A Promise to Adam

November 8, 2016

Join the BSU Peer Educators, Outreach Education, Sigma Pi, and Phi Sigma Sigma in welcoming Howard London our guest speaker for A Promise to Adam on Tuesday November 15th from 6:30pm-8:00pm in the RCC Ballroom.  Adam was Howard London’s son who died tragically at only 17 in a car crash on August 23rd, 2010.  Hear […]

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Project Pack: What You can do to help Survivors of Sexual Violence

October 3, 2016

“Among undergraduate students, 23.1% of females and 5.4% of males experience rape or sexual assault through physical force, violence, or incapacitation” (RAINN). Many people have heard about the prevalence of sexual violence on college campuses, but many are unsure about how to aid and support survivors of sexual violence. One way to support and help […]

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Walking Away the Stress with the Wellness Walk

September 27, 2016

As students we face a lot of stress in our lives. It also seems like we aren’t always sure of healthy and productive ways of relieving stress.  But here at BSU we do have some resources for fun and active stress relieving activities, like the Wellness Walks put on by Outreach Education, the Wellness Center, […]

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Upcoming Events and Ways to Get Involved with Outreach Education this Fall!

August 15, 2016

In the fall, Outreach Education has a number of campus-wide interactive programs, including: Wellness Walks! Once a week a staff member and students meet at the Old Clock Tower and walk through the beautiful campus trails together. This is a great way to de-stress at the end of the day, enjoy the beautiful nature around […]

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Go Somewhere New!

June 13, 2016

Don’t spend your summer wondering what’s going on, get out there and experience all that Massachusetts has to offer! This list includes a few family friendly events for you to check out.   World Oceans Day celebrations will be held at the New England Aquarium in Boson June 5th from 11am-3pm. There will be hands-on […]

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What’s in season right now?

May 23, 2016

Blueberries, Blackberries, Raspberries, and Strawberries!   With these sweet berries, you can make smoothies, top off your oatmeal, add them to pancakes, or even sprinkle some on top of your salad for a fresh, summer taste. Locally, you can pick your own berries at Ward’s Berry Farm, located at 614 South Main Street in Sharon, […]

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It’s Time to Walk it Off

April 6, 2016

Remember that old saying, “Walk it off?” Well, now you can literally “walk it off” every Tuesday afternoon for Wellness Walks the Great Hill Trails. Meet us at the former clock tower every Tuesday at 4:30pm through October 27th (weather permitting), and you can “walk off” anything you choose! You can “walk off” high blood […]

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Let’s Talk About Hazing

November 4, 2013

What is Hazing? According to, a website that aims to eliminate hazing and all its forms, hazing is defined as “any activity expected of someone joining a group (or to maintain full status in a group) that humiliates, degrades or risks emotional and/or physical harm, regardless of the person’s willingness to participate.” Forcing someone […]

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Keep Halloween Safe and Fun

October 30, 2013

  Many people enjoy celebrating Halloween with family and friends – decorating, dressing up, giving out candy and going to parties. According to market researcher IBISWorld, consumers are ready to spend around $6.86 billion dollars this Halloween. Adults spend approximately $1.2 billion on their costumes and another $1 billion on children’s costumes and let’s not […]

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How Much is Too Much?

April 10, 2013

What’s a standard serving size? For hard liquor, a serving size is 1.5 fl oz of 80-proof liquor (like vodka or rum). One glass of wine is 5 fl oz, and one serving of beer is 12 fl oz. But how do you remember all these numbers? It’s easy! Take a standard solo cup – […]

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