Textbook TV Shows Pt. 2

by on March 31, 2014

In my last post, I wrote about four TV shows that Hercampus stated were basically textbooks. In this article, I’ll be writing about the last three. To view that article, click here. #5. Firefly: Ethics 101. The show, at first, would make you question why it’s in there. How could a textbook possibly relate to […]

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Textbook TV Shows Pt. 1

by on March 24, 2014

Don’t worry if you’ve spent all your time “studying for finals” by watching Netflix. Okay, worry a little bit – but not if you’re watching these seven shows, that Hercampus states are basically textbooks. Yes, they’re trying to make you feel better about your unhealthy procrastination habits – but hey, we all need a little […]

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Reading Appreciation

by on March 17, 2014

We look at reading as a means to stop thinking about our own lives and dive into a world outside of our own. These are some quotes in lieu of appreciating books and reading.   #1. Alan Bennett “The best moments in reading are when you come across something – a thought, a feeling, a […]

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Textbook Controversy

by on March 10, 2014

Just as with bias, textbooks often find themselves in the limelight – but not for the right reasons. Textbooks have been known to be the center of incredibly troublesome controversies – even getting as serious as having them pulled from school districts for various reasons. In this article, we will be discussing those reasons. #1. […]

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Australia’s Zookal

by on March 3, 2014

Australia’s got this pretty interesting thing going on with it’s textbook culture. Earlier this month, Zookal announced that it would provide something to customers called Express Delivery. This “Express Delivery” is much more than what we view as express mail in the United States – although it appears as if, by 2015, Zookal plans for […]

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