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Safe Celebrations

 

Preparing for celebratory events

MSU’s top priority remains the safety and well-being of our Spartan community — on our campuses and in our surrounding off-campus neighborhoods. The responsibility of keeping the greater campus community safe belongs to all of us, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. As the fall semester continues, we encourage you to stay safe while enjoying your home away from home.

Helping friends stay safe

  • Most students choose to watch out for friends during celebratory events and make plans to get home safely.
  • More than 9 out of 10 students approve of cutting off a friend who has had too much to drink.
  • More than 9 out of 10 students approve of getting medical help for a friend.
  • Nearly 9 out of 10 students say they would call 911 for a friend in need.
  • Of those students who choose to drink during a celebration, most eat before or while drinking to help limit the negative effects of alcohol.

Michigan Medical Amnesty Information

From top to bottom: White text on orange background saying, “Think about it.” White text on gray background saying, “…local news cameras. …security cameras. …police cameras. …camera phones everywhere.” Images of fingers holding a smart phone with a blurred red, yellow and orange background. White text on the black screen of the smart phone saying, “No one is anonymous anymore.” Black text over the same blurred background saying, “It’s simple: Do not participate in a riot. Observing is participating. Be Smart. Don’t go there.”