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Daily De-Stressors: Spring Fling and More

Charmaine Lim
Student Writer

 

Read 172 Hours on the Moon by Johan Harstad.

NASA has decided to send three teenagers to the moon as part of their latest expedition. A girl from Japan, a boy from France and a girl from Norway are chosen to accompany a small team of astronauts to visit DARLAH 2, the secret base that the world just discovered. But why has the base been a secret for 40 years and why is NASA sending teenagers to the moon?

 

Watch Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

If you’re waiting in between Marvel movies, this might be the show to check out.

Agent Phil Coulson is leading a new group of agents to handle the cases the Avengers are too busy for. Two scientists, a hacker, a military brat turned agent and an agent with a dark past are his teammates. Together, they have to figure out how to be heroes in the shadows of the Avengers.

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Watch Pride & Prejudice.

Even if you’re not a fan of romance movies, the cinematography in this movie has been highly acclaimed by many critics for good reason. Matthew Macfayden and Kiera Knightly come together to play Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth Bennet in the most recent movie adaptation of the original novel. Paired with an evenly-toned soundtrack, this is often considered the favorite re-make by loyal Austen fans.

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Listen to Swish Swish by Katy Perry.

Perry twists her earlier music with a sassy new sound as she challenges the new love interest of her ex-lover. With implications that the new love interest can’t live up to Perry’s good reputation, the lyrics taunt her competition and deliver some witty burns.

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Go to Spring Fling.

Looking for a reason to get dressed up and dance with your friends or new boyfriend/girlfriend? SAB will be hosting Spring Fling this weekend at the Roundtop Mountain Resort on Saturday, April 28. The dance will take place from 8 p.m. to midnight with music from Messiah DJs. Tickets are $8 for students and $10 for guests. Buses will be leaving from Eisenhower and transporting students to Roundtop starting at 7:30 p.m.

 

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