PROGRAMS FACILITATED BY STUDENT HEALTH ADVOCATES
This is our most popular program! It’s time to talk about sex! Join Prevention and Outreach Services for an energetic and engaging new version of Sexy Bingo!
What Drug is It Anyway?
Join us for a game show format to learn about alcohol, other drugs and Party Smart tips. We’ll take a look at trends on campus, with college students in general, and the community at large.
Mental Health Guess Who
Friendly competition provides the opportunity to discover which celebrities have been diagnosed with mental illnesses. Through increased knowledge regarding mental illnesses, participants will recognize that mental illness does not have a certain "look" and that individuals can be successful while learning to cope with mental illness.
PROGRAMS FACILITATED BY SELECT RESPECT PEER EDUCATORS
I Can’t Even Think Straight
Host I Can’t Even Think Straight for a night of LGBTQA trivia! In this program we will break down the meaning of all the “letters,” take a quizzical look at pop culture and explore relationship violence within the LGBTQA community. The trivia format creates a fun, competitive program complete with prizes!
Like. Tweet. Snap. Text. The majority of the members of our campus community are on some form of social media. iRespect explores online social media presence, healthy relationships, stalking and the Brockport campus environment. Have you ever Googled yourself?
Hook Up BPT
Booze. Parties. Truth? Hook Up BPT explores the concepts of a campus hookup and party culture through a 35 minute documentary and facilitated discussion. Is there a hookup culture at Brockport? Is this what partying looks like? Can anyone hookup with no strings attached? Respectful deconstruction of the party scene presented in the documentary will be discussed alongside bystander intervention.
Every day and everywhere, our environment may be supporting a rape culture. This program is designed to challenge your thinking through representations of rape culture and gender violence in print, movies, pictures, slang, and social media. Blurred Lines takes you out of your comfort zone and promotes discussions about culture change within your residence hall and the larger community.