PULLMAN, Wash. — “A Reason To Believe,” a film which tells a story of alcohol use and sexual abuse on college campuses, will be shown at Washington State University’s Compton Union Building Thursday, Feb. 18.
“We are targeting mainly members of the Greek system, but invite anyone to come and see the movie,” said Shelley Kerr of Counseling Services. After the movie there will be a discussion led by the film’s director, Douglas Tirola, a former college student and fraternity member.
According to Rolling Stone magazine, the film is one “that cost $175,000 to make but looks like it cost 10 million.” The film features music by such bands as R.E.M., Violent Femmes and 10,000 Maniacs, among others.
The film is open to the public without charge. It will begin at 6 p.m. in the CUB Auditorium.