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  • To Stop Teen Drinking Parties, Fine The Parents
    NPR December 15, 2014
    When it comes to teenage drinking, the typical venue is a party — where some teens play drinking games and binge. It may surprise you to learn that the majority of parents are aware that alcohol is flowing at these events.
  • Editorial: Stopping the flow of alcohol on campus
    Washington Post December 3, 2014
    On Nov. 22, the University of Virginia hosted its last home football game of the season or, as it has come to be known, “the fourth-year fifth.” It is a reference to the long-standing practice of seniors consuming a fifth of liquor by the game’s kickoff.
  • Why Colleges Haven’t Stopped Binge Drinking
    Chronicle of Higher Education December 2, 2014
    Despite decades of research, hundreds of campus task forces, and millions invested in bold experiments, college drinking remains as much of a problem as ever.
  • 6 Campuses and the Liquor Surrounding Them
    Chronicle of Higher Education December 1, 2014
    While drinking among college students, both underage and over 21, is common on campuses across the country, each institution faces its own set of circumstances.
  • UVA looks at alcohol as factor in sex assaults
    Associated Press November 25, 2014
    A University of Virginia board on Tuesday honed in on alcohol as a contributing factor in sexual assaults on campus, with one member calling for more aggressively enforcing the law banning underage drinking.
  • UAlbany student death not unique
    Albany Times Union November 19, 2014
    Drinking can be dangerous. Binge drinking with others who also are imbibing to excess can be deadly.
  • Opinion: Mishandling Rape
    New York Times November 16, 2014
    OUR strategy for dealing with rape on college campuses has failed abysmally.

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