Sabrina, Basia, Tori, Katia, and Maïana discuss The Round House by Louise Erdrich. They talk about themes from the novel such as: Native culture, misogyny, trauma, and how these topics extend beyond just the pages of this book.
We must master our circumstances, growing past the insanity that this year has been and carrying these lessons into life after high school.
Discrimination is more a way of thinking than politics: changing laws is easier than changing thoughts.
Towles transforms mundane interactions into life-altering moments, teaching us that every moment in a person's life is worthy of our attention.
Recursion, by Blake Crouch, attempts to explore the implications and intricacies of time travel but comes woefully short.
“The mind is the most powerful thing in the world. The mind has capabilities that are so unknown, and being able to tap into that is on the other side of suffering.” — David Goggins
Angie Thomas's novel will call you out and confront you. Invite the discomfort. The only way to learn is to listen.