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Daily De-Stressors: 5 Activities to Beat the Midterm Blues

Maggie Shive
Student Writer

If you’re searching for something to help you relax after midterms, look no further than these five stress-free activities!

Read Legend by Marie Lu

In a dystopian nation known as the Republic, prodigy June Iparis loses her older brother and the nation’s most-wanted criminal, Day, is blamed. June embarks on a mission to track down Day and seek revenge for her brother’s death, but when she encounters Day, she realizes that things aren’t the way they seem. If you’re looking for an exciting, action-packed adventure with dynamic characters, this is a book worth checking out.

Listen to “The Cup” By Relient K

Need something to get you in the holiday spirit? Check out Relient K’s Creepier EP, a collection of Halloween-themed songs. The goofiest song, “The Cup,” is all about Halloween candy, particularly Butterfinger Cups. Yes, it’s silly and ridiculous, but it’s a fun song that will definitely get you in the mood for some fun-size chocolate bars.

Watch Timeless

A historian, a soldier, and a computer programmer become an unlikely team when a top-secret time machine is stolen. Of course, following thieves through the past isn’t as easy as it sounds – not only must they track down the stolen time machine, but they also need to keep historical events unchanged.  For fans of history and time travel, this show is a fun adventure through the ages.

Watch Big Hero 6

Hiro Hamada is a prodigy when it comes to technology, but he’s not sure what to do with it. With the help of his brother, Tadashi, Hiro is introduced to a group of students at a local university and he fits right in. When he loses his brother in a fire, Hiro is determined to find out who caused it, so he enlists the help of his new friends and Tadashi’s robot, Baymax. Featuring a lovable robot and a cast of geeky, unique characters, Big Hero 6 is a fun, exciting, and thoughtful film.

Visit Midtown Scholar

Need to get off campus? Head into Harrisburg and visit the Midtown Scholar Bookstore! Midtown Scholar features books in just about every genre imaginable, from crime thrillers, to poetry, to American history and art. Whatever you’re interested in, there’s sure to be something for you. Additionally, with plenty of places to sit and an in-store coffee shop, it makes a great place to study.

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