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Hi I'm Katie, I am a junior at Butler. I am a Strategic Communication major with a focus in Public Relations. I love being involved in campus and hold positions in College Mentors for Kids and Dawg Pound. I am also a Butler Student Ambassador, Morton Finney Scholar, and a member of Pi Beta Phi. I am huge Indy sports fan! Currently I am studying abroad in Sydney Australia!

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Posts Tagged “Super Bowl”

I Never Thought I Would Say This…

BUT I MISS CLASSES. My classes in Australia don’t start until March 3rd, so until then I’m not enrolled in any classes. While I thought this would be an extremely relaxing time I never thought it being too relaxing. Doing nothing sounds great to most people, but to me I am starting to lose my mind. Thank goodness for work at Firebelly Marketing or then I would literally probably just be at home watching Netflix 24/7.

You think not having classes would be great, but it’s not. I feel like a student who has dropped out. You think that you’ll have people to hang out with, which is some what true, but since people have classes at different times during the day it’s hard to plan schedules out. On top of that most of my friends at Butler just like myself are involved with five billion different things, so you are no longer just planning on classes but also on extra activities.

For the most part I keep my timed preoccupied through work, but I do miss class. At least with class you can have breaks in the day where you’re taking a nap or just hanging out. Work doesn’t exactly have a time for naps. In class you may think you are dreading that pop quiz or that test coming up, but at least you can prepare yourself for that. At work you may never know what can happen in one day. So as much as I complain about classes, I miss them. Watch in a month when I start Australian classes I will wish I was back in this moment. You always want what you can’t have.

Here’s something to get you in the mood for some Super Bowl Sunday madness with a lot of Colts appearances :)

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What Was That?!

Last night I watched the Super Bowl at my friend Bethany’s house with a couple of our friends! Bethany’s mom went out of control on food, I think I still might be in a food coma. Either way though I thought the food was going to be the thing I was most excited about because I really did not care which team won, but that changed quickly after the game started.

First off everyone knows that if you aren’t a fan of football that many people watch the game just for the commercials. I am not one of those people, I love sports, but the commercials are an extra bonus to watching the game. Although this year I did not think the commercials were that great. They kind of sucked. I didn’t really find any of them that funny and the only one I really liked, the Budweiser Clydesdale commercial, made me want to cry.

On top of the commercials if you never watch the Super Bowl this year you were because of Beyonce and the half time show. Beyonce killed it. I’m really not even that big of a Beyonce fan, but her half time show was insane. On top of that Destiny’s Child came back to do a few songs. It only would have been better if Jay-Z came out and did a song, but I won’t complain.

As if the Super Bowl couldn’t have gotten more crazy with the Ravens killing the 49er’s it only got more crazy when there decided to be a power outage at the dome. All I could think about was that this would never happen in Indianapolis, and we should host the Super Bowl again :)

The Black Out!

Besides everything that happened, the game actually turned out to be really good. The 49er’s made an impressive attempt at a comeback, but just barely missed it. It would have been awesome to see, but since I didn’t really mind who won I was just wanting to go home. With the power outage it added an additional 35 minutes to the game. I just can’t wait until next Super Bowl, but until then at least I have March Madness to look forward to now!

Celebration time for the Ravens!