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Mon, Jan 22, 2018, noon: Narayan Sastry

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Carrot, not stick, for curbing high-intensity drinking on campus?

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"Liberating students from a drinking culture" - Christian Science Monitor. 05/09/2017.

Megan Patrick of the Monitoring the Future study says that college students living on campus have more opportunities to drink than their counterparts. This piece suggests that these 'opportunities' should be countered with positive alternatives to alcohol-fueled activities and prevention efforts rather than punitive after-the-fact actions.

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Megan E. Patrick

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Christian Science Monitor. Liberating students from a drinking culture. 5/9/2017.

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