Tag Archives: alcohol
A survey has revealed that third year students are hitting the town more often than freshers. John Fernandez reports.
The government are proposing a 45p minimum price per unit of alcohol in a bid to curb binge drinking and reduce alcohol related crime and deaths. Åsmund Løvdal reports.
Men are less aware of the damage binge-drinking can do to your health, claims a charity. Daisy Simpson speaks to a male student who’s not bothered by the dangers.
Drugs, alcohol and excess was all part of being in a rock band in the ‘80s. Rebecca Caroline examines why 30 years later things have changed.
The 24-hour licensed campus pub Library Bar has closed as the university takes control of the premises, according to a statement on Facebook.
With over forty pubs closing down every week, Stephanie Bolton examines why the places that used to be the hub of the community are vanishing from the UK’s towns and cities.
Excessive drinking has long been part of the student lifestyle, but things can spiral out of control. Jessica Brown spoke to a University of Lincoln student, and recovering alcoholic, to find out why.
At their recent conference in Blackpool the NUS decided to look into setting a minimum price per unit for alcohol sold in bars run by Students’ Unions. The move comes after the government reject similar recommendations from its chief medical officer.