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January 25, 2010 4:00 AM

Glorifying alcohol makes matters worse

Almost all of us have done it to some extent, and almost all of us would admit that it's a problem on campus. Yet the question remains as to why so much of the college population chooses to engage in dangerous drinking and fuel the culture of reckless behavior at Penn State.

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