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|What is Spring Break Revolution?|
Spring Break Revolution is a week-long event held annual at TAMIU. The purpose is to promote a safe and healthy spring break by simulating environments that students may encounter while on spring break and the consequences of high-risk behavior.
|Spring Break Revolution Events|
Monday, March 2, 2015
Campus police will host an information booth to increase awarness and prevent victimization during spring break.
Student Conduct and Community Engagement in partnership with Wellness Education Leaders (WEL), a student organization, will host a "Empty Chair" of individuals who have been victims during spring break.
Tuesday, March 3, 2015
Student Health Services will host a "Sun and Sex" talk with Dr. Leo Cigarroa. The purpose is to promote effective decision-making during spring break regarding sun exposure and sex.
Wednesday, March 4, 2015
Student Conduct and Community Engagement will host a drunk driving simulator to demonstrate the dangerous effects of DUI/DWI driving and "tunnel vision."
Housing and Residence Life will host "Spring Fling." The purpose is to expose students living on campus with effective ways to stay safe and healthy during spring break.
Thursday, March 5, 2015
Student Counseling Services and Disabilities will host a TLC on alcohol and other drugs.
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