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  • New Campus-Safety Assessment Tool Aims to Help Colleges Help Themselves
    Chronicle of Higher Education August 14, 2015
    A new campus-safety tool for colleges is being touted by some administrators and experts as a unique strategy for helping every higher-education institution understand and carry out best practices on issues like alcohol, hazing, and sexual violence.
  • Blackout drunk: More common than you think
    CNN August 7, 2015
    "They're very common, frighteningly so," especially among college students who drink alcohol, said Aaron White, PhD, senior adviser to the director of the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, and one of the country's leading experts on blackouts.
  • America Needs a Sober Drinking Policy
    Economics21 July 27, 2015
    Upon turning 18, Americans are granted a myriad of legal rights and privileges. Aside from various state exceptions, 18-year olds are able to enlist in the army, participate in the political process, and legally enter into binding contracts.

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