The Choices We Made
Tuesday, April 8, 2014
9:00pm – 10:00pm EST
SCA 100
Office of Campus Life Campus Center 1419 Salt Springs Road , Syracuse, New 13214, United States
Event Details
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KMsogMDQVSc

At a glance Danielle Pitcher may seem like any recent college graduate, unfortunately Danielle made one decision during her third year of college, and the repercussions of that decision now distinguish her from not only her peers, but from any crowd.

On Saturday, January 22, 2011 Danielle chose to get behind the wheel of her car after having had consumed alcohol with friends. Danielle did not simply get caught drinking and driving, she crashed head on into an experience that was completely avoidable. Because of that one decision to drive after drinking, a series of unavoidable events were set into motion. Danielle was the cause of a car accident involving six people, herself included. One of her closest friends died as a result from injuries suffered in the accident. Danielle was brought up on criminal charges, and later pled guilty to vehicular manslaughter in the second degree and sentenced in criminal court. One decision completely derailed and rerouted Danielle’s life, and impacted a web of people connected to her.

In her 90-minute presentation, Danielle will share her personal and powerful story, and emphasize the ways in which the choices we make impact our lives. No matter how miniscule a decision may seem, there is always a “domino effect” of events that occur as a result of that decision. It is hoped that students will walk away understanding that by simply being aware of the possible outcomes of any decision, and acknowledging potential consequences, they can not only make responsible decisions, but also potentially lead a safer and healthier life.
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SCA 100, Office of Campus Life Campus Center 1419 Salt Springs Road , Syracuse, New 13214, United States

Tuesday, April 8, 2014, 9:00pm – 10:00pm

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