Students are welcome to watch the 57th Super Bowl Championship on campus at the Black Academic Excellence Center, according to an Instagram post from BAEC. The Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs are competing at this year’s game on Sunday. Drinks, food, board games and a livestream of the game will be provided, according to […]
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How to make your Super Bowl a win
Here are some tips on when, where and how to watch the big game.
Why I didn’t root for any team to win the Super Bowl
I had never thought that there would be a year where I absolutely could not take a side — until this year.
Extra DUI patrols for Super Bowl Sunday
San Luis Obispo County plans to deploy special DUI saturation points throughout the county on Super Bowl Sunday.
Word on the Street: Who do you want to win the Super Bowl?
We’re pretty sure these results are skewed because of all you Niners fans.
Asa Jackson takes flight
J.J. Jenkins email@example.com “Oh shit, we just won the damn Super Bowl.” Those were the first words out of Asa Jackson’s mouth as he ran onto the Superdome field to celebrate with his Ravens teammates. Just 14 months after playing cornerback for Cal Poly, Jackson had kissed the Lombardi Trophy and become a Super Bowl […]
Super Bowl wasn’t the only event on Sunday
Jeremy Cutcher is a political science senior and the Mustang Daily liberal columnist.
Super Bowl ads: the good and the bad
I hardly noticed what was happening while it was happening: a short “sponsor message”, a Kia advertisement, playing on my screen directly preceding the “Budweiser: Tiny Dancer” ad I was waiting to watch online. It was an ad before an ad, on a website bordered by ads.
CBS discriminates with ad policy
The decision to air the commercial of a group so strongly against choice and homosexuality while denying commercials depicting gay men and inclusiveness shows the personal feelings of CBS executives.
Cal Poly alumnus and legend calls it quits
Before I heard that he retired, I had no idea that John Madden never put on the pads and helmet on Sundays at the professional level. I just assumed he had. And I think this is where his fame gets its legitimacy.