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Photo by Steve Barnum / Lifestyles Reporter Not every summer day can be sunny and bright, but that’s OK. With a good book, a rainy day can quickly become the ultimate getaway. Don’t let the stormy days get you down, but instead pick up one of the five books listed below and tackle the day …

Photo courtesy of Raymond White Photography Story by Rachael Anne Keisling / Contributing Writer Although Chanekka Pullens currently works as an assistant manager in the retail industry, it’s her talent of putting thought on paper that truly allows her to stand out from others. To date, the 2015 MTSU graduate has written two books with …

Photo Courtesy of Flickr Story by Steve Barnum / Staff Writer All around campus you can find students, faculty and teachers off in their own worlds enjoying a good book. Some have personal favorites that they like to share, and “‘What are you reading?’ Wednesday is back with recommendations by people from all walks of …

Story by Steve Barnum / Staff Writer With spring break right around the corner, students finally have a moment to relax. A good book may be the perfect way to unwind. Here are some recommendations that come from students across campus: Sydney Smith, a senior majoring in physics and philosophy, recommended “Anthem” by Ayn Rand. Smith …

Photo Courtesy of Flickr Story by Steve Barnum / Staff Writer It’s time for some more weekly reads! All over campus, students from all walks of life can be found enjoying a good book, and many will gladly share their top recommendations if you just ask. If you need a new read, here are this …

Photo Courtesy of Flickr Story by Steve Barnum / Staff Writer Whether you just finished reading your latest novel or have been thinking about picking up some reading in your free time, here are some books that come highly recommended from students all around campus. Tara Schlacter, a first-year graduate student, recommends “Think of a …