2020 was a wild ride of a year in world events, emotions, and life changes. Here are some lessons from “Harry Potter” that we felt helped get us through the year.
Feeling a little down on your fandom lately? Here’s a little inspiration to get you feeling better about your decision to take a break from the stressful world of being an avid fan.
From the person who used “Potter”-themed pick-up lines on Tinder: a step-by-step guide on how to date a non-“Potter” fan.
Want to find out just how much your friends and family like you? Here are ten easy ways to be more like Draco Malfoy. Or: I performed the worst self-help experiment ever so that you don’t have to.
Need a little inspiration during the novel-writing-filled November? Check out these quotes about writing from J.K. Rowling!
Hoping the wisdom of Dumbledore could truly heal my life, I decided to apply his advice completely out of context, by making flash cards to consult whenever I reached a tough choice. What could possibly go wrong?
Dear Luna, My mom says that mean girls don’t get mean they just get meaner. I know who the popular girls are and one of them is my friend. I’ve known her since I was five and I’m afraid she is going to get mean,selfish, and ditch me forever. She was my first school friend and I don’t want to lose her. Sincerely, Confused and Scared
Dear Professor Dumbledore,
What do you do when you have a professor who has favorites in a class? What do you do if it is affecting your grades? Should I stand up for myself and risk detention or stay quiet and hope things change? Also what if a professor is lazy and won’t answer my questions? What should I do?