Secrets of the Student Handbook: Secret #293

Consuming alcohol at high risk levels is more likely to result in personal consequences such as:

  • hangovers, vomiting or nausea
  • memory loss (“blacking out”) or loss of consciousness (“passing out”)
  • being criticized for [your] drinking behaviors
  • regretting actions taken while under the influence of alcohol
  • damage to relationships with friends and family
  • unplanned or unsafe sexual activity
  • missing classes
  • poor performance on an exam or project
  • lower grade point averages
  • driving while intoxicated
  • hospitalization due to injury or severe intoxication
  • citation by university judicial system or arrest by local police
  • alcohol dependency or addiction
  • death due to injury, accident or alcohol overdose

A friendly reminder from your Student Handbook.

15 thoughts on “Secrets of the Student Handbook: Secret #293

  1. Brian

    Hahah, I love these. Nice find, Justin.”Missing classes”? Responsible drunks just go to class intoxicated. It’s much more fun that way.

  2. Brian

    Hahah, I love these. Nice find, Justin.”Missing classes”? Responsible drunks just go to class intoxicated. It’s much more fun that way.

  3. Brian

    Hahah, I love these. Nice find, Justin.

    “Missing classes”? Responsible drunks just go to class intoxicated. It’s much more fun that way.

  4. Justin

    Anonymous #1: yes! Alcohol is evil, worse than cocaine and murder put together! I will not rest until no one at Wesleyan drinks alcohol! </sarcasm>No. I’m just pulling random things from our Student Handbook. Chill, dude. :-P

  5. Justin

    Anonymous #1: yes! Alcohol is evil, worse than cocaine and murder put together! I will not rest until no one at Wesleyan drinks alcohol! </sarcasm>No. I’m just pulling random things from our Student Handbook. Chill, dude. :-P

  6. Justin

    Anonymous #1: yes! Alcohol is evil, worse than cocaine and murder put together! I will not rest until no one at Wesleyan drinks alcohol! </sarcasm>

    No. I’m just pulling random things from our Student Handbook. Chill, dude. :-P

  7. Anonymous

    oh man thats so clever! way to be an elitist dick, anon #2!all #1 is saying is to not push your views on other people. almost everything you do in life has its pros and cons and the least we can do as wesleyan students is keep an open mind and not scare our peers into behaving a certain way.this is not high school.

  8. Anonymous

    oh man thats so clever! way to be an elitist dick, anon #2!all #1 is saying is to not push your views on other people. almost everything you do in life has its pros and cons and the least we can do as wesleyan students is keep an open mind and not scare our peers into behaving a certain way.this is not high school.

  9. Anonymous

    oh man thats so clever! way to be an elitist dick, anon #2!

    all #1 is saying is to not push your views on other people. almost everything you do in life has its pros and cons and the least we can do as wesleyan students is keep an open mind and not scare our peers into behaving a certain way.

    this is not high school.

  10. Anonymous

    are you trying to push a life style on wesleying’s readership?please don’t.drinking is actually a lot of fun, just don’t be stupid.

  11. Anonymous

    are you trying to push a life style on wesleying’s readership?please don’t.drinking is actually a lot of fun, just don’t be stupid.

  12. Anonymous

    are you trying to push a life style on wesleying’s readership?

    please don’t.

    drinking is actually a lot of fun, just don’t be stupid.

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