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Review: 'Emmy and Oliver' easy to immerse yourself into

I'm a little late getting to this book, but I was whining in my last review that I was sick of reading the first in a series (I don't like the anticipation) and wanted a solid standalone novel. When I saw "Emmy and Oliver" marked down for Nook, I jumped.


5 celebrities we obsessed over in 2015

2015 was definitely a year for the books in the world of celebrity gossip and glamour. We've compiled a list of celebrities who made their way onto the A-List scene this year and we fell in love with them for it.


Review: 'An Ember in the Ashes' too much, not enough all at once

“An Ember in the Ashes” by Sabaa Tahir was one of the most awaited young adult titles this year — and while it was good, it wasn't great. While it was interesting, it wasn't enthralling. For a top YA book of 2015, I wanted a little bit more and also a little bit less from this fantasy read.


5 best songs of 2015

2015 was a huge year for music. We saw one of the biggest hit singles of our generation, a star was thrown into legendary stardom and another celebrityhad a major rebrand to bring them back into the limelight.


Top ​celebrity breakups of 2015

2015 was a year of ups and downs in the celebrity world of romance. While some couples have just started fueling romance rumors (Selena Gomez and Niall Horan?!), other relationships are coming to a close.


Binge watch guide: 'Game of Thrones'

"Game of Thrones" has five seasons on HBO, with a sixth coming out in April 2016. If you watched nonstop, it would only take you one day and six hours to complete! But if you're a normal human, the show should take you a while to get through.


Best internet memes of 2015

As 2015 comes to a close, it’s about time for us all to look back and reflect on the three most important things we have in our lives: friends, family and internet culture.


The history of “Krampus”

Twas the night after LDOC and throughout Chapel Hill, all the students were cheering and drinking their fill. But for those who weren’t partying or preparing for finals, there was a new movie out that was sure to go viral.