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    are given we are basically being told that students will find ways to get together if they truly want to, and a case can be made that enforcing such strict rules can make what you are fighting a lot harder to

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    including missing classes, falling behind in classes, and doing poorly on exams and papers, receiving lower grades overall” (Alzheimer Fact Sheet). Of course failing does not necessarily define you, but going to college is not free and trying to get your grades up in a short period of time is not an easy task. “A national survey showed that college students, binge drinkers who consume alcohol at least 3 times per week were roughly 6 times more likely than those who do not binge drink to perform poorly

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    Binge Drinking and You

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    On any given night on a college campus, one may wander into the dungeons of upperclassmen housing to find themselves immersed in an environment resembling an African jungle. Crowds of teenagers huddle around a keg like bison to a watering hole, lines of empty cans mimic the marshes and vines blocking any clear path to the bathroom, and the alpha-male guarding his title at the beer pong table just as a Cougar would protect his leadership. Where does this behavior stem from? Why are commuter students

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    Binge Drinking

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    Binge Drinking We all know what it is like to wake up in the morning, your head is aching, and your body feels like it was hit by a big garbage truck. College students worldwide know this feeling. These are the results of binge drinking. Why do they do it? Binge drinking is defined for men as drinking five or more drinks in a row in the past two weeks, and for women as drinking four r more drinks in a row ( ICAP 1). This has become a great pastime for college students nationwide and a major concern

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    Drinking on College Campuses

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    last until 3 a.m. and drinking beer for the usual breakfast. The week consists of concentrating on school for about 4 days of the week and partying 3 days. The money that was supposed to go towards books and gas to get home has been hoarded for the latest beer run or was used to get into the bar. This trend is getting into the habit of drinking as you enter college; it seems the two go hand in hand. It has become a rite of passage that weaved its way into the introduction of university life

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    Essay On Binge Drinking

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    “Health and behavioral Consequences of Binge Drinking in College: A national Survey of Students at 140 Campuses” already provides what the scientific essay will be about and how credible it is before you even read it, as opposed to the title “Too many Colleges are Still In Denial About Alcohol Abuse” which is an opinion and not a stated fact that colleges are in the emotional state of “denial”. I will attempt to compare these to essays to uncover the difference between the scientific essay and the

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    problem that numerous people participate in. In college, you are often considered “lame” if you don’t participate in the act of drinking, and other harmful activities, when attending a party. Most teenagers, and even adults, think it’s cool and fun to get drunk at parties. Alcohol is usually always involved when attending a party and many teenagers don’t think about the consequences while in action. Baylee Curran’s “Binge Drinking” PSA commercial informs teenagers of the bad consequences that can supervene

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    Binge Drinking Case Study

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    Alcohol related incidents are responsible for 3200 deaths annually and 81000 people are hospitalised annually due to excessive alcohol consumption (lifeeducation, 2016). The term ‘binge drinking’ is refers to drinking heavily over a short period of time with the intention of becoming intoxicated. Binge drinking is a serious behaviour that can change lives dramatically. Quite often people don’t think about the danger their behaviour is doing to themselves and others and more often than not they don’t

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    Sex Advertising

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    In the article, ’Two Ways a Woman Can Get Hurt’: Advertising and Violence” by Jean Kilbourne discusses how advertising has negatively affected women in our society today. Kilbourne uses multiple examples of advertisements through the picture in the book that objectified as well as demoralizes women. An example of this is on a picture of a cartoon male holding a gun to a cartoon female's head (Kilbourne 466). Ironically the brand this advertisement is promoting is “bitch skateboards” and Kilbourne

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    of mine and she convinced me to get something special for Valentine's Day. My husband and I had just started dating then and she suggested that I try something different than the normal items I have and this was where we ended up. I did not feel comfortable in Fredericks of Hollywood and I can still remember feeling very out of place. This was about

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