Growing up, I read everything under the sun and was constantly engrossed by one book series after another.
Writing a book can seem like a bucket list item you’re waiting to cross off—and that you expect to be waiting on until your 30s or 40s. But, for a number of University of Connecticut students, this goal is much more immediate, despite the challenge of finding time to write in a busy college schedule.
Environmental legislation is an important focus of new policies in India, Tanzania, and Mexico and deserves an in depth look by citizens around the world, according to Dr. Prakash Kashwan during his presentation about his new book, “Democracy in the Woods.”
As an English and history major, sometimes the last thing I want to do is crack open another book after I’ve finished my homework. However, I still managed to find some students around campus who’ve found the time to read for fun, and they told me a little bit about the books they’re currently captivated by.