Texas Monthly Recommends: UT’s Summer Reading List
It’s that time of year when hundreds of thousands of college students would normally be packing their backpacks to return to school. While some students may be arming themselves with pens, notebooks, and face masks to attend in-person classes, many will enroll in online-only courses. During a moment that feels alien, I’ve found comfort in going back to the basics. For me, that’s following along with the University of Texas’ summer reading list. As per tradition, UT released its “Texas-sized reading list” this week with a wide range of selections in all genres. There are classics (Pride and Prejudice, The Great Gatsby), self-help reads (Atomic Habits, Grit) and books about racial injustice (Between the World and Me, The New Jim Crow). Even though UT students will…View Original Post
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