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Alexander W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts | 501 S. Sapodilla Ave, WPB, FL 33401

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Alexander W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts | 501 S. Sapodilla Ave, WPB, FL 33401

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SUPER BOWL – ALEX AND SHANE’S FOOTBALL PODCAST

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Photo by Ava Campana
Assistant Principal George Miller leads a Philadelphia Eagles cheer during Pep Rally on Feb. 2. Mr. Miller wore his iconic Eagles suit in preparation for going to the Super Bowl. “[Going to the Super Bowl was a] once in a lifetime experience,” Mr. Miller said. “The best part of all of it was being there.”
Photo courtesy of George Miller
The view from Assistant Principal George Miller’s seats “was great. They were upper level where I could see everything.”

 

Assistant Principal George Miller, a lifelong Philadelphia Eagles fan, made the voyage to below-freezing Minneapolis, MN for Super Bowl LII. In an exciting, offensive game, the Eagles defeated the New England Patriots by a score of 41-33, sending Patriots quarterback Tom Brady home empty-handed, while the underdog Eagles returned home to Philly with the Lombardi Trophy. Communications seniors Shane McVan and Alex Gordon sat down with Mr. Miller before and after the game to hear his thoughts. 

Photo courtesy of George Miller
Super Bowl LII was held at US Bank Stadium, the home of the Minnesota Vikings. Assistant Principal George Miller said that because there were so many Eagle fans in attendance “it was almost like being at a home game.”
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Alex Gordon
Alex Gordon, Managing Editor
Communications junior Alex Gordon is a Cover Editor and second-year staffer on The Muse. Aside from journalism, Gordon is a member of the Dreyfoos Speech and Debate Team, where he is the president, and was ranked last year as one of the top sophomores in Florida. He is also the vice president of ThinkPINK, and is an attorney for the Palm Beach County Youth Court program. In his free time, he enjoys swimming, watching Netflix, and reading. In the future, Gordon aspires to have a career in law, politics, or sports management. He looks forward to advancing his journalistic abilities with The Muse for the next two years.
Shane McVan
Shane McVan, Sports Editor
Communications senior Shane McVan is the current sports edior and it is his third year on The Muse. He is also the business editor of Seeds Literary Arts Magazine. In his free time, He trains mixed martial arts and loves football. McVan in the future plans on receiving a job in the communication arts department as a sports broadcaster and journalist.
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