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Texas A&M in the Press

Texas A&M Drinking is growing problem on campus-1/23/11 Texas A&M students are warned of the risks and downside of binge drinking.
Texas Colleges & Universities Another crazy decision: Allowing handguns on campus-5/12/11 “Now parents who send their kids to Texas colleges and universities can worry about their kids getting shot by friendly fire at alcohol-fueled parties. Guns and alcohol don't mix well, whether it's at the bar down the street or the most elite college campus in Texas.”
 

Recent Alcohol-Related Tragedies involving Texas A&M Students

Pravesh Kumar, May 6, 2007, Texas A&M More Information Two students found in the apartment  complex's swimming pool. Kingsville police have not determined the cause of their deaths, but police Chief Ricardo Torres said Sunday the deaths appeared to be accidental and that evidence indicated both men had been consuming alcohol
Vijay Mahadevan, May 6, 2007, Texas A&M More Information Two students found in the apartment complex's swimming pool. Kingsville police have not determined the cause of their deaths, but police Chief Ricardo Torres said Sunday the deaths appeared to be accidental and that evidence indicated both men had been consuming alcohol
Justin Richard Delval, 21, March 20, 2009, Texas A&M University More Information After drinking heavily while in Florida on spring break, Justin was found dead the following morning
Garrett Luce, 19, November 4, 2012,  Texas A&M More Information Garrett lost his life when he as hit by a train early on a Sunday morning.  Garrett’s blood alcohol content was 0.23 at the time of the accident.
 
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