Wednesday, April 2, 2008

SXU students invited to increase awareness of alcohol, sexual assault

Spring Safety Fest ’08 on Thursday, April 17

Chicago (April 2, 2008) Students are invited to learn about alcohol and sexual assault at Saint Xavier University’s Spring Safety Fest ’08 on Thursday, April 17 in Parking Lot 2 of the University, located at 3700 W. 103rd Street, Chicago.

“This event will bring awareness and education about important and sensitive issues to our students,” said Michelle Bohacik, coordinator of the Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention Program. “We hope to provide trustworthy and reliable resources that students may seek out when needed.”

The Spring Safety Fest includes free food, a DUI Simulator, drug abuse and sexually transmitted disease educational information, and sexual assault awareness information.

April is both Alcohol Awareness Month and Sexual Assault Awareness Month.

For more information about the Fest, please contact Bohacik at (773) 298-3914 or


Contact: Rick Ducat
773-298-3325 or


Lauren said...

this is great. All young people should be properly educated on the facts of drugs and sexual assault. If you're interested in learning more on the subject you should check out the new documentary series "I Survived" on the Biography Channel on Mondays at 9pm ET. I previewed some episodes(I work for Bio) and saw one where a woman lives through kidnapping, rape and getting shot! Not only do you learn survival tactics but you get to see them triumph at the end! If you want to find out more about the show you can at . Anyone here think they'll tune in?

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