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Darty Season Bittersweet For Day-Drinking Alcoholic

May 15, 2017 12:00 pmComments Off on Darty Season Bittersweet For Day-Drinking Alcoholic
Darty Season Bittersweet For Day-Drinking Alcoholic

The day party. A darty, if you will. With weather warming up and spring quarter in full swing, darty season is upon us. And it couldn’t have come soon enough for the budding alcoholics of Stanford University. “Honestly it’s great. Instead of having to drink alone in my room in the […]

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As Cinco de Mayo Approaches, Greek Students Fear Appropriation of Casual Alcoholism

May 4, 2015 12:00 pmComments Off on As Cinco de Mayo Approaches, Greek Students Fear Appropriation of Casual Alcoholism
As Cinco de Mayo Approaches, Greek Students Fear Appropriation of Casual Alcoholism

While Cinco de Mayo has long served as a celebration of Mexican heritage, students involved in Greek life voiced fears this week that the holiday could unintentionally belittle some of their most closely held cultural practices, including casual alcoholism. “I saw a kid last year walking down the street with […]

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OAPE Admits that Alcohol has Won

April 15, 2013 12:02 pmComments Off on OAPE Admits that Alcohol has Won
OAPE Admits that Alcohol has Won

The Stanford Office of Alcohol Policy and Education released a press statement last Thursday declaring that the battle to convince students to adopt healthy and informed drinking habits has ended, with alcohol as the clear victor. Citing everything from ubiquitous undergrad binge-drinking to the insultingly high number of drunken people […]

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