I just had another thought -- one of our counselors has used an episode of
the TV show "Felicity" and said he thought it was pretty realistic, as far
as it's portrayal of college life. As I recall, it was not that hard to
get permission, either.
--On Tue, Nov 28, 2000 8:19 AM -0800 "Markus, Tim" <MarkusT@evergreen.edu>
> Doesn't the Richard Benjamin character visit the Ally McGraw character at
> her college town for a weekend toward the end of the movie? Doesn't
> really show her college either as I recall though.
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> Well, that's true. I had forgotten him. But he's always pictured at
> home, not at college.
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>> <<"Goodbye Columbus" is not
>> college-themed--although its protagonists are close to college age. >>
>> Though the brother (who is played by a cousin of mine I'm told) is a
>> jock at
>> Ohio State and goes around in his OSU sweartshirt carrying a baseketball
>> the time. Carry on...
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