Grey Poupon is an unquestionable icon. Let's explore how it got that way, and if its newest ice cream foray is worth a try.
Walter Dean Myers’ Sunrise over Fallujah and Lesléa Newman’s October Mourning both attempt to memorialize an event in history with varying degrees of success.
In his book "Comprehending Columbine," Ralph W. Larkin analyzes what most consider to be the first mass school shooting in American history.
A discussion about Tom Ripley, a man so tied up in his own schemes that he can't help but tie the rest of us up with him.
The Bell Jar, a decidedly feminist novel, makes a strong statement in the form of two very differing characters.
Jeannette Walls chronicles her experience growing up in a family as fragile as glass.
YA novels "Feed," by M.T. Anderson, and "The Age of Miracles," by Karen Thompson Walker, play on mankind's deepest insecurities to great effect.
A closer look at Bob Dylan's intriguing ballad, "All Along the Watchtower."
An analysis of Ice Cube's 1993 classic, "What Can I Do?" a first-person narrative about growing up in the inner city. Read on to learn some hard truths.
A comparison analysis of the legendary Bond novel and the Daniel Craig interpretation we know and love.
There's nothing more embarrassing than looking like a total muggle in Diagon Alley, but don't worry; this comprehensive guide to the Wizarding World of Harry Potter will get everything sorted out.
This is an analysis of Mark Twain's classic and its controversial final chapters.
Teaching your first year of middle school? Teaching is a learning process. You're probably nervous, but don't worry. Here are some tips that might just save your life.
Sometimes advancing means changing the music.
This article contains a brief breakdown of the Hogwarts work environment as perceived by a teacher of Muggles.
Some argue that "One Flew Over a Cuckoo's Nest" should be banned in schools. Let's take a look at that.
A tutorial on how to make delicious, better-than-buying-from-the-store crackers by someone who personifies food too much.
Fear is limiting; phobias, even more so.
The story of a failed test of friendship
A story of choice and consequence
The classic tale of a young girl and her Furby, Cocoa.
This classic is brought to you with all the convenience of the magic that is the slow cooker.
An examination of eating disorders during adolescence and their potential causes, including the effects of peers, media, and family.
A commentary on Steinbeck's examination of the battle between Good and Evil, Choice, and much more.