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Superbowl Bash

Location: Campus Center 301

Come and watch a live stream of the Superbowl with the UH Hilo Student Activities Council! Free Chinese food will be served and prizes will be given away at the end of each quarter.

Special Restrictions: A valid UH Hilo ID is required to win prizes. UH Hilo/HawCC combo validation qualifies.

For more information, contact: uhhsac@hawaii.edu (808) 932-7374

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