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North Carolina State University in the Press

North Carolina State University Is a ban on hard alcohol in colleges effective?-2/1/15 Without breaking the underage drinking law, students are free to drink, but the flip side of this freedom should be personal responsibility and awareness of the risk of becoming a victim or a suspect.”
North Carolina State University Don't ban Greek life-11/20/14 Student view---“ I agree with Nelson’s assertion that banning Greek organizations won’t end “sexual assault, drinking or partying on campus.” So what can we do? I have one suggestion: lower the drinking age.”
 

Recent Alcohol-Related Tragedies involving North Carolina State University Students

Mark Brandon Davis, October 7, 2005, North Carolina State University How and why? Unattended smoking material set a chair on fire in an off-campus duplex rented by the Sigma Alpha Mu fraternity, according to the fire report. Davis had been drinking and had a blood-alcohol level of .110.
Cody Pilkington, October 7, 2005, North Carolina State University How and why? Unattended smoking material set a chair on fire in an off-campus duplex rented by the Sigma Alpha Mu fraternity, according to the fire report. The fire stated at the time a party was ongoing in the building.
 
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