Students who are cramming in study sessions for finals next week will be able to take breaks and “Chillax” at the William T. Young Library Thursday night starting at 8 p.m.
Chillax will be at the Keeneland Gallery in W.T. Young and provide different stress-free activities, healthy food and beverages as well as safe and healthy habits tips for students.
The stress-free event is sponsored by the Student Wellness Ambassadors and the Office of Substance Education and Responsibility
Finals are just around the corner and while students are starting to hit the books, the Violence, Intervention and Prevention Center is hosting a series of fun activities such as games, movies, and crafts for any students who want to take a break from cramming.
Students can join in on the fun all week from 8:30 a.m. until 5 p.m. in the lower level of Frazee Hall
Students can also personalize gift-wrapping paper, which will be used to wrap gifts to children at the Bluegrass Domestic Violence Program.
Free food will also be provided throughout the day.
The Violence Intervention and Prevention Center at the University of Kentucky envisions a safe and violence-free campus community. For more information about the VIP Center or this event, visitwww.uky.edu/studentaffairs/vipcenter or call 859-257-3189.
It’s 9:00 and Blue Coast Live is at Memorial Coliseum covering this semester’s Crunch Brunch. With everything from pool with UK President Lee Todd to an oxygen bar, a basketball shootout and a breakfast buffet, students have come out to take a break from studying for their finals to enjoy a night of relaxation and fun at Crunch Brunch.
Here are some photos from tonight’s event.
Check back for more photos and video as the night continues.