[rescue] RE: Small schools...

Chad A. Chance rescue at sunhelp.org
Tue Jun 19 07:52:49 CDT 2001

Actually that's quite insane compared to the schools I've been to who all
had a strict NO alchohol on campus and don't even think about showing up
with it on your breath policy. Maybe that's why it has taken me 10 years to
get through my freshman year...


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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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