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Every college student knows how big Halloweek really is. It’s more than just the one night on Oct. 31. It’s a whole week of parties, costumes and very little sleep. Here is a guide to help everyone from a freshman who has never experienced it, to a senior who’s going out one last time before they graduate.
Here’s what TO DO:
KEEP AN EYE ON YOUR DRINK
FIND A BUDDY BEFORE THE PARTY AND CHECK ON THEM THROUGHOUT THE NIGHT
EAT BEFORE YOU GO
POUR YOUR OWN DRINK OR WATCH IT BE POURED
Here’s what NOT TO DO:
LEAVE YOUR GROUP
DRINK TOO MUCH
LET ANY OF YOUR FRIENDS LEAVE WITH SOMEONE YOU DON’T KNOW
DRINK AND DRIVE
ACCEPT A DRINK FROM A STRANGER
While Halloweek can be a really fun time, you have to be smart about it and make sure you are aware of your surroundings at all times. If you ever feel uncomfortable, call someone.
The following numbers are always there for anyone who may need them:
Norman PD: 911
OU Advocates: 405-615-0013.
Gender + Equality Center: 405-325-4929
Sexual Misconduct Officer: 405-325-2215.
Title IX Office: 405 325-2215
The Trevor Project: 1-866-488-7386
From all of us here at Her Campus Oklahoma, we hope you have a fun and safe Halloweek.