[rescue] RE: Small schools...
rescue at sunhelp.org
Tue Jun 19 06:38:27 CDT 2001
Well, when the drinking age is 21, and the average student enters school
when they are 18, that they allowed any acohol on campus was very, um,
permissive. More permissive than my parents would have been at the time. You
know, the law, liability, etc. At the same time I "suffered" under this
treatment, "frat bots" were drinking themselves into stupors that caused
them to think that they could jump off a third-story balcony and not get
hurt (they were) and some "party girls" to drink themselves into comas from
Do you really need more than six beers in your dorm fridge at any one time?
Do you really need a well-stocked bar in your dorm room?
I thought you were there to study...
This was really a policy that was only actively enforced when there were
other problems - the campus security didn't do suprise inspections...
I really didn't mind at all, few else did at the time (1985 era).
----- Original Message -----
From: "David Cantrell" <david at cantrell.org.uk>
To: <rescue at sunhelp.org>
Sent: Tuesday, June 19, 2001 7:09 AM
Subject: [rescue] RE: Small schools...
> Ken Hansen <Ken.Hansen at ICTI-USA.com> wrote:
> > Oh, and the liquor policy was very reasonable - each student could have
> > *either* one bottle of hard liquor (a fifth) or one six pack of beer in
> > their room, that's it - and frats were *allowed* to get (something like)
> > 20 kegs for the *year*, only 2 or 3 for each social function.
> That's REASONABLE?!?!?! Sounds more like "students shall be treated like
> little babies". When I was in university accomodation, the policy was
> "do what the hell you like provided you don't annoy the neighbours".
> Still don't understand this 'frat' stuff. Or anything else about .us
> universities either come to think of it.
> David Cantrell | david at cantrell.org.uk | http://www.cantrell.org.uk/david/
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