Have we lost the original reading experience?
Liana Riley is a political science junior and Mustang News columnist. Did you forget about books? Because I definitely did. The pages that once held my favorite personifications grew dusty. I let the Judy Blume novels that assisted me through my formative years slip away into some dark crevice of my memory. The five-hour lines […]
The 24th edition of the English department’s “Byzantium” release included good reads and good food.
Hannah Croft email@example.com Cal Poly students and community members can start Valentine’s Day early this year. The annual Loverspeak poetry reading comes to campus on Feb. 12 at 8 p.m. Loverspeak is a fundraiser for “Byzantium,” Cal Poly’s literary annual, and the proceeds go toward the production process. English senior and “Byzantium” editor Claire Marshall […]
I remember the last month of high school: everyone knew where they were going and absolutely everyone was talking about college. They expected an incredible amount of fun, from parties to extracurricular activities — it was all anyone talked about. But now, having come to college and gone through a quarter-and-a-half, we’ve all realized that […]
Where dwindling attention spans are supported by increasingly brief media, what will happen to reading?