Purdue frats, sororities take break from drinking
Citing what they called a campus culture of underage and otherwise dangerous drinking, leaders of Purdue University's fraternities, sororities and cooperative houses declared a drinking moratorium Thursday.
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#1 Sep 24, 2010
As a mother of a student that spends a lot of time on campus, I applaud this decision but I do believe the kids will still drink & party. they will be more careful as to who sees them.. I strongly disagree that the co-op housing should EVER allow drinking & alchohol in the houses/rooms especially the Christian womens co-op.. Most students do attend college to get an education & not on sex/drugs/drinking. PLEASE refraim from all that drinking & partying. Think about when you have children. how do you want them to act/behave? Men/women please would you like for your sister, siblings to be treated like this? DO not be mean & take advantage of the women?
#2 Dec 15, 2012
You future employer will want to sit down and have a drink with you...not talk about how you studied for hours and had no life
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