Kappa Sigma encourages thinking before acting
The Kappa Sigma fraternity at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College hosted what they call "My Brother's Keeper" Tuesday.
It's a program to encourage students to think before they act and not to drink or text and drive.
Students that participate will have to wear "drunk goggles" and try to either walk on a straight line in front of police or drive through a course with a golf cart. Both will prove how dangerous it is to drink and drive.
Moultrie and Tifton police along with the Tift County Sheriff's Office all helped make the event possible.