Wellness Center offers Sunscreen Hunt's fifth clue
From the Wellness Center
The Wellness Center concludes Sun Safety Week with Sunscreen Safety Hunt's Clue No. 5, the final clue, and the daily Sun Safety Quiz.
The Sun Safety Sunscreen Hunt is open to all current St. Thomas students. The rules are similar to those of other on-campus treasure hunts: The sunscreen will be hidden on the St. Paul campus; a new clue will be published each weekday in Bulletin Today; and you do not need to tip, dismantle, mangle, uproot or otherwise wreck anything to find the treasure.
Please be kind to the campus during your hunt. To win, find the sunscreen and return it to the Wellness Center in the lower level of Koch Commons. The winner will receive a $50 gift certificate to the UST Bookstore.
The daily Sun Safety Quiz questions also will appear in Bulletin Today and on the Wellness Center Web site. The questions will relate to sun safety.
E-mail the Wellness Center or drop off answers at the Wellness Center (lower level, Koch Commons). The person with the most correct answers for the week (total of five questions), will win a gift certificate for $25 to the Bookstore.
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Friday, May 15
Sunscreen hunt Clue No. 5:
Sun safety is the aim of this game.
After all, Health is in our name.
A person’s risk for melanoma doubles if he or she has been sun burnt how many times within their life?
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Thursday, May 14
Sunscreen hunt Clue No. 4:
If you are still trying to find someplace shady, have you tried looking near Brady?
How much sunscreen do you need to apply to ensure you get the full SPF?
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Wednesday, May 13
Sunscreen hunt Clue No. 3:
Break out your sandals but be careful where you walk.
It wouldn’t be much fun if you stepped on a rock.
Skin cancer accounts for more than what percentage of all cancers combined?
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Tuesday, May 12
Sunscreen hunt Clue No. 2:
Go outside and enjoy the fresh air.
Look in, around and under if you dare.
What are the ABCDs of skin cancer?
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Monday, May 11
Sunscreen hunt Clue No. 1:
Are you ready for some fun?
It is time to learn about safety in the sun.
Let your compass be your guide,
But don’t forget to wear sunscreen outside.
Each hour, how many Americans die from skin cancer?