For many college students, partying and having a good time is seen as part of the experience. While this can certainly be true, there are a variety of different sobering statisticsyou should keep in mind:
Roughly 1,825 students die each year in unintended alcohol-related accidents, with almost another 600,000 being seriously injured.
400,000 students report having unprotected sex while under the influence.
97,000 students report being a victim of alcohol-induced sexual assault or rape.
It should come as no surprise that this country has developed a close relationship with alcohol. Besides a brief period in the 1920s when prohibition was enforced, alcohol has been around and freely enjoyed for centuries. It was so important to us as a culture that even during the middle of prohibition when there were severe penalties for making and distributing alcohol, thousands of people around the country continued to do it and millions more continued to drink it in secrecy.
So we put together a list to keep yourself, your stuff, and the people around you safe during the week-long rager. Here are the Top 4 things you need to know to have a safe Spring Break based on the biggest complaints of most college students.
Well, it’s crazy to think that another year has come and gone already, but here we are in 2019! As we look forward to what could be a fantastic year for each and every one of us, it is time to think about how you handle yourself at events like parties. Not knowing how to safely and adequately conduct yourself at an event can be the difference between having a great 2019 and have a dismal one, so be prepared with these helpful tips.
This is a significant number because it represents how many times humans have sexual intercourse on a daily basis. It is a number that alludes to something a vast majority of us already know — people love having sex. Continue reading →