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Arts and Science people love to read—whether in print form, on audio or online.

Joya Hampton, (pictured) a junior psychology major, focuses on course-related reading:

  • Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, An American Slave by Frederick Douglass
  • African American Family Life by Vonnie C. McLoyd (for Psychology 2100)
  • Perception by Randolph Blake (for Psychology 214)
  • Excerpts from The House on Mango Street by Sandra Cisneros (for Spanish 243)

  • The Associate by John Grisham
  • The Shack by William P. Young

—Barbara R. Kaeser, administrative assistant, women’s and gender studies

  • Jesus of Nazareth by Pope Benedict XVI
  • The Thrill of the Chaste by Dawn Eden
  • The Drudge Report, Post Politics and Vandyright.com
  • The National Review
  • The Wall Street Journal

—Frannie Boyle, junior, history and Earth and environmental science

  • The Fountainhead by Ayn Rand
  • You Better Not Cry by Augusten Burroughs

—Clint Hendrix, senior lecturer, coordinator of Spanish 104

  • What the Dog Saw by Malcolm Gladwell
  • Where Men Win Glory by Jon Krakauer

—Clay Skipper, sophomore, English

photo credit: John Russell

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