I’ve been a huge mystery fan since I was a kid. I love it so much that once, when I was around twenty, I decided to re-read all the Sherlock Holmes stories in chronological order. But what makes a good whodunnit? You know you’re reading a brilliant novel when you’re so inside the story that you forget about unmasking the murderer. Read on to discover three great detective novels of the last decade.
We often associate popular science literature with hard science, while not paying enough attention to the communication of humanities' knowledge. So, for today’s selection, we’ve picked three great books on society, social bonds, and literature.
There are many reasons to love fiction. I, for one, appreciate the opportunity to immerse myself in someone else’s story and witness events that I myself wouldn’t ever experience. In today’s compilation, we’ll share three novels by three great authors that will make you forget about reality.
Each of us has days full of gloom, when nothing amuses us, and we don’t want to do anything. In moments like this, it’s very important to devote time to yourself and your favorite things, which can brighten any cloudy day and cheer you up.
The May holidays are approaching. A few days when everything comes together — good weather and a break from studying and work. I always want to get as much out of these days as possible. To gain strength for the last push of study in this semester, to breathe in that warmth of May days, to enjoy nature. Many people leave the city, but what can you do if you don't have a summer house? How do you spend those days in the city?
The Center for Science Communication and ITMO University’s library are launching a brand-new column series on literature. Twice a month, Ksenia Spiridonova, an expert with the Center, will share her top reading picks on selected topics.
When people think about students, they might imagine fun times. When people think about programming students, they may think about studying, libraries, and computers. ITMO students break all such potential stereotypes!
Here are a few words about my experience participating in ITMO's English Speaking Club!
ITMO University’s European representative office in Brussels, in collaboration with UMons, UPC, Université de Montpellier, KULeuven, and University of Bath, recently co-produced the virtual workshop Facing COVID: CARE-LAB which brought together students from several European countries to design residences for the elderly and build new competencies in the process.
"It's fine to decide not to decide about something. You just need a decide-not-to-decide system to get it off your mind" - David Allen, Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free-Productivity.