In need of a literary topic for your final paper? Here’s one suggestion for how to write about “Harry Potter” characters in school papers.
Hogwarts is only seven years long. Is that really all the education wizards and witches can get?
In many ways, Hogwarts is quite similar to Muggle universities, but what if it were really run like one?
When I found myself overwhelmed by schoolwork and my own ambitions, Hermione Granger taught me that applying for a Time-Turner would be a horrible idea.
It’s that time again. College students everywhere are dragging themselves out of bed and trudging to classes to hear the same syllabus speech at least three times.
As many college students move into their dorms this week, lots of us are thinking about how we’re going to make our rooms feel like home for the next year. Since Hogwarts is obviously the home we’re talking about, here are some ideas to “Potter”-fy your college dorm.
We’ve all marathon read the “Harry Potter” series at least once… check out this librarian who’s bringing commuter college students together for a “Potter” reading event to get them excited about their college experience!
I’ve been seeing a lot in the news lately about investigations at public colleges involving Title IX violations. I’ve been following these stories for my own reasons, but while doing so I’ve found it really interesting to read about the lesser known violation of “retaliation.” Most Title IX cases that make it into the news are about sexual assault, but lumped in with this issue is often the cover up by the university that a complaint has been filed at. Schools are getting caught more now then ever before for the mishandling of Title IX issues. Of course, you are probably wondering what this has to do with Harry Potter.