Alcohol and drugs

Whose House? Colgate's House

Last week, for the second time in four months, a New York judge threw out a lawsuit brought by a group of alumni who sought to block Colgate University from purchasing their fraternity’s house.

Gender and Booze

Research suggests value of designing alcohol programs based on differences in how male and female students drink -- and think.

Anger and Consequences

Amid rape allegations, Duke suspends lacrosse season -- and experts consider lessons and warnings for other colleges.

More Alcohol Problems at Chico

University calls off women's softball season following drinking incident with recruit.

From Bad to Worse at Duke

Court documents reveal ugly new details about lacrosse party, university cancels season and starts several investigations, and coach quits.

Drug Ring Encircles 'Clean' Campus

Snow College is a two-year state college located in the heart of Utah. About 80 percent of its 4,000 students are members of the Church of Jesus Christ Latter Day Saints. As part of their Mormon faith, many eschew the use of drugs, alcohol and even caffeine.

But these religious roots haven’t kept the campus free from drugs, and health experts caution that administrators at religious campuses can’t assume that their students are immune from drug and alcohol abuse.

Giving In at George Washington U.

After professor threatens to sue official, university says it will take stronger steps to deter smoking outside buildings.

Division at RPI

President Shirley Ann Jackson -- a national leader on science -- angers professors and students and barely wins no confidence vote.

Booze Blamed at Duke

Faculty review of lacrosse squad finds no sexism, racism or poor academic performance -- but faults team and university over alcohol.

Jocks Gone Wild?

Web site that posts pictures of alleged hazing incidents prompts some colleges to investigate athletic teams.  


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