Campus Briefs

Donate Comfort Kits
BSU Peer Educators are still collecting items to help in assembling “Comfort Kits” for survivors of sexual assault. These kits will be housed at hospitals statewide, and administered to survivors undergoing the evidence collection process. Items such as travel-size toiletries, gum or mints, underwear, socks, and combs or brushes, in addition to others, are given in each kit. Drop-off locations are Outreach Education (Weygand Hall 1048), Athletics and Recreation (Tinsley 200), University and Community Partnerships (Moakley Center 211), the School of Social Work (Burrill Office Complex, 95 Burrill Avenue), the Maxwell Library Circulation Desk, and Student Affairs (Boyden 106). Baskets will be collected on Oct. 31.

VetSpeak Event
Members of the BSU community who have been or currently are in military service are invited to participate two related displays during November that will recognize and honor your military service.The displays are in conjunction with the BSU Laboratory Theatre’s performance of VetSpeak, which will premiere on November 20th through 23rd at the RCC.
If you have any questions, please contact Marlene DeLeon, Catholic Campus Minister, by email at marlene.deleon@bridgew.edu, or by phone at 508 531 1412 (office) or 617 999 4594 (cell).

Honors Program Blood Drive
The Honors Program, along with the Honors Student Congress, is hosting its Annual Halloween Blood Drive on Oct. 29, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Dunn Suites. Sign up today and be a part of donating hope to others.
Appointment Instructions:
1. Go to www.redcrossblood.org
2. Top right Give Blood. Find a Blood Drive – Enter Zip Code: 02325
3. Look for date October 29th, 2014 – Bridgewater State University
4. Click on Schedule an Appointment.
5. Login in or Register with the Red Cross
6. Click on preferred time, and then confirm appointment.
7. Show up for your selected times on the day of the blood drive: Oct. 29 in the Dunn Suites.
Give a treat, give blood.

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