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How to be Safe on All Hallows Eve by Zachary Saeva, RA, The College at Brockport, NY Halloween might be scary... But the next morning could be... Scarier
Dont Trust the Punch! The punch maybe more then spiked. A large open bowl is a prime target for roofies. The punch may also contain a variety of alcoholic beverages (AKA JUNGLE JUICE). It is harder to track your alcohol consumption when you consume punch.
Nothing Creepy About The Can You can easily track how many you have by keeping the pull tabs. The can is sealed when you get it. No Roofies YEA!! Easy to cover the top of the can – Again no Roofies YEA!!
Lets Avoid This…
Stick with your Buddy Whether you are with the village people or chilling with some Fanta friends, stay together as a group. The buddy system doesnt mean you switch your buddy at the end of the night.
Keep the costumes SAFE and Secure Make sure your costume can stay on for the evening Make sure you can walk around comfortably Make sure you can walk without tripping or catching on fire
Halloween Hookups Make sure both people can clearly give consent. If alcohol is consumed by either party, consent can not legally given. (NY State Law) Use Protection
BY Zachary Saeva Freshman RA at The College at Brockport, NY Made For Halloween 2010