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2023 Summer Reading List from Wellesley Books

It’s summer time at last, so grab one of these books suggested from our friends over at Wellesley Books and settle in for an adventure.

Young Adult 








Little Thieves/Painted Devils by Margaret Owen

Once upon a time, there was a horrible girl… A scrappy maid must outsmart both palace nobles and Low Gods; then follow her along as she accidentally starts a cult. LGBTQIA+, specifically Ace, rep, and diverse cast. These …

15 Country-Wide (Or Couch-Accessible) Summer Ideas

Have you made plans for the summer yet? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered with ideas for the budding scientist, creative writer, aspiring doctor, and more!


Brown offers courses in a wide-range of subjects including: engineering, political science, creative arts, and women’s studies. You can view more information about Summer@Brown here

  • Things to know:
    • The deadline for applying is Friday, May 12, 2023.
    • Brown offers virtual, residential, and hybrid summer programs. 

Freshman Survival Guide by Bill McGarvey and Nora Bradbury-Haehl Book Review

My freshman year is clear as day: I pulled up to my campus with my mom and two suitcases ready for whatever was ahead of me and then…it went exactly like nothing I could have planned for. College, especially the fall of my freshman year, was a different kind of growth spurt. I struggled to fit in and while most of my friends were older, I couldn’t seem to socialize with those who were outside my door. I kept to myself, befriended my RA, and kept my head down. I didn’t embrace extracurriculars

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