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Unformatted text preview: Kasey Remillard Deanna Dixon English 101 October 20, 2009 The Effects of Binge Drinking Every year 70% of the student body in most colleges are victims of binge drinking. Binge drinking is defined as a dangerous practice of consuming large quantities of alcoholic beverages in a single session. Many young people today fall into this practice from pressure by others, also known as peer pressure. Effects of one falling into this practice of binge drinking include grades starting to fall, fading futures, and developing medical side effects. The first of many down-falls to a college student, as a result of binge drinking is his/her failing grades. When a person drinks they become consumed with drinking and tend to over look many of their responsibilities. They are more concerned with what parties are going on than they are with their responsibilities, such as school work. One of the most important things in a college student’s life is an education. These young drinkers spend less time on their studies and more student’s life is an education....
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This note was uploaded on 11/01/2010 for the course ENG 101 taught by Professor Simon during the Spring '06 term at Tri - County Technical College.
- Spring '06