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Kansas State University in the Press

Kansas State University Everything you should know about binge drinking-10/23/14 “The program doesn’t tell students to not drink, but rather gives people the information and educational tools to see the consequences of drinking too much, the signs of alcohol poisoning and other related effects involving drinking.”
Kansas students Editorial: Excessive drinking hurts academic success-8/28/11 “But for students under age (and even those of age), the warm, booze-filled weekend is often abused. New students especially need to be careful while celebrating their new-found freedom from parental oversight. Because if they aren’t, they could find themselves out of college entirely.”
 

Recent Alcohol-Related Tragedies involving Kansas State University Students

Bradley Murray, 25, October 8, 2010, Kansas State University How and why? Bradley was last seen by friends around 12:50 a.m. on Oct. 8, outside of a sports bar. He was found around 1:30 a.m. on a  nearby street and brought to a health center with a head injury.  Bradley lost his life four days later.  Further investigation determined that he suffered the injuries from a fall.  Bradley had a blood alcohol content level of .262.
Meghan Will, 23, August 29, 2010, Kansas State How and why? Meghan lost her life when as the car in which she was riding crashed.   The 25 year old nonstudent driver was convicted of driving while intoxicated.
 
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