Alcohol Enforcement

Read: Bowling Green State Permanently Bans Pi Kappa Alpha Due to Hazing Death

Bowling Green State Permanently Bans Pi Kappa Alpha Due to Hazing Death

The expulsion comes a little more than a month after Stone Foltz died after an alleged alcohol-fueled hazing incident involving Pi Kappa Alpha.

Read: CSUSD Neighbors Complain About Out-of-Control Off-Campus Parties

CSUSD Neighbors Complain About Out-of-Control Off-Campus Parties

Since January, CSUSD hasn’t suspended any students but has contacted 215 of them about violating the school’s coronavirus policies.

Read: Police Break Up Massive Party Near CU Boulder Campus

Police Break Up Massive Party Near CU Boulder Campus

Authorities estimate that nearly 800 people attended the CU Boulder party. Responding officers were injured and vehicles were damaged.

Read: LSU Student Charged After Fraternity Pledge Placed on Life Support

LSU Student Charged After Fraternity Pledge Placed on Life Support

When the student was brought to the hospital, he was foaming at the mouth and had a blood alcohol content of .451.

Read: NIAAA’s CollegeAIM Program Helps with Planning Alcohol Interventions

NIAAA’s CollegeAIM Program Helps with Planning Alcohol Interventions

CollegeAIM helps colleges and universities address harmful and underage drinking among students by identifying effective alcohol interventions.

Read: House Party Forces Massachusetts High School to Switch to Distance Learning

House Party Forces Massachusetts High School to Switch to Distance Learning

The party was attended by 50-60 students, many of whom weren’t wearing face coverings or practicing physical distancing.

Read: University of Kentucky Fires Its Cheerleading Coaches

University of Kentucky Fires Its Cheerleading Coaches

An investigation of the school’s cheerleaders uncovered hazing, alcohol abuse and inappropriate conduct at off-campus events.

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: 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: How to Spot a Fake ID

How to Spot a Fake ID

Catch a fake ID by using the F.L.A.G. system.

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