|Apathetic No More|
|Written by K. Daniel Glover|
|Wednesday, 21 October 2009 12:13|
That explains the phenomenal turnout for the Oregon State University screening of Not Evil Just Wrong on Sunday. About 750 people attended the show in Corvallis, according to Dr. Nicholas Drapela. Here's the account he sent by e-mail:
Milam Auditorium, where the screening was held, seats a little over 700 people. Those who showed up late ended up standing in the back looking for seats. Even the balcony was filled.
It was mostly college students, but there were a significant number of people from the community outside the university of all ages who came. The youngest I saw was about 11, and the oldest was about 85. ... Overall, a great success.
Yavapai College professor Terry Lovell, meanwhile, reports that some 600 people attended the premiere he hosted in Prescott, Ariz. And nearly 50 more attended the screening at Washington College in Chestertown, Md.
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