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  • Debate brewing at UMD over game day alcohol sales
    Baltimore Sun April 21, 2015
    University of Maryland student Patrick Ronk knows it sounds counterintuitive — even a little "scary"— to permit beer and wine sales at Terps athletic events to curb the binge drinking climate associated with college game days.
  • Teens Who Watch Boozy Movies Are More Likely to Drink, Study Finds
    TIME April 13, 2015
    A new study from the journal Pediatrics found that 15-year-olds who have watched more alcohol being consumed in films than their peers are more likely to have tried alcohol, more likely to binge drink and more likely to have alcohol-related problems.
  • Ban alcohol? How to deal with fraternity misconduct
    USA TODAY April 6, 2015
    The Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism issued a report Sunday on the editorial breakdown at Rolling Stone magazine about an article involving a woman who said she had been gang-raped at the University of Virginia.
  • Op-Ed: What parents teach kids about drinking
    Washington Post April 3, 2015
    Wine is an elegant gift on multiple levels, most importantly because it allows aficionados to say they don’t really drink, they “just drink wine.”
  • North Carolina: Alcohol Banned at Fraternity Events
    Associated Press March 20, 2015
    North Carolina State University said Friday that it was temporarily banning alcohol at social events for most fraternities after two chapters were suspended, one of them amid drug and sexual assault allegations.

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