Super Bowl

Did you know, the Super Bowl is measured in Roman numerals because a football season runs over two calendar years?

Rover dug up many more fun facts and numbers to entertain your Super Bowl party. (BTW: The average number of people at any given Super Bowl Party is 17).

Food is an instrumental piece to any party. Typically, 1.25 billion chicken wings and 8 million pounds of guacamole are consumed on Super Bowl Sunday. New Year’s resolution..? What’s that?

From just snacks, the average fan will consume 1,200 calories. But don’t let that get you down. In fact, vegetables happen to be the top food eaten in homes during the Super Bowl! Way to go, America!

Most viewers plan to watch the Super Bowl either at home or at friends’ homes. On the other hand, not everyone has the day off from work. Domino’s delivery guys will deliver 9 million pieces of pizza to hungry football fans.

Of those who plan to watch the game, 21% would skip an important work responsibility to actually go to the Super Bowl. This might be due to the fact that the NFL has a policy against holding Super Bowl games in stadiums that have a climate of <50 degrees Fahrenheit. Super Bowl XLVII in 50+ degree weather OR delivering pizzas.. Maybe you won’t get your pizza, after all.

 

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Top Five Greatest Study Tips

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Start the semester off right and get ahead of the class. Check out the top five greatest study tips.

5. Do the hard things first

If you are dreading a particular assignment or study session, do it first. Your brain will be fresh and you won’t dwell on it while working on other projects.

4. Study different subjects in different rooms

Avoid studying all subjects at the same time and place. You don’t have to study different subjects on different sides of town… However, if you can separate different study sessions by moving to a new room or taking a quick break, much confusion can be avoided.

3. Utilize sticky notes

As you read your textbook, summarize what you have read by jotting down the main points on a sticky note. When you go back through the section, you will know, in your own words, what you’ve red and how it applies to your overall studying.

2. Space things out

There is a limit to how long you can focus on a particular set of material. If you try to learn too much at once, your concentration abilities suffer. Not being able to concentrate will lead to poor recollection in the future.

1. Explain your thoughts to others

Utilize your roommates, parents, or friends. Explain your thoughts, answers, and ideas to them. It will help you realize whether you actually know the subject or not. If you aren’t able to fully explain it, you may have more studying to do.

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