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What Does Your Library Say About What You Love?

What Does Your Library Say About What You Love?

By Joseph Cunningham | Want to advance liberty and Western civilization effectively? Maybe you’re studying political theory or the humanities and planning to go to grad school. Maybe you’re an editor for an independent paper with dreams of becoming a sharp,...
Why You Should Read “The Worst Books”

Why You Should Read “The Worst Books”

By Susan McWilliams | It’s great that you love the Great Books. But now it’s time to read some bad books. And I don’t mean just any bad books. I mean the Big Bad Books. I mean the Worst Books: the books that you’re convinced are the undoers of civilization, the...
Mark It Up: To Annotate a Text, or Not?

Mark It Up: To Annotate a Text, or Not?

By Charlie Wesley | As an undergraduate, I did not often annotate the texts I was assigned to read for class. Nor was I encouraged to. When I look back through the books I read as a freshman, I find they are utterly devoid of notations. A survey of my texts from...
Can Books and Ebooks Coexist?  Yes, and They Will!

Can Books and Ebooks Coexist? Yes, and They Will!

Will the printed book disappear due to the eBook explosion?  Are eBook sales flat-lining?  Lovers of books continue to worry while eBook readers can’t figure out why printed books persist.  The following infographic shows how the traditional hard copy book is...
High School Reading Becoming Simpler: Surprised?

High School Reading Becoming Simpler: Surprised?

By Samuel Klee We’ve all heard it—life is far easier now than “back in the day” when our grandparents were young. I admit, those words may contain some degree of truth; at school, research no longer requires laborious pilgrimages to musty library crypts, and I shall...