Colleges have long had to walk a delicate line with drinking. The majority of American undergraduate students will spend over half their education not being allowed to drink legally, a distinction that became standardized in 1984 when the National Minimum Drinking Age Act effectively made 21 the legal age for consumption of alcohol nationwide.
When Ohio State announced its stadium-wide beer sales for the 2016 football season, its effect on alcohol-related incidents on gameday was a question.
Several universities have made decisions in recent years to allow beer sales at games. Joining the list this year is Ohio University, whose first home game is this weekend (September 2).
THE CONVERSATION) In the 40 years since publishing my first research on hazing in collegiate groups, I've often been reminded of the adage that every good thing is accompanied by trouble.
There are lots of licensed Griz products, from clothing to ice cream, but now, for the first time ever, the University of Montana is licensing a beer, which will be brewed by Big Sky Brewing Company out of Missoula.
KEARNEY — Whether it's a story about binge drinking injuries or cases of drunken sexual assault, much of the news about fraternities and sororities seems to stem from issues with alcohol abuse on college campuses.
VERMONT - UVM was one of three universities to receive recognition for its efforts to reduce high risk drinking and substance abuse on campus.
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — University of Arkansas doesn't plan on selling alcohol at intercollegiate sporting events despite state-issued alcohol permits taking effect.
We've seen too many deaths related to dangerous drinking and hazing on campuses across the country.
Canadian Postsecondary Education Partnership — Alcohol Harms launches with mandate to reduce alcohol-related harms on campus
OTTAWA, June 14, 2017 /CNW/ - The Postsecondary Education Partnership — Alcohol Harms (PEP—AH) launched today with a strong commitment to taking steps to address collectively alcohol-related harms on Canadian campuses.