Talk of the internet

| Jay Benedict reporter | The Super Bowl is a unique event every year. Even though only two teams play, the spectacle draws millions of viewers. The game might be exciting or it might be a dud, but it’s always the hottest thing on social media and in conversation Monday morning. Last year 111 million people watched the game. That means that more than 1 in 3 Americans were tuned in. Much of the draw is the pomp and circumstance that surrounds it. Everyone has an opinion of the halftime show, the commercials are discussed in offices and classrooms and links are posted all over Twitter and Facebook. Companies spend huge amounts of money on…

Downloading a new way of life

A student logs onto Facebook from a campus computer on Monday, August 27th.

Marcus Clem | Collegio Reporter International students are common at Pitt State and, more often than not, they travel, work, eat and study together. They speak a language foreign to most other students and American students often don’t understand their lifestyle. However, their understanding of our lifestyle is impressive. PSU and the American way of life have had a profound effect on the lives of students like Shuaibin Guo, who is from Henan University of Science and Technology in Luoyang, China. “I think it has been hard for me to adapt to the environment here,” said Guo, graduate student in mechanical engineering technology. “I was surprised by the devotion to football. Chinese people do not…