Overall, the food was pretty tasty. I was upset by the fact that they had run out of turkey 20 minutes into the 7:30-9:00 pm dinner. Not being able to have turkey on thanksgiving made it feel like it was not thanksgiving at all.
After they finally figured out the DVD player was broken and found a way to screen it (which should've been done well in advance of the screening - as it is midterm week and many of us had better things to do than sit and wait around for a half hour to have the problem resolved; but once it was, it was a powerful, eye-opening documentary, not only in regards to the topic of Sexual Violence and Assault on college campuses and the bureaucratic coverup of such by those in high places that are supposed to protect those attending their colleges - but also, it shed light on the fact that if you believe in something enough, activism and hard work can pay off - eventually. I was amazed and proud of Angela and Annie for researching and pursuing Title IX and making the college powerful "higher ups" answer to this atrocious behavior.