A feature article written for The Wellesley News on Clapp conservation collections and the importance of physical books in an increasingly digitally-focused world. Original can be found here.
With the advent of the Kindle and other e-readers, have the bound spines and printed ink of physical books faded into the past? The conservationists and archivists at Wellesley say no, and they go the extra length to rebind books that are falling apart.
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Satirical article on the trials and tribulations of trying to find a summer internship. Original can be found here.
Summer is only 2,184 hours or 90 days, away, and if you haven’t secured your internship yet, you may be at risk of unemployment for the rest of your life. But don’t start worrying yet — we uncovered some tips from your Wellesley siblings on how to successfully get that dream internship you’ve always wanted.
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