In an exclusive interview, the CUI hears from CU alum Judy Choi about her and her niece, Phoenix Brown’s, new debut poetry book on being Chinese Americans. By Isabella Fincher
A profile of one young woman’s struggle is a look at the way modern college students deal with mental health. By Carina Julig
John Green’s ‘Turtles All the Way Down’ captures the reality of struggling with mental health while making it accessible. By Anna Blanco
Hillary Clinton’s book, ‘What Happened,’ reveals a new side to her, but it’s not worth the read if you’re tired of politics. By Stephanie Wood
On Friday, feminist Gloria Steinem gave an in-depth look at “My Life on the Road” and talked about her support for Clinton. By Trin Clark
A Harry Potter fan’s live reactions to one of the new short stories released to Kindle. By Anna Blanco
Reading may not be at the top of your fun list after homework, but these books can add some substance to your life, or at least help you procrastinate that chemistry homework longer.
“Harry who?” J.K. Rowling is taking her first steps outside the magical world of “Harry Potter” to give us a tale of Muggles and politics.
Christopher Moore’s latest novel, “Sacre Bleu,” is a darkly comedic look at the 1800s Paris art scene.
By Ellie Patterson
With the movie premiere upon us, here’s a look at the book where it all started.