(Oct. 24, 2011) -- The UTSA Office of Student Activities, the student organization Be A Responsible Roadrunner (BARR) and other UTSA departments will sponsor a series of events Oct. 24-29 in observance of National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week. The range of programs are free and open to students, faculty and staff.
On more than 1,000 campuses across the country, college and university students will join with their peers to raise awareness of the personal responsibility involved in consuming beverages with alcohol.
Alcohol Awareness Week events
7-8 p.m. -- University Oaks basketball courts
8:15-9:15 p.m. -- Chaparral Village neighborhood centers
9:30-10:30 p.m. -- Chisholm Hall activity center
10:30-11:30 p.m. -- Campus Crawl Late Night Breakfast
This event is made possible by the resident assistants and staff at University Oaks, Laurel Village, Chaparral Village and Chisholm Hall; BARR; UTSA Athletics; Student Conduct and Community Standards; Student Activities and UTSA Crime Prevention.
Roadrunners unite as we ring in the Coach Frank Wilson era. There will be raffle prizes, giveaways and a tailgating competition among UTSA Football tailgate groups. Meet your 2016 Roadrunners football team, get autographs, and meet Coach Wilson.
Convocation Center, Main Campus
All current registered student organizations are invited and encouraged to participate in the Showcase which allows all new students an opportunity to learn more about the involvement opportunities and student life at UTSA.
University Center Lawn, Main Campus
Hang out with your friends for an encore showing of Captain America: Civil War.
University Center Denman Room, Main Campus
Come enjoy a free brunch and listen to wonderful Jazz music as we mark the end of a successful Roadrunner Days 2016.
H-E-B University Center Ballroom, Main Campus
District 8 Councilman Ron Nirenberg and State Sen. José Menéndez host a Cultural Conversations event at the UTSA Institute of Texan Cultures to talk about issues of intolerance and ways to unify the community.
UTSA Institute of Texan Cultures
Known for her unique ability to make sophisticated numbers reveal simple truths, Talithia Williams explores how big data can be used to make smart decisions in education, business, and everyday situations.
Main Building Auditorium, MB 0.104, Main Campus
The UTSA International Conference on Aging inthe Americas seeks to address the important context in understanding how characteristics of physical, social and economic environments give rise to disparities in Latino health in older adults.
UTSA Downtown Campus, Durango Bldg. Southwest Room (DB 1.124)
UTSA Mexico Center director Dr. Harriett Romo and program coordinator Olivia Mogollon, along with U.S. and Mexican scholars discuss migration between Mexico and the U.S. during this panel presentation.
UTSA Institute of Texan Cultures
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