SAFE Day (Safety Awareness Food Extravaganza), is a project co-created by Student Council and First Year Council. The event will provide free pizza, Arch’s sundaes, and drinks as part of an event dedicated to educating University students about safety and wellness.
The aim of the event is to bring together a wide variety of student organizations, such as Hoos Ready, ADAPT, the Men’s Leadership Project, SAPA, Student Health, the University Police, and the Women’s Center, in a fun and energetic setting to educate students about the various aspects of health and wellness. This event will be especially useful in targeting first year students before they leave dorms for summer session, and is an amazing opportunity for Student Council and First Year Council to work together to create an event that benefits all students.
SAFE Day will take place this coming Sunday, April 13 from 12 – 2 P.M. in the McCormick Quad. This event will create an incredible benefit for students throughout the University, and will create an opportunity for safety and health related student organizations to complement each others’ services to the University in a social setting.