New England colleges try new ways to curb binge drinking
CONCORD, N.H. - The University of New Hampshire is working on multiple fronts - including the griddle - to reduce binge drinking. Before last fall’s Homecoming football game, health officials set up a griddle near a popular tailgating spot and served free bacon, eggs and pancakes to hundreds of students, many of whom had partied hard the night before, slept in their cars outside the field and planned to drink more before the game.
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