Just when you think our generation couldn’t get any more ridiculous, it does: cue neknominations.
The tendency of young adults to feel invulnerable mixed with the power of social media has led to Neknominations taking the world by storm, leaving a few casualties in its wake.
Director and filmmaker Jennifer Siebel Newsom sees a “boy crisis” happening and, as the mother of a young boy, it concerns her.
Do you consider 18-year-olds to be adults? Should an 18-year-old be allowed to vote, buy porn and cigarettes, and fight in the military? Most people won’t hesitate to answer yes. So why can’t an 18-year-old adult have an alcoholic beverage?
A team of researchers led by University of Victoria professor Tim Stockwell concluded raising the minimum price of beverages with high alcohol content reduces their consumption. A study focusing mainly on pricing strategies in Saskatchewan concluded that prices should be raised for any drink over 6.5% alcohol content.
The thirst for beer will compete with the thirst for knowledge as the University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union gets set to host its two-day Welcome Week afternoon party in the Bowl. Starting at 11 a.m. on Sept. 6 and 7, the event is set to include live music, information tables, giveaways and beer gardens.
Most students are well aware that, while thousands of dollars are going towards tuition and housing costs, thousands more are being blown on alcohol. For the most part, they are okay with that. Between frosh weeks and regular bar nights, alcohol is a major part of university life at almost any university campus. However, Canadian universities
A group of classmates at the University of Saskatchewan has undertaken a long-term study that will examine the environmental pressures to binge drink on campus and at campus-related events. The U of S Student Binge Drinking Prevention campaign originally started as a sociology assignment, but has since evolved into a funded initiative run by four
Would altering the legal drinking age be a proactive measure in curbing excessive binge drinking among youth? Jaclyn Lytle of the Fulcrum argues that the drinking age should not be altered, while Graham Briggs of The Martlet argues that it should be lowered to 18 in all of Canada.
Playboy magazine has ranked the University of Western Ontario as the No. 4 party school in North America. It is the only Canadian school that made it into the annual Top 10 list.