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Bohlen Peter Bohlen English 101 Ben Sammons UNC Chapel Hill and most all other colleges in the United States have one thing in common, underage drinking. Underage drinking is becoming an increasingly notorious and has been drawing much attention. Many events such as the Duke Lacrosse incident has drawn focus to college behavior and underage drinking. When addressing this issue, it is important to figure out why the problem exists, and then ways to either find a solution either by compromise or becoming stricter on an issue. College drinking is a part of almost all students entering into college. In fact, 59,000 of today's first- year college students will drop out of school next year for alcohol- or other drug-related reasons(Sobering Statistics). The freshman year is usually the most common to find teenage drinking because alcohol is available to students and they feel they must take advantage of the large amounts of alcohol and party as much as possible. However as students get older, there is often a split in students, dividing those students who take their
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This note was uploaded on 11/03/2009 for the course BIOL 90726 taught by Professor Weakley during the Spring '09 term at UNC.

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