Have you read a good book lately? We are accepting book nominations for the 2021-22 common reading are through Sunday, November 15, 2020. Please consider nominating a book that you think could spark Washington State University campus conversation around an important topic.
A common reading is one way to create community connections among students, and between students and their professors, residence hall staff, and others. Topics in a selected book are examined throughout the year by members of the university community. They spark discussions and intellectual conversations in and beyond classrooms, highlight WSU research and the diversity of ideas across disciplines, and introduce different ways to explore complex issues from a variety of perspectives.
A note about the COVID-19 outbreak and the Common Reading Program: Common reading events and programming are being delivered in online formats, such as Zoom meetings and online recordings. Check the calendar page for details.
Trevor Noah introduces Born a Crime
Above: Trevor Noah takes 30 seconds to describe to a new reader what they can expect to encounter in his memoir.