ink. A pop-culture debate is parsing out which was better: the book or the movie. However, the debate over which is better misrepresents the largely different experience each […]
The Last Bookstore is not only a book lover’s paradise, but a place for music and art lovers, too.
Art by Peau Porotesano Spoilers: Most people can agree that they’re terrible. They ruin the suspense, the story and just make the overall experience less enjoyable. That’s why whenever people spoil something, they’re generally greeted with near universal derision. Take, for example, the case of a Montana man who was arrested because he threatened to […]