Last updated: April 2022
Yeah, I know you’ve got tired of every writing test and quiz in school, but here’s another story, I promise.
Folks who read this blog know that it’s not only about essay writing. Lesley and I love reading and we read a lot. Also, I draw from time to time, and Lesley writes about books and authors.
So, we’ve decided to give a new meaning to boring book quizzes and writing tests. This quiz won’t be about “What should I read next?” or any other kind of book recommendations quiz.
Greek life is a term for college organizations we know as fraternities and sororities providing students with academic support and helping them develop leadership and social skills.
College life is more than lectures, writing assignments, and exams in chase of a diploma. Entering a university in the USA, students also get a chance to live Greek life.
Greek life is about joining fraternities and sororities, student organizations that go far beyond academic activities in college. It’s about networking, leadership, and social life. The big chances are that you’ve seen it in movies, – yeah, most of them showcase it as endless parties and fun – but everything is not that blatant.
“A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies. The man who never reads lives only one.”
― George R.R. Martin
The “read more” concept is back in style.
The great minds have been pointing at books’ positive influence for a long time. And now, we cite their words and agree with that powerful impact books have on us.
A brave new world opens for those who read:
Reading makes us smarter and healthier. It influences the way we think and learn. And it makes us better writers, no matter what we write: essays or fiction.
Any proofs needed?