A Look at Grim Reaper Day

Anna Daytz ’16, one of TAG’s victims on Grim Reaper Day, got a finishing touch of blood alongside a black eye and a pale white face. Daytz had “an amazing experience being a victim,” and she “can’t wait to do it again next year,” she said.

Caroline O'Kane, Staff Writer

Wednesday, May 15, TAG held its annual Grim Reaper Day to warn students about the dangers of drunk driving. TAG hung posters and banners around the school to show the consequences of drunk driving, and they held an assembly with a video of people affected by drunk driving telling their stories.

Many students who weren’t in TAG also volunteered to be victims. These victims were taken out of class at some point during the day, and then TAG made them up with white powder and fake blood to make them appear like victims of drunk driving incidents.

Grim Reaper Day is meant to prevent drunk driving among students.