Bass Drop University returns on Thursday, July 14, with FIU’s annual Summer Fest concert! This 12 months, Adventure Club, Wüki B2B JSTJR and Ship Wrek will take the stage in Lot 5 subsequent to the Wertheim Performing Arts Center (WPAC). The occasion is free for college students and open to anybody 18 and up; those that are usually not college students might purchase tickets on a first-come-first-serve foundation.
As you propose for Summer Fest – and FIU’s thrilling lineup of Fall social occasions – take a second to evaluate some necessary tips to maintain you protected and wholesome, offered by FIU Student Health and Wellness and the FIU Police Department (FIUPD).
- Stay hydrated – with water. It’s July in Miami, so it’s positive to be HOT. Plus, you’ll probably be dancing or doing a whole lot of strolling. So keep in mind to drink water all through the day. You can even incorporate sports activities drinks to replenish electrolytes misplaced in sweat.
- Go with a good friend, and keep collectively all through the occasion. Before the occasion, agree on a protected place to fulfill must you turn out to be separated.
- Don’t neglect to plan a protected method to get house, whether or not by designating a driver amongst your group or calling for an Uber or Lyft.
- Be aware of what you’re placing into your physique. Mixing alcohol with different substances can compound their results in a means which will lead to harm or loss of life. As a reminder: (1) FIU complies with all native, state and federal legal guidelines, together with the minimal consuming age of 21, and (2) the usage of illicit medication and the abuse of alcohol are strictly prohibited on FIU’s campuses, per the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act amendments of 1989.
- If you, a good friend or anybody else shouldn’t be feeling nicely, SEEK HELP. Per the college’s Student Conduct and Honor Code, college students won’t be charged in the event that they search emergency medical help for themselves or one other particular person concerned in an alcohol-related or a drug-related incident, offered that they stick with the particular person in want of assist till emergency providers arrive and so they full the suitable instructional intervention for the incident as decided by FIU Student Conduct and Academic Integrity. Read the full policy.
“We want all those who attend to enjoy themselves and have a wonderful time. Our priority is the safety of all involved. FIU will do our part, but we need you to do yours. In addition to being smart with your personal decisions, we need you to let us know if you see something that looks concerning, or if you see someone who may need assistance,” stated FIU Police Chief Alexander Casas.
FIUPD’s emergency quantity is 305-348-5911 – program it into your cellphone now if in case you have not accomplished so already.
See you at #BassDropUniversity, Panthers!