So I'm checking the WMU Broncos Website for info about what you can and cannot bring into Waldo Stadium and I say "It's like they're setting the College Students up to fail. You can't find what you aren't supposed to bring in."
The Ogre responds with a hardy "You're going to have to risk those knitting needles. I do read your blog you know."
Yeah, turns out he knows about the stash, the foolishness, and the whole 9 yards...
But look what I did find on the WMU website about Kalamazoo in general...Look at all that culture. Too bad more people arent' enjoying it...alas, ignorance is bliss.
Kalamazoo, the home of WMU's main campus, is the fifth largest city in Michigan, with a county population of more than 220,000 residents. The city is located midway between Chicago and Detroit, 140 miles from each, 2.5 hours driving time on I-94. Kalamazoo offers commercial transportation by train, bus, and major airline.
WMU's Miller Auditorium, Wings Stadium and the historic Chenery Auditorium and State Theater offer an array of concerts featuring diverse music and popular entertainment. The city is home to the Kalamazoo Ballet, the Kalamazoo Symphony Orchestra, and the prestigious Irving S. Gilmore International Keyboard Festival.