I’m a fourth generation BGSU falcon: My mother went there, my grandparents met there, and my great-grandmother went there. My sister also attended, along with some of my mom’s cousins, and one of my grandma’s sorority sisters was actress Eva Marie Saint. I don’t exactly bleed orange & brown, but I thoroughly enjoyed my time in good ol’ Bowling Green and am still friends with many of the people I graduated with.
A few weeks ago, my mom sent me an email from the alumni association announcing an event at the upcoming Cleveland International Film Festival on Thursday March 29th from 5:30pm to 7:15pm. For $15, you get hors d’oeuvres, cocktails, and a voucher for the film festival. A regular ticket is going to cost you $12 ($10 for CIFF members), so you might as well spend the extra few bucks and get food and drinks too, amirite? Go here for more information or to register to attend (deadline is March 23rd).
After I get my Falcon Fun on, you should join me at the 7:45 showing of Girl Model followed by King Me at 9:45 (have I mentioned yet how much I
like love documentaries?) I was already planning on leaving work early that day to go to these two films and at least this way I can make it sound good by telling my supervisor I’d like to leave work early to attend an alumni event instead of telling him I want to leave early so I can go to the movies.
It’s all in how you present the information, amirite?
Love from the ashes,