"Stand Up and Be Counted: Most Students are Making Healthy Choices"
Many events and activities are slated for National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week, the week of October 17 - 23.
Red Ribbon Distribution held from 11:30 until 1 p.m. in Scandling Center, Monday through Friday.
"Remember Me Day" held on Tuesday, October 19. As you walk around campus, stop and reflect at various places throughout campus where students have been impacted by alcohol abuse.
"The Science of Feeling Good and Feeling Bad with Alcohol" by David Craig, professor of chemistry, held at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, October 20, in the Geneva Room. See how alcohol absorption is different for men and women. Learn the pharmacological effects of alcohol as they relate to sensations and functional changes in the user. The presentation will look at the consequences of alcohol abuse for college students and the important alcohol norms that have been measured nationally.
"Hands Across the Campus" held at 12:30 p.m. on Thursday, October 21, in Scandling Center. Members of Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) join hands with fellow students, faculty, and staff as a symbol of unity that most students are making healthy choices. Free T-shirts will be distributed on a first come basis. Images of the back of the tee shirt and the front of the tee shirt can be seen by following the link.
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