Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone (known as Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone in North America), was first published on this day in 1997. Today, we commemorate J.K. Rowling’s beloved characters, as well as the wisdom we acquired while following them in their journey.
It’s International Women’s Day! This means it’s prime time to reflect on everything we have accomplished so far. From securing the right to vote, to being included fairly and rightfully in the nerd sphere, to leading a march with nearly 5 million participants worldwide. Feminism has accomplished
[Spoiler-infested waters. Swim at your own risk.] I had nothing to complain about. With the announcement of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, the wonderful wizarding world of Harry Potter was open to me again. I had two friends willing to commit to buying tickets
July 31st is always a holiday at The Nerd League, obviously. This year, the editorial staff made the horrible mistake of leaving their in-house Ravenclaw and Slytherin in charge of the festivities. While so many other listicle options exist in this vast, yet rather limited