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Posted by Shawn Steiner at 2:14PM   |  5 comments
FLEFF Interns at the first flash mob!

Blog posting written by Shawn Steiner, Film, Photography, and Visual Arts ’13, FLEFF Intern, Elkridge, Maryland

Can we spray paint? No.

Can we chalk the sidewalks? No.

Can we put pamphlets out across campus? No.

Can we still get people’s attention? Yes.

We can form a group and walk into IC Square. We can talk to people. We can pass along information. That’s what is great about the flash mob.

FLEFF is only two months away. The kick-off event is only one month away!

So pay attention. If you see a FLEFF shirt, or a FLEFF sign, that could mean something exciting is about to happen. And, that you are about to learn something new about what’s happening at FLEFF this year.

Maybe you were in IC Square today just grabbing a bite to eat when we appeared en masse. That was our first flash mob! And if you weren’t there you can check it out right here!

So, if you have any questions for us, or simply want to get involved, let us know! Ask us right here about something you may have only gotten a hint at during the flash mob. 



Great do I find out about more FLEFF Flash Mobs that I could join ? Amazing you all posted something just hours after the flash mob happened!

Good work guys!

Love this idea as a way around institutional policies!

Cool flash mob, really has grabbed attention. You should repeat something like this more offten. I have my own challenge, maybe you can create a community interested in slow carb diet It's always more effective and fun to loose weight together.

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