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Summer Reads

Youngjoo Ahn, Feature Editor

May 31, 2013

Chick lit Devil Wears Prada by Lauren Weisberger Sophie Kinsella Jane Green The Nanny Diaries by Emma McLaughlin and Nicola Kraus Candace Bushnell Plays Our Town by Thorton Wilder The Tempest by Shakespeare Rhinoceros by Ionesco Required Reading that Ends Up Being Favorites East of Eden by John Steinbeck ...

What to Expect From Summer Reading

Reese Levine, Katie Hoskins, and Sophia Bollag

May 25, 2012

While the upcoming summer months promise days of fun in the sun and massive amounts of ice cream, for many of us enrolled in AP or Honors classes, summer also means summer reading. Instead of procrastinating and waiting until post-Mats day to get going, know what to expect as you delve into the wonderful world of summer homework. Who knows? You mig...

What to Expect From Summer Reading

Katie Hoskins, Reese Levine, and Sophia Bollag

May 24, 2012

by Katie Hoskins, Sophia Bollag, and Reese Levine While the upcoming summer months promise days of fun in the sun and massive amounts of ice cream, for many of us enrolled in AP or Honors classes, summer also means summer reading. Instead of procrastinating and waiting until post-Mats day to get going, know what to expect as you delve into the w...

Why The Hunger Games is (Kind of) Addicting

Why The Hunger Games is (Kind of) Addicting

April 6, 2012

When my mother picked up a copy of Suzanne Collins’ The Hunger Games, I knew that it was time to bite the bullet and give in ...

Standing on the Brink of a New Interpretation

Standing on the Brink of a New Interpretation

February 16, 2012

Introducing Sophia Bollag, one of Mirador’s new monthly columnists! Her articles are posted on the third Thursday of every mon...

Why the Free Book Cart is Addicting

Why the Free Book Cart is Addicting

February 10, 2012

Introducing Kelsi Lerner, one of Mirador’s new monthly columnists! Articles from her series, Why... is Addicting, are posted o...

Despite his ever-changing and perpetually horrible haircut, Daniel Radcliffe managed to secure a place in the hearts of Harry Potter fans across the globe—a place that will not soon be filled with new characters.

Media Scrambles to Replace Harry Potter

September 30, 2011

Since the conclusion of the Harry Potter movie saga earlier this summer, there has been a gaping hole in the teen market. Fans ree...

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