FlightoftheEarls wrote:Pretty sure that is a premise directly from a whole slew of pre-teen-targeted movies aimed at boosting self confidence in early-adolescent girls.
Aww, you caught me. I over exaggerated my high school experience, which wasn't nearly as exciting as that. I’M SUCH A FRUAD! The only memorable experience I have from high school is that time I made the sports team but I was the only minority there and the all white team and small conservative town was not pleased with it, but my coach believed in me and pushed me and eventually through my hard work and team bonding we were able to come together as a team. My worst enemy became my best friend and I was able to melt away the prejudice of the town. We would have won the state championship too if it wasn’t for the opposing racist team purposely injuring me. It was fine though because as I was carried off a slow clap started which evolved into a full out ovation and I made my point that Asians could in fact play curling.
I'll split the difference and go with polo and khakis.
I haven't been to one before, what exactly occurs at an alumni reception?
The reception is mainly like a networking event where there are drinks and appetizers served in an open area where everyone can just chat and new students can ask questions about the school, the experience, employment etc. So it's kind of like this forum, except you’re not drinking alone as you ask questions and you can’t hide behind a veil of anonymity so you can rant about socially unacceptable stuff like how much you dislike Mongolians.