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When colleges ban hard liquor, even for students over 21, does drinking behavior change? Or is it just forced off campus?
Recent arrests at Wesleyan following Molly overdoses raise questions of why drug arrests are so rare at small private colleges -- but common elsewhere.
Charges follow hospitalizations of 12 after use of club drug Molly. University immediately suspends those who were arrested.
Wesleyan's president warns students to steer clear of the party drug and to turn in who is dealing it on campus, but this weekend's hospitalizations were not the first for the university.
At least eight freshmen at U.S. universities have died so far this year. How can colleges help alter the behaviors of students they're only just starting to know?
Colleges and Kraft Foods say that new university-themed Jell-O molds are meant to be used to create tasty tailgate treats. But some worry they're an invitation to binge drink.
Facing overdoses and regional scourges, campuses start to see that substance abuse problems don’t just revolve around alcohol and marijuana.
Students who binge drink during college have significantly worse critical thinking skills than non-bingers upon graduation -- but only if they started college with comparatively low skills, study says.
More colleges want to be able to fine students who violate conduct codes. But how they go about it, and the impact of the policies, varies.
One sophomore is in critical condition.
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