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LANSING, MICH.--A new approach to curbing drinking among college students at Michigan State University has yielded promising results in the past three years. It says 25% of the beverages served at campus parties must be nonalcoholic.
Although campus police rate alcohol a greater problem than drugs at the university, Michigan State has no greater student alcohol problem than other campuses. Of all... Login to read more
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