Monthly Archives: February 2021

In with the Old, Out with the New … Wait, What?!

Jamen Willis Whether you’ve read one of the books or not, chances are you’ve at least heard of the ultra-popular series from the late 80s called The Baby-Sitters Club. It revolves around a group of girls who, as different as … Continue reading

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The Meaning of Monogatari: Lost in Translation

Brandon C. Wall Nishio Ishin’s light novel series, Monogatari, is a bit of an infamous modern classic in Japan. It was not written with readers outside of Japan in mind and this was made evident when I decided to work … Continue reading

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The Table of Contents, but Digitalized: Worth the Hype?

Radiance Harris Ah, the table of contents. At times glossed over, the table of contents is a key element of book design that has persisted over centuries. We are all pretty familiar with its basic design, at least on printed … Continue reading

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The Living Canvas — History of Tattooing Script

Katie Daku No longer only including sailors, bikers, and pirates, the tattooing industry has become more mainstream than ever with 40% of the population of North America having gotten ‘inked up’. Tattoos are widely done now for aesthetic purposes, but … Continue reading

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