By Colten Hagadus
This year marks the 52nd Super Bowl in NFL history. It is must see TV, as it brings almost 111 million Americans together for the television event. It is also the one football game per year that produces the most unique commercials and an always-dazzling 30 minute half time show. This year the game is being played by the Philadelphia Eagles and the New England Patriots. It is certainly a tale of two different teams, as the Patriots have already won five Super Bowls, while the Eagles have made two Super Bowl appearances, but haven’t walked away with a win in either case.
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This article is the first in a series of student-produced advocacy journalism pieces. We’ve spent the last month as a staff researching, writing, and editing articles on a number of issues we care about. The first installment, by senior editor Nathan Rolls, takes a look at the experience of one former inmate.
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By Brett Minnick
An NFL season that felt like it began not long ago has reached the midpoint, week 8. Week 7 was a fun and exciting week where some premier matchups, tight games, and blowouts pivoted the direction teams wish to take.
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