5 places to watch Super Bowl 50 for NGU Students

With Super Bowl Sunday coming up soon, it’s time to look at places around campus you can go to watch the big game.

 Photo courtesy of Patrick Brown.

Photo courtesy of Patrick Brown.

1) The Stud/Game Room

The Stud and the game room are both good places to go to if you don’t have any options for the big game. What makes these places great options is the fact that there are other things to do if you don’t want to watch the game. You can play games in the game room or go to the Stud and have a card game with your friends.

 Photo courtesy of Patrick Brown.

Photo courtesy of Patrick Brown.

2) The Caf

This is most likely where most students will go for the big game because they are already there for dinner. Not only will you have all the food and drinks the caf has for dinner, but you will also have some special treats and games that the activity staff will be providing.

 Photo courtesy of Patrick Brown.

Photo courtesy of Patrick Brown.

3) The General Store

Last semester, The General Store was introduced to the students of North Greenville University. The General Store has multiple TVs for students to watch the game on, no matter where they are. The best part? Before Coldplay tears up the stage for the halftime show, you can go downstairs and get some pizza from Papa Johns, an official NFL sponsor.

 Photo courtesy of Patrick Brown.

Photo courtesy of Patrick Brown.

4) Nate’s

Nate's is one of the cool spots to go to watch the game. With pool tables and the NGU discount available, Nate’s is a great spot to cheer on your team with friends.

 Photo courtesy of Patrick Brown.

Photo courtesy of Patrick Brown.

5) Your Dorm Room

If you don't feel like going out, your dorm could be the answer for you. Think about it, you can cheer for the Panthers or the Broncos in the comfort of your own bed. You could do the dab with Cam Newton in your pajamas, eat ramen and drink some coffee. In other words, your dorm could be the best bet if you want to enjoy the game alone.