Read on for helpful tips to get you through finals whether your studying or making the decision to drink, be sure to eat/hydrate, take breaks, have a plan and rest!
“The goal for the weekend was to create awareness about the dangers of impaired driving, empower the students with ideas and resources to combat this issue, and have the students take that knowledge back to their campuses,” said Russell Henk, Director of the U in the Driver Seat program.
The U.S. Department of State has issued Top 5 Travel Tips for Spring Break in an effort to offer guidance to students traveling over seas. Some highlights include: Avoiding excessive alcohol consumption or “overdoing it” which can put you at risk for arrest, accidents, violence or even death. UDS suggests to: [list icon=”icon: thumbs-o-up” icon_color=”#ff8d19″] […]
Halloween can be a great time full of parties, fun and friends all dressing like something they’re not. It can also be a time where students may be more likely to binge drink or drink more than they normally do because of the occasion. If you decide to drink don’t be an ass – avoid […]
Every year on the third week of October the BACCHUS Network promotes it’s National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness week. This is a good opportunity to coordinate events at your school with information on: Responsible drinking Signs and symptoms of alcohol poisoning Designated driver information for the area College life and alcohol Alcohol 101 This may also […]
Spring – March 1st through May 31st – marks the most dangerous season on Texas roadways for alcohol-related traffic crashes.