events promote responsibility
part of its efforts to reduce dangerous drinking, California State
University, Sacramento will host a series of events during the next
National Alcohol Screening Day will be observed on campus from 10
2 p.m. on Thursday, April 3, in the University Union lobby. Students
will be able to evaluate their drinking habits, learn about the
effects of alcohol and talk with a healthcare professional.
Safe Spring Break activities will encourage students to make responsible
decisions when it comes to drinking. Joel Goldman will speak on
“Sex Under the Influence,” at 7 p.m. on Monday, April
7, in the University Union Ballroom. Goldman, who is HIV positive
and traces many of the behaviors that led to his infection to his
college days, discusses how even students who understand safe sex
can make deadly mistakes when mixing sex and alcohol. From 10 a.m.
to 2 p.m. on Wednesday, April 9, in the library quad, Safe Spring
Break activities include games, freebies, free “mocktails”
and the “Safe Spring Break” pledge. Students taking
the pledge will be entered into a national drawing to win a Jeep
Although studies show that CSUS students drink less than college
students nationwide, the University is committed to educating its
students on the dangers of alcohol consumption.
For more information contact the CSUS student activities office
(916) 278-6595. For media assistance contact the CSUS public affairs
office at (916) 278-6156.