Stories are wanted to help with Alcohol Awareness Week
The offices of Student Life and Student Health Services, along with the Contemporary Social Issues Committee at LCSC, are holding an Alcohol Awareness week on Oct. 27-31 on the Lewiston campus.
As part of the week, an invitation to all LCSC students, staff and faculty has been extended to response and participate. The event organizers are asking all who has been influenced in any way by alcohol to respond by writing their story or a statement about what impact it has played in their lives. With permission, organizers would like to share those stories with the campus community.
For anyone who volunteers to participate, organizers say they will keep the names anonymous. They also stated they won’t use the entire story and won’t give any names or identifying data to anyone.
Organizers plan to take parts of these stories and place them as alcohol awareness and education messages that will be displayed around campus and shared with the campus community.
If you want to participate, e-mail your story to LCSC Office of Student Life counselor Doug Steele at email@example.com, or drop them by the Office of Student Life, located in Room 111 of Reid-Centennial Hall.
If students have problems related to alcohol, counselors in the Office of Student Life are available for free.
For more information on LCSC’s Alcohol Awareness Week, contact the Office of Student Life at (208) 792-2211 or e-mail Steele at the e-mail address above.