By Clark Lakomski I first tried reading Donna Tartt’s novel The Goldfinch when I was 15. I hated it. The writing was archaic and lengthy. The characters were quirky and…
Panel discusses Asian American experiences
Cafe owner reminisces Korean American childhood
Asian American teachers answer questions about their childhood
Author lectures about Asian American struggles
Imagine that all you read are picture books with big fonts, colorful illustrations and simple text. Now imagine trying to read Macbeth, one of this schools’ curriculum-required books. Comprehending and digesting a play like Macbeth would be incredibly difficult.
by Malini Gandhi
For some, writing is an escape, a smooth, isolated world to turn to when reality has too many jagged edges and too few answers.