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Super Bowl commercials reach record high price per ad


Kevin Crompton—Editor-in-Chief As I sat watching the painfully uneventful Super Bowl LIII on Sunday, I couldn’t help but think how fitting of a Jerry Seinfeld bit the commercials could make. His iconic voice played in my head: “What’s the deal with Super Bowl commercials?” I mean really, these companies pay millions of dollars for 30 seconds of advertising, and quite

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Survey found more students rooting for Rams over Vegas favored Patriots in Super Bowl LIII


Michael Riccio—Managing Editor Although Southern is located about 125 miles from Foxborough, Massachusetts, and Connecticut is a state in the New England region, 86 of the 144 students and faculty polled are rooting for the Los Angeles Rams to win Super Bowl LIII against the New England Patriots. Michael Archer, a junior majoring in public health, said he is a

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Americans and the Super Bowl


Gregory Gagliardi – Special to the Southern News The majority of Americans will turn on their televisions Sunday night to watch the biggest football game of the year, and arguably the biggest sporting event of the year, the Super Bowl. The Super Bowl has long since been a staple of American culture. With its intense action, the Super Bowl is able to

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