Charmaine Lim
Student Writer

As the weather continues to be rainy over the next few days, it can be hard to hold out hope that clear skies and warm sunlight are right around the corner. Keep your chin up and use the rain as an excuse to try something new.

Read Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn.

Nick and Amy Dunne are supposed to celebrate their fifth wedding anniversary on the morning that Amy suddenly goes missing. When Amy’s diary reveals that her marriage might not have been as perfect as it seemed, the police turn their suspicions to Nick. Desperate to prove that he’s innocent, Nick fumbles to find Amy before his dark secrets are revealed.

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Listen to How Long by Charlie Puth.

In a complete twist from his usual hits, Charlie Puth’s newest single describes the confrontation as his girlfriend realizes that he’s been unfaithful to her. Though he’s usually known for slow, romantic songs, this dance tune perfectly captures the abrupt questions one might ask when feeling angry with a significant other.

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Satoru Fujinuma is a middle-aged manga artist and pizza delivery man. He possesses the special ability to go back in time and prevent bad things from happening. When his mother is suddenly murdered, his ability sends him back 18 years to prevent the dangerous incident that led to his mother’s death. This intense anime will have you racing alongside Satoru to find out what really happened when he was a kid.

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Watch Black Panther.

The 18th film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe dives into the story of T’Challa (Chadwick Boseman), the king of Wakanda and masked hero, Black Panther. T’Challa takes the throne after his father’s death and is faced with an old grudge and a new threat to his country. Struggling to do the right thing, T’Challa enlists the help of his general, Okoye (Danai Gurira), ex-girlfriend Nakia (Lupita Nyong’o) and little sister Shuri (Letitia Wright) to make things right for their people.

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Play Ad-Libs with friends.

If you’ve never heard of the game before, Ad-Libs is a do-it-yourself story that gets everyone involved. All it takes is a partially-written story that you can download or write yourself, and people who can say the first thing that comes to mind. What ends up on the page is usually a hilarious and ridiculous story that will keep you and your friends entertained.

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