By: Tristan Mabee
The Super Bowl is the year’s most-watched program, with over 100 million people watching it live. Audiences tune in expecting to witness the hardest hits, the finest plays, and the fastest players. This wasn’t what happened in Super Bowl 53. Instead, audiences were treated to one touchdown, five field goals, and innumerable punts. To compare the game to a defensive chess match would be giving the game too much credit, as a chess match would likely have been more worth watching. Furthermore, a more one sided chess match has likely never happened, as where anyone can win a game of chess, most viewers likely knew the Patriots were going to win long before the game started.
In what seems like nothing more than a power move by the leading party, more Obama-era regulations have been removed, in an area that most likely won't see the positive or negative effects of this change for years: school lunches.
By: Sarah Rhine
Everybody loves a good Hallmark movie, but a holly jolly Christmas romance in November is like kissing the Grinch under the mistletoe. Christmas celebrations before Thanksgiving rolls around is one tradition that needs to end.