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California State Universities Environmental Prevention Strategies Significantly Reduce College Drinking-11/23/10 “Community-based, well-publicized environmental interventions can significantly reduce drinking and intoxication at off-campus locations, a multi-year experimental study performed at 14 universities in California found.”

Recent Alcohol-Related Tragedies involving University of California, Merced Students

 
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Hector Hugo Barrera-Barraza, March 16, 2007, University of California, Merced    How and why? Barrera-Barraza's blood-alcohol level was 0.20 at the time of his death, 2˝ times the legal limit for intoxication in California, Sheriff Mark Pazin said Thursday.
 

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