Read Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas.
Celaena Sardothien is the most feared assassin in the land, but no one knows that the person they fear so much is an 18-year old girl. Thrown in jail after a betrayal, Celaena finds herself recruited by Prince Dorian to fight in his father’s competition for the kingdom’s best assassin. The prize – her life and favor from the king. But as time goes on, Celaena finds that things aren’t what they seem.
Listen to My My My by Troye Sivan.
Well known for his relaxing music and chill vibes, Troye Sivan ventures into the world of laid-back pop with My My My. Trying to convince a romantic interest to take a chance on the relationship, the song is perfect for the recent sunny weather. Bonus points if you want to rock out to something simple.
Alex Parrish is a new FBI recruit training at Quantico. Put through a difficult 12 weeks of training, she is matched with the best that the country has to offer. But one of her classmates is responsible for a tragic event that affects the whole country. Flashing between training at Quantico and the effects of her classmates’ actions, Alex has to make sure no one else gets hurt.
Watch Miss Congeniality.
Gracie Hart is a tough, tom-boyish FBI agent who sucks at listening to the rules. A rash decision lands her co-worker in the hospital and Gracie on desk-duty until a fellow agent needs a woman for an undercover job. The catch – it’s at the Miss United States beauty pageant. Forced to embrace her femininity, Gracie steps into the dangerous world of high heels, makeup and swimsuits to catch a criminal.
Check out De-Stress Fest.
Starting on Wednesday, May 3, Minds Matter will be hosting their bi-annual De-Stress Fest in preparation for finals week. Like previous semesters, there will be an afternoon of therapy dogs where students can go to Eisenhower lawn to pet dogs from all over campus. A gardening event will also be hosted for people who like to flex their green thumb. Finally, for all the karaoke lovers out there, Minds Matter has organized Karaoke Night on Saturday, May 5 from 8:00-11:00 p.m. in the Union.