Don’t let the cold weather get you down – February is an awesome time to curl up with a nice warm book, watch a movie with friends, or play a fun video game from the UGL collection. And who better to recommend one than the winners of our READ.WATCH.PLAY contest from last Fall.
We promised to make then library-famous, and now we have. Please join us in congratulating the first three of our six winners – Grant Wilson, Liz Armstrong, and Maggie Wolfe, who can’t wait to share some of their favorites with you. Check out their amazing choices below, photographed in our highly literary video production studio, and look for their posters on the upper level of the UGL.
First up, we have Liz Armstrong, who chose Pride and Prejudice, the movie (the Keira Knightley version). With Valentine’s Day coming up, take a break to remind yourself how love can overcome any obstacle
Next, we have Grant Wilson who recommends “Unwind” by Neal Shusterman. Set in a dystopian future, this science fiction novel brings you action, excitement, and plot twists framing a thoughtful discussion of a hugely-relevant social issue.
And third, we have Ms. Maggie Wolfe, who shares a favorite of hers, “The Tempest” by William Shakespeare. Find inspiration in the words of the immortal bard, which still feel connect to the lives of college students today. When things feel out of your hands, Maggie encourages us to think of Prospero, entreating “let your indulgences set me free.”
A photo shoot and your very own poster sounds awesome, doesn’t it? Be on the lookout for our next Read.Watch.Play contest, and start planning your own poster now.