Events promote dry fun

By John Holloway
October 23, 2003

Cabrini College, along with the nation, supports alcohol awareness week. Over 1,000 colleges and universities are observing this initiative sponsored by the Inter-Association Task Force on Alcohol and Other Substance Abuse Issues.

“The mission of the task force is to inspire students to review their lifestyles and make informed healthy decisions regarding substances,” according to the Office of Student Activities at Cabrini.

Students all over the country deal with drinking related problems yearly. Each campus that participates gears the week-long event to the size and needs of that particular school. Cabrini is taking part by offering events throughout the week.

Enjoy mind-reading and magic Friday night at 8 p.m. by the Psychic Madman and his sidekick Ethan in Grace Hall. This is an event held to help show there is more to life than just drinking according to resident assistant Ryan Norris. Norris also added how much of a success the mind-reading duo was over this past summer’s orientation.

Midnight Madness is Saturday night. Come celebrate school spirit (and healthy lifestyles) with Laser tag, free food, and prizes. The amazing “Human Refrigerator” will be eating light bulbs and other living and inanimate objects. The PEER educators will be around the whole evening handing out pamphlets on alcohol and drug-related issues.

Unwinding on Sunday, church-goers can seek peace by attending mass at the Bruckmann Chapel of St. Joseph at 7 p.m. This service will be sponsored by Campus Ministry.

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