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University of New Mexico


University of New Mexico in the Press

University of New Mexico Freshmen explore safety and risk during New Student Orientation-8/7/15 "The alcohol presentation treats you like an adult and teaches you how to drink responsibly,” said ______, one of the NSO leaders. “It doesn’t bash you for drinking. It teaches you how to be responsible and cautious.””
University of New Mexico Alcohol allowed in new Lobo Village-7/5/11 Of-aged students allowed to drink alcohol in newly constructed dorms.
University of New Mexico Keep Booze in Bars, Not at The Pit-4/26/11 “As with everywhere else in the U.S., underage drinking is a huge problem in N.M. Thirty percent of New Mexico teens report having had their first drink before age 13.”
University of New Mexico Parent notification policies for underage drinking evolve “In the past five years, several schools have joined the movement, including the University of Georgia in 2006 and the University of New Mexico in 2007.”

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