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‘The Librarian Spy’

September 17, 2022 Stephanie Dolan

By Stefanie Davis “After all, there was nothing Ava loved more than the scent of old books – except of course, the power of the written word.” Words certainly have power in “The Librarian Spy” […]

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Smells like teen fake news

September 17, 2022 Stephanie Dolan

By Curtis Honeycutt In November 1992, the Seattle grunge music scene was exploding in its popularity. While the angsty grunge fans were rocking in their flannel shirts, Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain was penning hits including […]

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‘Love, Decoded’

August 20, 2022 Stephanie Dolan

By Stefanie Davis Friendships, an app development contest and a little romance are all a part of this modern-day retelling of Austen’s Emma. Gigi Wong is a Chinese American high school junior at an elite […]

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This summer treat’s a sure bet

June 4, 2022 Stephanie Dolan

By Curtis Honeycutt Who doesn’t like a good ice cream cone during summer? Lactose intolerant people. Intolerance aside, I want everyone to be able to stomach this column, so I’ll do my best to steer […]