Oct
18
2011

With Alcohol Awareness Week upon us, a concern by many individuals who wish to be involved revolves around a feeling of being all alone.

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Oct
17
2011

As presidents, we hardly need to be reminded of the dangers of overconsumption of alcohol by students.

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Oct
16
2011

As a part of National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week, we will be posting thoughts from leaders in binge drinking research and prevention.

To start things off, we're thrilled to present an essay by Dr. Hugh Gusterson, Professor of Anthropology and Sociology at George Mason University, and a project director of  Understanding Teen Drinking Cultures in America His most recent book is The Insecure American.

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Oct
13
2011

We had the pleasure to attend the Lets Move in School stakeholder meeting yesterday, at our partner NA

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Oct
13
2011

The Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility commends MADD’s increased focus on drug impaired driving and proactive work to serve victims of drugged driving crashes. While alcohol-impaired traffic deaths have declined to the lowest levels on record, drugged driving has emerged as a growing problem in dire need of definition, research and solutions. While drunk driving remains a top priority, a national effort to prevent drugged driving is long overdue. We commend the Office of National Drug Control Policy and the Department of Transportation leadership on their goal of reducing drugged driving in the United States 10% by the year 2015.

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