Poor Onyx, he could have saved a ton of money by shopping with textbookx.com. Maybe next semester?

Poor Onyx, he could have saved a ton of money by shopping with textbookx.com. Maybe next semester?

Today marks 13 years since the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon occurred. Today we remember not just that tragic day but all the innocent lives lost, the heroes who sacrificed themselves to save others and the family and friends they’ve left behind.

Today is World Suicide Prevention Day, erase the stigma and learn how you can help someone in need.


A brief look into what our schools are adopting this semester.


Today is International Literacy Day, The theme of International Literacy Day 2014 is “Literacy and Sustainable Development”. Literacy is one of the key elements needed to promote sustainable development, as it empowers people so that they can make the right decisions in the areas of economic growth, social development and environmental integration.


Get to know our Help! page where you can Track your Order, Email your Seller, learn how to Return your books. This will save you time so you won’t have to call customer service or email us, empower yourself on what processing times are for orders and ship times. The more you know the better you will be at navigating the world of online textbook ordering. You can now do this all from your smartphone as well, who needs a computer!


Joan Alexandra Molinsky (Joan Rivers) Is Dead at 81 known by her stage name Joan Rivers. Rivers was an American actress, comedian, writer, producer and television host, best known for her stand-up comedy, for co-hosting the E! celebrity fashion show Fashion Police, and for starring in the reality series Joan & Melissa: Joan Knows Best? alongside her daughter Melissa Rivers.

 In honor of Back to School The Nation Magazine has a list of Top Ten Back to School songs and they pretty much rock our world. Who doesn’t love a bit of Pink Floyd and The Ramones this early in the morning?

Today is National Aviation Day, NAD is a United States national observation that celebrates the development of aviation.

The holiday was established in 1939 by Franklin Delano Roosevelt, who issued a presidential proclamation which designated the anniversary of Orville Wright’s birthday to be National Aviation Day (Mr. Wright, born in 1871, was still alive when the proclamation was first issued, and would live another nine years). So since none of us here fly planes we’re just going to wing it (pun intended).