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Book Reviews: Summer Reads Edition

While the summer is great because of the sun and, well, not having school, the season also provides ample time for picking up all those books gathering dust on your desk. Here, you will find some of our writers’ favorite reads that we hope you will love too.

The Voices Behind ‘Women in Charge Wednesdays’

From promoting the Diversity & Equity survey to simplifying elections, Skidmore’s Student Government Association (SGA) has put inclusion at the forefront of this semester’s goals. And avid social media followers can attest to yet another outreach initiative: Women in Charge Wednesdays, a series highlighting the achievements and perspectives of female student leaders on campus.

On "Seven Myths of the Holocaust" with Werner Reich

Werner Reich, one of the few Holocaust survivors still alive today, gave a presentation on Apr. 2 entitled “Seven Myths of the Holocaust.” Not only did he tell the horrifying story of his own experiences in concentration camps—including Auschwitz—as a teenager, but he debunked some false conceptions people have about the Holocaust.

The Satisfying World of Bullet Journals

In recent years, bullet journaling has grown from a small online community to a part of the mainstream. As a personalized approach to planning one’s life, the trend has reached Skidmore’s campus in recent years. Katherine Eiger and Parisa Kabiri are two enthusiasts of the organization method.