Alcohol Awareness Week
A week of events promoting responsibility, reality-based drug and alcohol education, and ending rape culture. DISCLAIMER: We neither condone nor condemn alcohol use- we merely recognize that it happens, and we should at the very least be aware of what's happening on our own campus and how to make it safer. We'll be tweeting alcohol facts all week! Look up #AAW on Twitter! 2/19, 7-830, CAS 211 - Medical Transport Info Sesh with Res Life, EMT & SHS 2/20, 7-8, CAS B12 - Consent 101 with BARCC 2/22, 6-7, The CGSA - Alcohol on the Brain: The Science of Booze 2/25, 7-8, CAS B12 - Bystander Training with SARP More details: Medical Transport Information Session + Q&A -Become confident in your knowledge of BU's drug and alcohol policies, how to tell the signs of alcohol poisoning, plus what happens during a medical transport & the ensuing judicial process Consent 101 -Learn about the prevalence of sexual violence on college campuses; the laws behind consent and alcohol/drug consumption; the methodology of perpetration; and the role that college community plays in supporting survivors Alcohol on the Brain: The Science of Booze -What's going on with your brain chemistry when you drink? What are the short-term and long-term neurological effects? Our own SSDP alum and neuroscience grad student Darrien Garay will be leading a presentation and discussion to address these questions. Bystander Training -When you see something wrong, is it your responsibility to intervene? Come talk to reps from the Sexual Assault Response and Prevention Center and learn how to handle stressful/dangerous situations that may arise. Co-sponsored by The Center for Gender Sexuality & Activism, and the Alcohol and Drug Accountability Council.
7:00pm on Tuesday, February 19th 2013
8:00pm on Monday, February 25th 2013
College of Arts and Sciences and the GSU (CAS 211 and B12, and the Center for Gender, Sexuality, and Activism)