Review: Rainbow Rowell’s Carry On

You know that a book is really special when you want to reread it right after you finish it for the first time, and then again and again and again. Carry On by Rainbow Rowell was that kind of book for me. The moment I reached the last page, I went back just to read my favorite parts again, and then I figured I might as well give the whole thing another read. In the end, I read it three more times. Just reading other reviews and comments about Carry On online, I see I’m not the only person who had to read it again and again, and this says something about the quality of this book.  We first met […]

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Q+A: Walk Off The Earth’s Sarah Blackwood

Prominent Canadian band Walk Off the Earth performed at Carleton University on Sept. 9 to kick off the fall semester. Before the show, one of the band’s singers and sole female member, Sarah Blackwood, spoke to The Charlatan over the phone to discuss the band’s inspirations, aspirations, and success. The Charlatan (TC): So I want to know—what’s in the water in Burlington? You guys are so talented. Sarah Blackwood (SB): I don’t know. It’s funny you said that because I’ve always really thought about how many awesome talented people there are in Burlington outside of anyone in our band. Music was really strong and powerful when we were growing up, so we all just fell into that little timeframe where everybody […]

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