The continuing research suggests our culture “romances the glass.”
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Students can buy beer, local and non-local, along with their lunch at Oakham Café .
Twenty-year-old Lisa Coombs doesn’t remember much about her first drinking experience, except that it ended in a complete and total blackout. It was her first high school party and Coombs, 14 at the time, didn’t recognize a single person there. Feeling uncomfortable and wanting desperately to fit in, she instantly went for the hard stuff, downing countless shots of vodka. […]
By the end of 2015, alcoholic beverages will be available at Starbucks, providing a whole new meaning to its complimentary “birthday drinks.” I know I’ll be in line for my free Venti, extra whip, orange Frappuccino — with a triple vodka shot. Starbucks Canada president, Rossan Williams, announced the expansion earlier this month. But she hasn’t announced how they will […]
A university official has been chaperoning the Ryerson men’s hockey team on all overnight trips since players were caught drinking alcohol last year on a trip to Princeton University. The decision was made after the incident. At the end of last season, it was decided the monitoring of the team would continue this year. Brian Shantz, athletics services co-ordinator was […]
By Dan Berlin and Nuruddin Qorane Students say players deserved their punishments for breaking the rules after the Ryerson men’s hockey team was suspended for drinking during a recent road trip to Princeton, N.J. “Even though they are of age, I don’t think it’s the best idea for athletes to be drinking because it will affect their performance,” said Anna-Maria […]
The Ryerson men’s hockey team has been suspended, effective immediately, for seven days after a week-long investigation for violating Ryerson’s student-athlete code of conduct during a recent road trip to Princeton, N.J. on Oct. 18 and 19, Ryerson’s director of athletics, Ivan Joseph, announced. Away for a two-game exhibition series vs. the Princeton Tigers, the team was reported to be […]