Superbowl Sunday

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I think it is fair to say that the 51st Super Bowl is one of the most exciting I’ve ever watched – or the second half at least. Today, the New England Patriots played against the Atlanta Falcons and came out on top.

It wasn’t a smooth victory though; the Falcons had an excellent first half, leading 28-3 before Lady Gaga took the house down with her halftime show. Magic happened midway in the third quarter, with 2 touchdowns by the Patriots before bringing the game to an eventual tie in the 4th quarter, thereby going into overtime.

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Besides watching the game, I was feasting delightfully on the different dishes brought by the exchange students. There were tons of cakes, cookies and pastries as well as tacos and a magnificent tray of Mac and Cheese. In fact, the food distracted me so much I didn’t really know what was going on till Lady Gaga took the stage. (Yes, I have no self-discipline when it comes to food).

 

This week went past pretty quickly – classes are beginning to increase in intensity and pace. Assignment deadlines and midterms are round the corner and I have barely started studying for those. It was great meeting up with the other exchange students and orientation leaders though; I got to know about everyone’s plans for spring break and the President Day weekend and everything seems really exciting!

For now, I’ll be starting my rounds in the different libraries and be on the hunt for great studying spots (will keep everyone informed if there’re really good ones). I think it’s safe to say my room is filled with too many distractions aka my bed and there’s no greater motivation than watching others study. Hoping to survive the next 2 weeks of classes and club activities!

Till then, counting down to the long weekend and spring break!

P.S Apologies for the lack of pictures as my iPhone has failed me this week by turning itself off constantly in the cold weather.

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