Feeling Like the Undead? Learn Sleeping Habits from Health Service


Janeen Fagbemi

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Georgia Southern University and Health Services are in the Russell Union today with a Walking Dead sleep trivia game.

The goal of the event is to “inform students on how to improve sleep habits,” senior health education and promotion major Marcus Nesbitt said.

If you stop by the sleep awareness table you can spin a colorful wheel and answer a corresponding trivia question. If you answer your question correctly, you can decorate a sleep mask.

“I really like sleep masks. I think it’s a cool reminder to go to bed a little early,” second year graduate public health student Rachel Kiliany said.

The organization is hosting their first Fresh Fruit Friday this week in the Russell Union Commons from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.

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