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Unformatted text preview: FINAL EXAM Fall 2010 SNHU 121-08549 & SNHU 121-06546 OUTLINE 1. Introduction— a. Purpose : Nowadays, drinking on college campuses is getting more common and popular among. b. Intention : However, drinking on college campuses would produce the following problems: risky sexual behavior, academic effect, and health. Because of alcohol abuse, most college students have sex while drunk. With drunk-students, they lose the idea of sex. They will have sex with stranger or without using condoms. Also, binge drinkers consumed alcohol more often and more heavily before sex than non-drinkers. 2. Body- a. Purpose : Most of college students may disagree with my opinion because they believe that they have the right to drink on the college. b. Intention : They believe that drinking in a party is one kind of social and totally misunderstand the differences between social drinking and drinking abuse. They always miss classes on the day after the party. If a college student miss too many classes, his or her GPA will get lower and after the party....
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This note was uploaded on 07/07/2011 for the course INT 335 taught by Professor Fici during the Spring '11 term at Southern New Hampshire University.
- Spring '11