Posts tagged Olivia Gündüz-Willemin
What We’re Reading, Vol. 13

With our continuing embrace of this beloved season and our favorite month, we gather to share our current reads, from the seasonal, to the spooky, to new releases taking the world by storm.

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What We’re Watching, Vol. 6

With October comes the true height of autumn and everything to get in the spirit, from Scottish period dramas to beloved sitcoms and every Halloween-themed showing we can get tickets to. Read on for what we’re watching this month!

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Our Academic Style, Part Two.

In the second and final part of our series on Academia and personal style, we catch up with three more Attic members to learn how they embrace the genre and take it into everyday life now.

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Campus Films & Shows for An Autumn Weekend

With autumn officially underway and the academic year now going strong, we turn away from the campus novel and towards our favorite campus moments on screen.

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What We're Reading, Vol. 12

Midway through September, a group of Attic writers discuss what it is they’re reading this month – from campus novels to Book Prize nominees to YA adult novels.

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What We're Watching, Vol. 5

With a new season coming and autumn shows to anticipate, we’re discussing our favorite watches of the recent weeks.

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Sunday Strolls, Vol. 6: Annecy, France

Languoring in the final days of summer, we take a special nostalgic Sunday Strolls to the Alpine town of Annecy, France, where Olivia, Raquel, and Rory spent a day touring one year ago.

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What We're Watching, Vol. 4

With summer becoming almost unbearably long sometimes all we can do is sit back, turn on every fan we have, and binge watch a show or two. This month, we talk critically acclaimed sitcoms, female driven historical dramas, and more.

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How to Dress Like You're In Costalegre

In this edition of How To Dress Like Your Novel, Olivia Gündüz-Willemin and Raquel Reyes look to the recently released Costalegre, exploring its themes of environment, art, and mother-daughter relationships, each interpreting these through their own lens.

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