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|P.U.N. On Campus|
Peer-Education Umbrella Network better known as P.U.N. are student peer educators at Hastings College who focus on promoting a positive campus community that reflects the attitudes, behaviors, and values of a healthy lifestyle.
P.U.N.s student outreach presenters and advocates who are trained, and given ongoing supervision in a specific health topic area. Training includes skills based training (e.g. listening skills, referral skills and life balance) and additional specific topic training. The students of P.U.N. take part in creating, planning and implementing health awareness weeks/months and programs throughout the Hastings College community.
|The P.U.N. Groups|
Active Minds at Hastings College is changing the conversation about mental health. Active Minds empowers students to speak openly about mental health issues in order to educate others and encourage help seeking. They are changing the culture on campus and in the community by providing information, leadership opportunities, and advocacy training. The weekly meetings are held every Tuesday at 7pm at the Stone Health Center. All are welcome. Contact any member or Beth Littrell, advisor at firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by the Health Center for details about the group.
(Boost Alcohol Consciousness Conerning the Health of University Students)
Encourages responsible decision-making concerning the use or non-use of alcohol and other drugs. They also encourage respect for the choices of others. Join the group anytime by contacting any member or attending a meeting. BACCHUS meets at 6pm on Wednesdays at the Health Center. Everyone is welcome! For more information see the advisor, Beth Littrell at the Health Center (email@example.com) or talk with any BACCHUS member.
(College Acquaintance Rape Educators)
Through peer education provides accurate information about and skills for prevention of sexual violence, including information about healthy/unhealthy relationships. Application and tryouts take place in April. Meetings are held on Thursdays at 6pm at the Stone Health Center. Contact any C.A.R.E. member or Beth Littrell (firstname.lastname@example.org) at the Health Center for details.
The Alliance promotes and educates about safety, dignity and respect for students of all sexual orientations, including gay, lebian, straight bisexual and transgendered people, and strive to create a welcoming, supportive atmosphere for all.
To provide accurate information about and prevention of HIV/AIDS to the campus community, and to the larger community included Adams County.
(Student Health Advisory Council)
Educates the campus community on a variety of health-related issues. Some of the topics that SHAC addresses include 3 blood drives during the academic year in the fall and spring semesters; collecting “pink lids” to help fund Breast Cancer Research and educate campus on the breast cancer and SBE; educating young men on testicular cancer and TSE; sponsoring the campus Great American Smokeout/Spitout and QUIT programs, raising funds for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, educating campus on healthy living, stress reduction, sleep, weight management, and sponsoring the campus Health Fair every spring. Join the group anytime by contacting any member or attending a meeting. SHAC meets at the Health Center every Monday night at 8pm. All are welcome. Contact Beth Littrell (email@example.com) for details.
Everyone is welcome to join any of the P.U.N. groups. For more information about any of the groups please see a P.U.N member or contact Beth Littrell−Advisor at firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by the Campus Heath Center.