On Oct. 5, Councilmember Kate Harrison held a town hall meeting on a pressing topic: What can the city of Berkeley do to reduce troublesome drinking in Downtown Berkeley, which she defined as public drinking by homeless people and access to alcohol by underaged students from Berkeley High.
AMES, Iowa- The Iowa Board of Regents has sponsored a Campus Security and Safety Summit on the Campus of Iowa State University.
On Tuesday, UNLV's William S. Boyd School of Law will play host to a critical hearing of the Nevada State Supreme Court that is expected to clarify some of the regulations around Nevada's burgeoning recreational cannabis industry.
NORTH CAROLINA - Consent is complicated and contingent on many factors. One major factor that determines the ability to give consent is a person's level of inebriation.
UTAH - To binge is to cram an excessive amount of something into a short amount of time — common with Netflix, but potentially deadly with alcohol.
When sophomore Sienna Newton goes out with friends, she likes to drink. The psychology and strategic and corporate communication major said she drinks about once a week with her friends, and can consume about six drinks in one night.
Bringing football back to ETSU has brought along a few other changes. Tailgating is taking place on campus, and more students are leaving the suitcase unpacked to stay for the games and recreation campus has to offer.
AMERICAN FRIENDS OF TEL AVIV UNIVERSITY - Heavy drinking six times a month reduces the probability that a new college graduate will land a job by 10 percent, according to Tel Aviv University and Cornell University research published in the Journal of Applied Psychology.
BETHLEHEM, Pennsylvania - After back-to-back weekends of wild college parties near Lehigh University, Bethlehem is dusting off a 17-year-old ordinance that could lead to the eviction of problem tenants to avert alcohol-fueled tragedies that have befallen other college towns.
Anyone who works with fraternities eventually realizes how much their success depends on the decision making of undergraduates. When students make poor choices that lead to alcohol abuse or destructive hazing, there is pressure on us to