LEWISTON, Idaho - (AP) - Officials at University of Idaho, Boise State University and Idaho State University will ask the State Board of Education for permission to allow alcohol sales at home football games this year.
Pennsylvania State University has agreed to reform how it handles its fraternities and sororities after the hazing death of a student, Timothy Piazza, at a frat party, the university leaders announced last Friday.
BELLEFONTE, Pa. — Eighteen Penn State fraternity brothers have been charged with crimes ranging up to involuntary manslaughter in the death of a pledge who authorities say repeatedly fell down a flight of stairs after he and others were made to run a gantlet of drinking stations guzzling vodka, beer and wine
Binge drinking is an issue on college campuses, especially before sporting events. Some schools are looking toward selling alcohol themselves to control the problem.
While the budget bills filed in the Louisiana Legislature tend to grab the headlines, often it's other bills that are the most interesting.
Sororities must keep their houses alcohol-free, a far cry from the rules regulating fraternities. But not all sorority members think this needs to changed.
In an attempt to reduce alcohol abuse among students, Kent State University Health Services hosted its 17th annual alcohol screenings for National Alcohol Screening Day.
This issue, The Miami Student published a special section on the drinking culture at Miami University, ranging from an analysis of the numbers behind drinking at Miami to a column from the Butler County Coroner who had the task of investigating the death of a Miami student due to alcohol consumption at the beginning of this semester.
Six months after the university updated its alcohol policy to include a ban on large containers of hard liquor in student residences and prohibited hard alcohol at undergraduate parties, there has been an encouraging decline in the number of students needing alcohol-related emergency medical aid or receiving police citations for alcohol offenses, according to statistics from fall and winter quarters.