Super Bowl LI Party Pats Vs. Falcons

February 6, 2017

Football isn't a part of American culture. It *is* American culture. Superbowl Sunday is one of the biggest days of the year. An estimated 110 million people will be glued to the television for Super Bowl LI. To put this in perspective, that is roughly everyone in the top five most populous states (California, Texas, New York, Illinois and Pennsylvania) watching NFL’s most coveted game. MAIA students celebrated traditional style with an endless supply of pizza, snacks, drinks, and heated but friendly debates on who's team is better!






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