University Housing to Host Second Annual Chocolate Wasted Event at Greek Theatre
Chocolate Wasted is an exciting way for University of Arkansas students to party with friends, meet new people and enjoy chocolate responsibly.
Come out at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 13, to the Chi Omega Greek Theatre. Students will have a blast while learning about how to stay safe while drinking and also how to protect themselves and those they care about.
There will be games such as chocolate milk pong, flip cup, and many others that are commonly used for drinking that will instead be used for consuming chocolate. This year, the board games will be supersized and students can play while wearing drunk goggles!
Additionally, there will be a DJ, a dance floor, snacks, and even mocktails!
UAPD will be providing entertaining education about safe drinking while facilitating amusing activities involving drunk goggles!
This is the second year this @Home event has been offered as a University of Arkansas campus-wide program, and we are excited to invite all University Housing Students back after a huge success last year.
About @Home: Chocolate Wasted is a part of University Housing's @Home series. The @Home series includes 14 events throughout the 2017-2018 academic year designed to promote the three primary tenants of academic success, personal development and multicultural education.
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