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Writers Week XX Featured Students

This Group is for the Writers Week XX featured students!  From this page you will receive all the information you need to have a happy, successful Writers Week experience.  (You can also use this space to encourage each other.)Please note:  If you are joining this Ning for the first time, you must use your D211 email account.See More
Feb 4, 2014
Ema Sasic commented on Aarathi Subramanian's blog post Summer Reading Blog
"I'm currently reading Paper Towns right now and every time I finish with that day's reading, I keep waiting for more and more crazy things to happen!"
Oct 19, 2013
Aarathi Subramanian posted a blog post

Eleanor and Park

Ever since falling in love with John Green after reading The Fault in Our Stars,  I began obsessively following him on every social media site I could from YouTube, to twitter, to tumblr. As creepy as I felt, I knew I was benefiting from having an overflowing list of book recommendations from the John Green.I remember seeing a post about a book called Eleanor and Park by Rainbow Rowell and bought it a couple of weeks later.…See More
Jun 6, 2013
Cassidy Seo commented on Aarathi Subramanian's blog post Dance, Ambition, Rod and Ruthie
"I like how you connected the two situations Aarathi, I never realized that I was in the same situation. My social life had depleted to going out with friends maybe once or twice a year, and these instances are because my mom actually encouraged me…"
May 30, 2013
Aarathi Subramanian commented on Hazuki Okuda's blog post How to Build a House
"Great post! Isn't this the book you did your book talk on during class?! I found the book really interesting when you talked in class. I agree with Suzi on that it sounds very heart warming. I think it would be nice to read the Tess's…"
May 29, 2013
Aarathi Subramanian replied to Russ Anderson's discussion Six-Word Memoirs
"Why do we live like this?"
May 29, 2013
Aarathi Subramanian replied to Russ Anderson's discussion Six-Word Memoirs
"A friendly hug can cure all."
May 29, 2013
Aarathi Subramanian replied to Russ Anderson's discussion Six-Word Memoirs
"Staring at the sky eases pain."
May 29, 2013
Aarathi Subramanian commented on Patrick Chen's blog post Why Blogging is Better
"Great blog post Pat! I also really enjoy blogging. My favorite part about the Ning is finding out about so many different books through different people's blogs and reading their opinions on it. I feel like its a great way to share information.…"
May 29, 2013
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May 16, 2013
Aarathi Subramanian replied to Russ Anderson's discussion Six-Word Memoirs
"I wish life was different sometimes"
Apr 28, 2013
Aarathi Subramanian replied to Russ Anderson's discussion Six-Word Memoirs
"my dreams only wander through darkness"
Apr 28, 2013
Aarathi Subramanian replied to Russ Anderson's discussion Six-Word Memoirs
"Life makes me very uneasy sometimes."
Apr 28, 2013
Aarathi Subramanian commented on Jenna Schneider's blog post The Perks of being a Wallflower
"Love the picture Jenna! I loved this book so much, and I agree with you on the message of finding friends who accept you and being true to yourself. And as for the movie..oh my god...i love it so much. Great blog post Jen Jen!"
Apr 28, 2013
Aarathi Subramanian commented on Soumyaa Mazumder's blog post Rocket Boys- A Memoir
"Wow this book sounds amazing. I agree with Grace that reading about Homer Hickman's life would  very interesting. I'm definitely going to read Rocket Boys and watch October Sky. Great post Sumi!"
Apr 28, 2013
Aarathi Subramanian replied to Russ Anderson's discussion Six-Word Memoirs
"False hope causes the worst pain."
Mar 21, 2013

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Eleanor and Park

Posted on May 31, 2013 at 12:00am 0 Comments

Ever since falling in love with John Green after reading The Fault in Our Stars,  I began obsessively following him on every social media site I could from YouTube, to twitter, to tumblr. As creepy as I felt, I knew I was benefiting from having an overflowing list of book recommendations from the John Green.

I remember seeing a post about a book called Eleanor and Park by Rainbow Rowell and…

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Dance, Ambition, Rod and Ruthie

Posted on April 28, 2013 at 11:30pm 1 Comment

Ambition vs. Relationships



Every week, Sunday evening dance class is all I look foreward to.  Dance has always been more than an extra curricular activity that I enjoyed doing. Every class, I go through the process of  not only techniques of classical Indian dance but also learning about myself through this expression form of art . Although spending 2 hours perfecting arm and foot…

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Re-reading a Childhood Favorite

Posted on March 21, 2013 at 10:00pm 0 Comments

My entire childhood consisted solely on reading and re-reading nonstop. I read anything and everything that I could understand. Then I would read it again! Up to this day, I can still name my top 10 favorite books off the top of my head. …

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What Writers Week Truly Means

Posted on March 8, 2013 at 12:00pm 1 Comment

Speaking in front of 20 people can make you kind of nervous. Speaking in front of an auditorium can be kind of scary. But speaking in front of an auditorium about something personal can be beyond nerve-wracking! Every year, the one thing that really puts me in awe about Writers Week is how…

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