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Colorado State University–Pueblo sorority to focus on alcohol awareness September 20

Release Date: September 05, 2017

Cora Zaletel

Executive Director, External Affairs

Colorado State University-Pueblo

719.549.2810

Colorado State University–Pueblo sorority to focus on alcohol awareness September 20

PUEBLO – Colorado State University-Pueblo’s Alpha Sigma Alpha will host an alcohol awareness and drunk driving prevention program for students beginning at 12:30 p.m. on Sept. 20 in front of the Library and Academic Resources Center (LARC).

Alpha Sigma Alpha member and event coordinator Stephanie Friesen organized this event in order to make more students aware of the dangers of drinking and driving and how important it is to drink responsibly. Students can participate in a sobriety test using drunk goggles as well as listen to speakers from the Student Counseling Center and meet new CSU-Pueblo Sheriff’s Office Lieutenant Steven Bryant. The community is welcome to attend.

Alpha Sigma Alpha hopes to be accompanied by more Greek houses if not all during this event, and Student Veterans of America and has the support of Dean of Students Mary Humphrey, the Student Counseling Center, and Associate Students’ Government President Jake Harmon.

“I would love to have as much campus support as possible since this is such an important topic to talk about,” Friesen said. Friesen is using the Fraternal Information and Programming Group (FIPG) as a guide on how to educate students and faculty from the university on the dangers of alcohol. FIPG is organized for the purpose of providing information on risk management issues.

Colorado State University-Pueblo is committed to excellence, setting the standard for regional comprehensive universities in teaching, research, and service by providing leadership and access for its region, while maintaining its commitment to diversity.
 
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