Winter 1999
Alcohol use has long been a reality of college life for many students. But with the incidence and the consequences of student alcohol abuse on the rise, a number of institutions are taking steps to address the issue. On the strength of a major grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, The University of Vermont is poised to become a national leader among universities working to teach
responsible attitudes toward alcohol.
By Tim Brookes and
Kenneth Schexnayder
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