Alcohol Enforcement

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.

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: Sexual Assault Case Highlights BYU Honor Code Amnesty Loophole

Sexual Assault Case Highlights BYU Honor Code Amnesty Loophole

Critics of Mormon-owned colleges honor code amnesty policies say they don’t go far enough because they don’t cover ecclesiastical endorsements.

Read: Changing Game Day Culture: How Ohio State Reformed Its Fans

Changing Game Day Culture: How Ohio State Reformed Its Fans

Enforcing alcohol laws, implementing effective celebration management strategies and encouraging good sportsmanship help Ohio State prevent post-game riots and foster good fan behavior.

Read: 5 Former FSU Fraternity Members Take Plea Deals in Hazing Death

5 Former FSU Fraternity Members Take Plea Deals in Hazing Death

Five of the nine men facing charges in connection with the hazing death of Andrew Coffey have accepted plea deals which all include jail time.

Read: UCLA Fraternities Ban Alcohol at In-House Events

UCLA Fraternities Ban Alcohol at In-House Events

The school’s Interfraternity Council unanimously voted for the ban just days after a student, who is a fraternity member, was arrested for sexual assault.

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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