by Rena Lenchitz (’23) After reading Morrison’s Sula this past summer break, I was more than eager to be tasked with reading her first novel, The Bluest Eye, for my course in American Literature. After her passing in 2019, I decided I would be remiss to put off reading her notorious pieces any longer. … Continue reading The Optics of Race: A Review of Toni Morrison’s The Bluest Eye
by Sarah Whiteside ('24) Over the summer, I encountered a book called Where Does it Hurt?: An Entrepreneur’s Guide to Fixing Health Care by Jonathan Bush. I was curious to investigate the history of our healthcare system and understand the basic underpinnings of the system. This book was informative, concise, and engaging. Here are some of the best points I noticed while reading it! Healthcare policy is a contentious topic. … Continue reading Book Review: Where Does it Hurt?