Opinion

Reading in between the lines: Honing in on handwriting

Reading in between the lines: Honing in on handwriting

Slowly ceasing, day by day, year by year. Once a privilege, now only found within a few. As learned in sophomore history classes, handwriting was first formed by ancient civilizations such as Rome, Mesopotamia, Egypt, and China dating back to 3000 BCE. Early writings...

Immigration & literature

Immigration & literature

Literature has an amazing ability to portray all sorts of ideas in precise, captivating words. The stories that are told through literature have the ability to motivate and inform in a way readers could not have fathomed. Writers bring together their opinions and the...

Reading in between the lines: Honing in on handwriting

The literature we study at school needs to be diversified

Before we started studying works of literature in school-- not counting being read stories aloud-- I was always drawn to strong-willed, intelligent and book-loving female characters who advocated for what they thought was right. When I was 5 years old and in my Disney...

Reading in between the lines: Honing in on handwriting

Fans should be wary of Harper Lee’s new book

On Feb. 3, Harper Lee, the beloved author of the American classic “To Kill A Mockingbird,” made a shocking statement. To the surprise of her fans and the general public, the 88-year-old author announced the rediscovery and release of her second novel, “Go Set A...