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Review: As Chimney Sweepers Come to Dust

Title: As Chimney Sweepers Come to Dust. Flavia De Luce #7

Author: Alan Bradley

Spoilers for the previous books in the series, so if you’re planning on reading them but haven’t yet, don’t read this review! 140 more words

Book Review

Top Residential School in Dehradun

Tula’s International School is the top residential school in Dehradun, India. It is known as ‘Modern Gurukul’ of India, where modern education is merged with the ancient Gurukul methodologies. 389 more words

Boarding School Dehradun

Mud Season

There, hanging on a rusted nail,

the broom I used to sweep the dirt

the girls tracked in from the field.

In the corner, shelves where I stacked their shoes – 221 more words


NATIVE AMERICAN BOARDING SCHOOLS: What Can Indigenous Millennials Learn From Them?

As an indigenous man living in 2017, I can never understand the trauma that my grandfather’s generation suffered during the boarding school days. I can’t even pretend that the modern educational system is in any way comparable to the horror that they experienced. 909 more words

Vampire Academy - Book Review

Look, by now I’ve just accepted that my promise to myself not to start any new series was never going to be kept.

I think Vampire Academy by Richelle Mead marks the first time that I was inspired to read the novel from watching the film and not the other way around. 478 more words

G R A D U A T I O N 

High school is over. It’s time for new beginnings and new adventures. What awaits me is unknown but exciting. It’s time for me to venture out on my own and find myself in a new place. 168 more words


1068. Text from boarding school

An African dung beetle’s text from boarding school:

Hi Mum and Dad
Can I come home? The food here’s shit.