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College presents anti-hazing lecture, documentary film October 22 & 23

September 30, 2008

Event Calendar Listings

"Hazing: the Fallout," a talk by Travis Apgar, associate dean of students, Cornell University
Wednesday, Oct. 22
7:30 p.m.
Dana Auditorium, located on College Street (Route 125)
Free and open to the public

Travis Apgar, associate dean of students at Cornell University, will give a lecture titled "Hazing: the Fallout," much of which is drawn from his own experience as a college football player who experienced hazing.

Film screening: "Haze"
Thursday, Oct. 23
7:30 p.m.
Dana Auditorium, located on College Street (Route 125)
Free and open to the public

"Haze" is a powerful documentary film examining the serious national health crisis caused by binge drinking, alcohol misuse, and hazing at American colleges and universities. Watch the film right here:

Watch more free documentaries</a>The Gordie Foundation was started by the family of a young man who died of alcohol poisoning as a result of hazing at the University of Colorado, Boulder. Middlebury has been selected as an official partner by the Gordie Foundation for this year's celebration of National Gordie Day, which is Oct 22.

For more information, contact the Middlebury College Director of Health and Wellness Education Jyoti Daniere at 802-443-5580.