Alcohol Abuse

Read: Later School Start Times Linked to Decreased Teen Car Crashes

Later School Start Times Linked to Decreased Teen Car Crashes

The American Academy of Sleep Medicine recommends middle schools and high schools start their classes no earlier than 8:30 a.m.

Read: Take the Annual National College Student Bystander Intervention Study

Take the Annual National College Student Bystander Intervention Study

The study seeks to gain a clearer understanding of why students fail to act in bystander situations that warrant intervention, and with this information, develop evidence- and context-based programs that educate and empower students.

Read: New Mexico State Student Shot While Allegedly Being Hazed at Fraternity

New Mexico State Student Shot While Allegedly Being Hazed at Fraternity

The shooting happened at a “non-registered” event in November and has resulted in the fraternity being suspended for hazing.

Read: Constantly Misunderstood and Under Verbal Attack? You Might Be the Problem.

Constantly Misunderstood and Under Verbal Attack? You Might Be the Problem.

By making these common communication mistakes, you could be stoking misunderstanding and conflict.

Read: GW Policy Changes Result in 50% Fewer Liquor Law Violations

GW Policy Changes Result in 50% Fewer Liquor Law Violations

Police citations dropped by more than 50% due to the school’s more lenient alcohol policy.

Read: 3 Former Frat Brothers Sentenced to Jail in Penn State Hazing Death

3 Former Frat Brothers Sentenced to Jail in Penn State Hazing Death

The three ex-fraternity brothers are the first defendants to receive jail time for their roles related to the death of Timothy Piazza in 2017.

Read: 2 School Bus Drivers Charged with DUIs in N.D. and N.J.

2 School Bus Drivers Charged with DUIs in N.D. and N.J.

A North Dakota bus driver has been charged with drinking and driving while a New Jersey bus driver crashed following an overdose.

Read: National Organization Governing Fraternities Bans Alcohol

National Organization Governing Fraternities Bans Alcohol

The NIC has banned fraternities from serving hard alcohol at chapter events in an effort to reduce alcohol abuse and hazing tragedies.

Read: Harris County’s Recovery School Will Help Students With Addiction

Harris County’s Recovery School Will Help Students With Addiction

Harris County will open its first recovery high school, which will take in students who have fallen victim to substance abuse.

Read: How to Shatter the Myths about Drugs and Alcohol

How to Shatter the Myths about Drugs and Alcohol

National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week is Jan. 22-28, and your school, college or hospital can participate. Here’s how to set up, promote and host your event.

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