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World Book Day

By Lydia Barsawme
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World Book Day is a yearly event, celebrated April 23rd, organized by UNESCO as a worldwide tribute to books and reading. It is a way to celebrate reading as well as fight against illiteracy. With 175 million adolescents in the world unable to read a single sentence, World Book Day is a way to raise awareness. More information about World Book Day and UNESCO

Of course we will celebrate World Book Day in IEGS Library as well! The day will feature an exhibition of the rarities from the library book collection, literature quiz and more.

Andrea Lundgren. Photo: Ylva Sundgren.

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Release Party for White Oak

By Editor
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We are happy to announce that today, a number of students from the Creative Writing class are releasing their published work! We would be more than honored if you could attend the release party! You have seen us struggle through these years and helped us through it so it is time to share a victory.

The book is named White Oak and has a total of 15 short stories by our different student authors.

This has been a tough but highly rewarding project and I can personally say that I am extremely proud of what this group – which I was lucky enough to belong to – has accomplished.

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