Monthly Archives: February 2017

Drinking to Blackout … not always the same as binge drinking – are teens learning through trial and error

One student mentions an exploit from her bygone freshman year. “I remember – well, I don’t remember it, but I was told about it – there was this one night I blacked out and then got pushed out of taxi. My friends just left me lying in the road Uptown. I woke up with gashes down both my legs and called them demanding to know how it had happened.” Continue reading

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The tragic story: College freshman, 18, found dead from alcohol poisoning in dorm room after a night of binge-drinking on Jan. 20

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18-year-old Ohio college freshman had consumed large quantities of champagne and vodka with friends at a house party and then a bar, had taken multiple falls and had to be escorted back to her room because she was unsteady on her feet and left. Erica Buschick was found lying unresponsive on a bean bag chair in her dorm room in Oxford, Ohio, on the morning of January 20. University police have described the incident as ‘high-risk alcohol consumption’. Continue reading

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UT Austin Leads $29 Million Alcoholism Treatment Consortium

Feb. 3, 2017 — AUSTIN, Texas — The National Institutes of Health has awarded an international consortium seeking better pharmaceutical treatments for alcoholism a five-year grant totaling $29 million. The administrative headquarters and several of the projects will be at … Continue reading

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UT Austin Leads $29 Million Alcoholism Treatment Consortium

The National Institutes of Health has awarded an international consortium seeking better pharmaceutical treatments for alcoholism a five-year grant totaling $29 million. The administrative headquarters and several of the projects will be at The University of Texas at Austin, which will receive $8.5 million of the total. Continue reading

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Texas State frats suspended after hosting 3,000 people at party where student died in 2016

Falsified documents, underage drinking and hazing are just a few of the charges leveled against four Texas State University fraternities in suspension reports obtained through a freedom of information act request. Fraternities were sent memorandums regarding an investigation into an off-campus party jointly hosted by the fraternities Oct. 28 at Cool River Ranch — the same social event 20-year-old Jordin Taylor attended before she was found dead under a shuttle bus. Continue reading

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