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National Hazing

Prevention Week

September 22-26, 2014


National Hazing Prevention Weel 


Monday, September 22

  •  6:30-8:00pm, Cohen Center Ballroom - Keynote Speaker, Lorin Phillips - Hazing:Sweat the Small Stuff

Tuesday, September 23

  • 1:00pm – 2:30, CC247 - Lunch and a Movie: HAZE. A showing of the documentary “HAZE” will be offered during the day, along with lunch. This is a documentary centered around the theme of alcohol abuse and hazing on college campuses. (Lunch will be provided)

Wednesday, September 24

  • 12:30pm – 2pm,  CC247 Luncheon Program: STEP UP! Hazing Edition. Students are invited to attend this interactive bystander intervention program focused on educating students how they can make a difference on our campus. (Lunch will be provided)

 Thursday, September 25

  • 12:30pm – 2:00pm CC247 Luncheon Discussion – “Hidden Harms of Hazing”.  Students are invited to come have an open discussion with their peers about the impact of hazing and how to form “team bonds” and brother/sisterhood without hazing. (Lunch will be provided)
  • 2:00pm – 3:30pm Cohen Center Ballroom - “Male Bystander Training Webinar”.  Students and staff are invited to attend this webinar geared towards men’s role in bystander intervention. Join a panel of experts as they provide an overview of the bystander approach and how it has been used to effectively engage men and transform male dominated organizations, helping to transform cultural norms supporting gender violence on campus.
  • 7:00pm – 10:00pm Cohen Center Ballroom - Screening of “Neighbors”. A showing of the Hollywood film “Neighbors” will be offered during the evening, along with popcorn. This is a movie that exemplifies hazing stereotypes

 Friday, September 26

  • 10am – 12:00pm Student Service Day: ALL Campus Clean-Up initiative. Students are invited to take part in an initiative to show respect and care to our community. Meet in Fishbowl.




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