High-Risk Drinking at its Lowest Point in 25 Years

The frequency of underage drinking and high-risk drinking at the University of Iowa is at its lowest point in more than 25 years, according to the latest National Health Assessment (NCHA) Survey. Learn what steps the Alcohol Harm Reduction Advisory Commitee took to address this challenging issue.

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Charlottesville Tries to Regroup from Violence

What began as a rally of white nationalists in the city park spun out of control. Many cities, including St. Louis and New Orleans have wrestled with what to do about Confederate monuments. Like them, Charlottesville, home of UVA, has been navigating tricky terrain. 

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East Hill Notes: A College Town's Sense of Place by Susan Riley

This year's ITGA annual conference reiterated a fact of life, Ithaca and Cornell are unique, but so is virtually every other college town in the U.S., Canada and overseas, too. One interesting session I attended described how some campuses and their surrounding communities are dealing with cannabis as states start to legalize its use. 


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