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Yang Speaks in Final Installment of the CVC’s ‘SkypeTacular’ Series

BY ELLA KIRBY

St. Norbert College was both sad and excited to welcome the third and final installment of the “SkypeTacular” series, hosted by the Cassandra Voss Center. 706 more words

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Avatar: The Last Airbender- The Rift Library Hits #1 on NY Times Bestseller List

By Staff Reports

(MILWAUKIE, OR)—Just like its paperback counterpart, Dark Horse Comics’ Avatar: The Last Airbender—The Rift Library Edition soared to the top of the New York Times bestseller list last week! 265 more words

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Monthly Book Reviews

So what did I read in February?

A Wrinkle in Time by Madeline L’Engle
There’s a little bit of personal history with this book I should mention first. 561 more words

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‘Superman’: Gene Luen Yang, John Romita, Jr. chart hero’s vulnerability

Acclaimed cartoonist Gene Luen Yang is heading to DC Comics this June for his very first ongoing monthly comic book project, and he’s starting in a dream position. 2,841 more words

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Review: American Born Chinese by Gene Luen Yang

Purchase: Amazon

Note: This is a review as part of our Worldview Dilemmas in the Movies and Comics series.

This is the third comic by Gene Luen Yang that I read.  498 more words

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American Born Chinese

Read this all in one day. It was really good, but also it was a quick read. I couldn’t help but think of my book proposal while I read this and how similar (growing up in a conflicting environment between personal culture and North American culture) and yet different (my life is very gay) it is. 140 more words

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Review: Boxers & Saints

The Boxer Rebellion is an instance of what the hell were you thinking you western imperialists? It was a pretty awful time all around. Basically, the western powers wanted to infiltrate China for her raw materials and did so with Christian missionaries, assuming that the Chinese religion and way of life was “heathenism.” (NEWSFLASH, THEY WERE WRONG.) They were driven by that imperialistic greed that this modern girl simply does not understand and is, in fact, fairly ashamed of. 650 more words

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