Using his legal and medical background, Hashimoto tries to cut through partisan rhetoric around the COVID-19 pandemic, and argues for the importance of masking in the United States.
Thumbs Up: Flies. Flies everywhere are really having a moment. From the national debate stage to…the national debate stage. Five years ago, could you ever have imagined that the one thing you would take away from a vice presidential debate would be that a fly landed on Mike Pence’s hair? #flygate
Just after celebrating its 20th anniversary, Newtonville Books is still up and running. Despite a transfer of ownership and a change of location, Newtonville Books remains a relevant, independent brick-and-mortar bookstore, even in the age of Amazon retail.
The Trident Booksellers and Cafe bounced back after a fire put it out of business, maintaining its power as a Boston fixture and fan favorite.
‘Dreams of Art & Glory: Book Craft by the Roycrofters’ allows students to learn about bookbinding in the early 19th century at Babst Library.
“Hardcover books are merely aesthetic materials that look intellectual and pretty on a bookshelf.”
If you want to learn about what makes us human, open a book. Books chronicle our progress through time, recording our unique stories, cultures, and ways of thinking for posterity.