RULES

  • All challenges require the submission of the Points Google Form

  • Challenge specific additional rules and requirements are detailed in the descriptions

100

ATTEND AN EVENT

100

MAKE A MOCKTAIL

Description: 

  • Create an ORIGINAL single serving Non-Alcoholic Mixed Drink as a chapter. This challenge must be completed by May 13th at 10a to participate in the contest on May 13th.

Requirements: 

  • At least 5 members participate in the drink creation.

  • No alcoholic ingredients

  • Not made as a "batch" and distributed, but created as a single serving (think like ordering a drink at a bar)  

  • NOTE: If you choose to enter the contest, the college will provide basic sodas, fruit, and a selection of non alcoholic spirits (Seedlip Grove 42 Citrus, Ritual Rum Alternative, Lyre Agave Blanco Spirits). If you elect to include other items in your drink, you will have to provide these yourself at the contest.

Submit:

  • Google Form

  • A picture of the drink making process featuring all participants

  • A list of ingredients 

100

Description: 

Requirements:

  • Bring your student ID to swipe in! 

  • Other requirements such as group size and composition are detailed in the About section of each event

Submit:

  • Google Form

  • Reflection Questions 

    • What event did you attend?

    • How did the event shift focus away from substance misuse towards other forms of community bonding? 

    • What is one observation you made about yourself or Dartmouth culture/social scene as a result of this event? 

Description: 

Requirements:

  • Well thought out, adheres to Dartmouth regulations regarding safety and risk reduction, enhances the wellbeing of the Dartmouth community

Submit:

  • Google Form

  • Survey

    • Select (“Looking for partnerships for a specific idea”)

    • Submission form will ask: title, brief description, intended audience, number of people you hope to engage, collaborators, how does your idea improve wellbeing in the Dartmouth community?

Description: 

  • Find a speaker you would like to bring to your Chapter.

Requirements:

  • Speaker relates in some way to your Chapter values. Clear justification for why bringing this speaker to your Chapter would benefit your community. 

Submit:

  • Google Form

  • PDF Write Up including:

    • LOGISTICS

      • Speaker name

      • Estimated cost

      • Potential dates

      • Potential location 

      • Other logistics (whether food or drinks are present, how to encourage chapter members to attend, etc)

    • REFLECTION

      • Why your chapter is interested in this Speaker

      • How the Speaker connects to your chapter values

MOCKTAIL CONTEST

Description:

  • Submit your drink by May 13th 10am and table at the Mocktail Contest on 10p May 13th. Must complete “Mocktail Challenge” to qualify. Drinks will be judged on presentation, taste, and popularity. 1st place overall will receive 300 points. The prize for the fan favorite winner is a surprise that will be revealed at the event. 

Requirements:

  • Register at least 1 member to run a table at the Mocktail Contest on May 13th from 10p-11p. This involves preparing your drink for the judge and helping other students make your drink. At least 1 member must be present for the entire event to qualify.

Submit by May 13th: 

  • Google Form

  • The recipe, including the name 

  • A picture of the drink to judge on presentations

  • Names and Contact information of the individuals who will run your table during the event. 

100

EVENT PLANNING

100

SPEAKER EVENT

100

300

EDUCATION EVENT

300

GREEK LATE NIGHT

300

LEADERSHIP DILEMMAS

300

Description: 

  • The sophomores in your chapter plan a 22X social event.  

Requirements:

  • At least 1 Social and 3 other sophomores involved in the event planning

  • Event meets risk reduction and safety standards

  • Event is creative, fun, and does not center around alcohol 

Submit:

  • Google Form

  • PDF Write Up including:

    • Social and other sophomores' names:

    • LOGISTICS

      • Description of event 

      • Cost of event (and if relevant, how that cost is split across your chapters)

      • Participants (closed or open event?)

      • Supplies 

      • Potential Date

      • How to Advertise

      • Other necessary logistics such as third parties that must be contacted

      • Names of all planners and contact information

    • REFLECTION

      • How does this event shift focus away from binge drinking and towards other fun forms of community bonding? 

      • How does this event reflect your organization’s values?

      • What are you most excited about for this event?

      • Why do you think this event will be successful?

SOCIAL EVENT

300

PHILANTHROPY EVENT

300

Description: 

  • The sophomores in your chapter plan a 22X philanthropy event.   

Requirements:

  • At least 1 Phil Chair/exec and 3 other sophomores involved in the event planning

  • Event meets risk reduction and safety standards

  • Event is creative, fun, and does not center around alcohol 

Submit:

  • Google Form

  • PDF Write Up including:

    • LOGISTICS

      • Org you are working with or fundraising for

      • Description of event or fundraiser 

      • Cost of event (and if relevant, how that cost is split across your chapters)

      • Participants 

      • Supplies 

      • Potential Date

      • How to Advertise

      • Other necessary logistics such as third parties that must be contacted and their contact info or how money will be collected

      • Names of all planners and contact information

      • How much money do you hope to raise? (if fundraiser)

    • REFLECTION

      • How does this Organization relate to your chapter values? 

      • How does your event/fundraiser embody the values of your chapter and partner org?

      • What are you most excited about for this event?

      • Why do you think this event will be successful?

Description: 

  • The sophomores in your chapter plan a 22X Education event.  

Requirements:

  • At least 1 Exec and 3 other sophomores involved in the event planning

  • Event meets risk reduction and safety standards

  • Event is creative, fun, and does not center around alcohol 

Submit:

  • Google Form

  • PDF Write Up including:

    • LOGISTICS

      • Description of the topic of your event 

      • Cost of event 

      • Participants

      • Supplies 

      • Potential Date

      • How to Advertise

      • Relevant third parties to contact + their contact info

      • Other necessary logistics 

      • Names of all planners and contact information​

    • REFLECTION

      • How does Education around this topic relate to your chapter values?

      • Sophomore Summer marks an important time for affiliated students. For the first time, new members are in charge of stewarding their space and holding roles of responsibility and leadership. How does this education event further your class's goals for your chapter? 

      • How does your event/fundraiser embody the values of your chapter and partner org?

      • What are you most excited about for this event?

      • Why do you think this event will be successful?

Description:  

  • How can values- personal and organizational- help inform your decision making as an emerging leader? This workshop allows you to reflect on ways to create a culture that is welcoming to all members and supportive of the goals and values of your organization. We will discuss “real-life" leadership dilemmas that Dartmouth students may face and offer an opportunity to fine-tune practices and activities within your group.

  • NOTE: the Leadership Dilemmas Workshop is REQUIRED of all chapters. If you are not able to sign up for one of the sessions offered during IVY Week, your chapter still must attend one by the 3rd week of Fall term.

 

Requirements:

  • Register at the above link

  • 1 NME + 1 sophomore,1 junior, and 1 senior (total of 4 members) attends

Submit:

  • Google Form

FUTURE BYOD EVENT

300

Description: 

  • Design a Bring Your Own Drink event your chapter could host in future Greenkeys  

Requirements:

  • At least one Social Chair, one Risk Chair, and one Other Exec participate in the planning and reflection

  • Set up a consultation with the student wellness center and AMP to discuss the feasibility of your plan. 

Submit:

  • Google Form

  • PDF Write Up including:

    • LOGISTICS

      • Description of event

      • Description of the BYOD structure and logistics: Check out this example for inspiration 

    • REFLECTION

      • What is an anticipated challenge of hosting this kind of event?

      • What are some of the benefits of BYOD events? Drawbacks?

Description:

  • Help fill the late night food desert by hosting a food-only event.

Requirements

  • Food must be offered for at least an hour sometime from 11p-2a

  • Alcohol CANNOT be not served during your food event

  • Have a gluten free option and vegetarian option

Submit    

  • Receipt of the food purchased

  • Advertisement for the event (listserv email, poster, etc)

  • Photo of event           

  • PDF Write Up including:

    • ​How did the event promote community bonding and safer substance use? 

    • What is one observation you made about yourself or Dartmouth culture/social scene as a result of this event? 
       

CHAPTER VALUES

300

Description: 

  • In place of normal Wednesday meetings activities, discuss your chapter values, mission statement, and how you can bring those to life through your activities. Write up a draft of your values and take a picture of the members participating in the activity.

    ***If you would like advice or help facilitating this discussion, feel free to reach out to the Student Wellness Center or Greek Leadership Council!

Requirements:

  • at least half of your chapters attends the event

  • event is held IN PLACE of normal Wednesday night meetings

Submit:

  • Photo of event 

  • PDF of mission statement/values +

    • Why did you join your chapter? 

    • Why do you stay affiliated with your chapter?

    • In ten years, what do you want your chapter to be known for?
       

500

BASEMENT REDESIGN

500

ALC TIME LIMIT

500

Description: 

  • Limit the time alcohol is served in your chapter (including to members!) to 2 hours. Outside of these two hours, do not serve alcohol to members or non members and do not allow outside drinks into your chapter. 

  • The goal of this challenge is to leverage your chapter's physical plant as a place to hang out and socialize independent of the presence of alcohol. Chapters are welcome to pair this challenge with the LATE NIGHT FOOD CHALLENGE. 

  • Reminder: in order to receive credit for this challenge, no alcohol may be consumed in any of your chapters hosting spaces. This includes chapter alcohol, personal alcohol, or alcohol brought in by a member or guest. Your chapter is functionally dry for the evening outside of your two hour window. 

Requirements:

  • Register your event through AMP 

  • Advertise your event and serving window to campus (with an emphasis on being open outside of this window for activities and mingling)

  • Write up from at least 4 members who hung out in the house while you were no longer serving alcohol​ (ONE PDF, roughly a page per person)

Submit:

  • PDF Write Up

    • LOGISTICS

      • Date of event

    • REFLECTION:

      • What was difficult about this challenge?

      • What was rewarding? 

      • How would Dartmouth culture be impacted if chapters limited the amount of alcohol they circulate in the community?

      • How would your chapter be impacted if it limited its alcohol budget? 

      • What is one other non-traditional (to Dartmouth) event structure your chapter could try to tackle substance misuse and encourage healthier habits?

Description: 

  • Brainstorm a structural revision to your chapter that makes it less conducive to drinking games and more conducive to hosting other kinds of social events. The winner will be contacted to discuss the potential of Dartmouth helping organize and fund the redesign. ​

 

Requirements:

  • At least four members (one from each grade + one exec) must participate in the planning.

Submit:

  • PDF Write up

    • 4 members names and contact info

    • Explain the redesign's goals

    • (optional) a drawing of the redesign suggestions. 

DRINK COUNTING

500

Description: 

Add drink counting wristbands to an AMP event your chapter is hosting. Your normal AMP wristbands will be replaced with drink counting wristbands. These wristbands include drink counting tabs tabs; rip off a tab each time you give an individual a drink. Do not serve drinks after all tabs are removed. 

 

Requirements:

  • Register your event through AMP 

  • Advertise your event to campus 

  • Pick up wristbands from Collis

  • Write up from each member on door, bar, and sober duty during the event (ONE PDF, roughly a page a person)

Submit:

  • PDF Write Up 

    • LOGISTICS

      • Date of event

      • Flyer/email used for advertising

    • REFLECTION:

      • What was challenging about this drink counting system?

      • What was rewarding? 

      • How would Dartmouth culture be impacted if chapters enforced a drink limit?

      • How would your chapter be impacted if it enforced a drink limit? 

      • What do you think your chapter's role is in addressing substance use and misuse culture on campus?

SNACKS

500

Description: 

  • Serve snacks for the duration that you offer alcohol. This includes when your chapter is "open" but not necessarily registered as an AMP event. This challenge is meant to encourage safer drinking habits. Providing your guests with snacks alongside alcohol is a good way to encourage individuals to keep food in their system while they drink.

 

Requirements:

  • Provide AMPLE light fare for your guests.

    • If at any point a guest is able to get ahold of alcohol but they cannot get ahold of food, no points will be awarded for this challenge. 

  • Write up from at least one member​

Submit:

  • PDF Write Up 

    • LOGISTICS

      • Date of event

      • Flyer/email used for advertising

      • Receipt of food purchase

    • REFLECTION:

      • Does your chapter usually provide food alongside alcohol? Why or why not? 

      • What are the challenges of providing food alongside alcohol in your chapter?

      • What are the benefits?