While the front of the library can be seen with students scurrying to their final or entering the building for their long night studying escapade, many took a moment to bring their attention to the 1,824 little red flags that had been placed in front of the library in the Darwin quad. The little red flags are not for landscaping or as a holiday decoration, but as a representation of the 1,824 college aged students that die each year from alcohol related incidents.
This display was one of many events throughout Sonoma State University’s “Save A Seawolf” Alcohol Awareness week. This is the week of awareness that is hosted by the National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week for the past 15 years in various forms. The Arrive Alive Simulator was something new that administration was able to have come to campus in December, which allowed administration to promote positive behaviors around the holidays.Read More