CAP Board event pumps students up for Super Bowl

By Gregory Smith
January 30, 2013

As the Super Bowl draws near, football fans from all over campus came together to get in the spirit of the sport.

20 students from across campus came to Widener Lecture Hall to watch a variety of movies revolving around the sport of football. This gave students the chance to take time to relax and get in the spirit of the sport before the biggest game of the year, while also enjoying some delicious wings on Saturday, Jan. 26.

“I think that having this event was a good idea because it’s the week before the Super Bowl,” Jim Brooks, junior criminology and sociology major, said. “It gets people excited and in the spirit of the sport of football.”

There was also the chance to win prizes.  Each student was given a raffle ticket and the student of those numbers were asked a question about football, giving them the chance to win a gift card to a location of their choice, adding a little competition to an otherwise relaxing evening.

As the last movie ended and people began to leave, it was easy to tell it was a successful night, and that everyone enjoyed themselves.

CAP Board member Lindsey Wainwright expressed her feelings on the night.

“We were hoping for a bigger turnout, but we’re happy with how things went,” Wainwright said. “I was glad that everyone enjoyed themselves, and that tonight helped to set the mood for the Super Bowl next weekend.”

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