Dean Says “Don’t Be Stupid”
At least that’s the message I got from Dean Brady’s recent blog post. In a similar move to Dean Wormley, Dean Christian Brady of the Schreyer Honors College is urging students to be responsible this weekend. In a post on the SHC website, while not explicitly asking students not to participate, he says:
I do not want to be infantilizing by stating the obvious: you are all adults (even if many of you are not yet of the legal drinking age) and you are free to make your own decisions regarding how you spend your weekends. It is certainly my hope that whatever your activities you remain safe and would bring no disrepute to yourself or to our institution.
As UPUA quoted in their advertisement in the Collegian today, “may no act of ours bring shame.” I think this is a good thing to keep in mind this weekend.
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