University communications on alcohol and high-risk drinking 

OHIO sees high-risk drinking decrease
Ohio University saw a 3 percent reduction in high-risk, or binge, drinking, according to the University's biannual Alcohol and Other Drug Survey (AOD), released June 8. This marks the second consecutive reduction in high-risk drinking rates.
Changes to alcohol and marijuana sanctioning guidelines to become effective in fall
Vice President for Student Affairs Kent Smith has accepted the recommendations of a task force charged with reviewing the sanctioning protocol for alcohol and marijuana violations.
OHIO focuses on curbing high-risk drinking
Ohio University today launched a new Web site dedicated to educating students on the dangers of high-risk drinking. The site is the most recent addition to Ohio University's HealthAlerts series -- which aims to proactively empower the university community with knowledge and resources to address the critical, less-talked-about health and safety issues facing today's college students, faculty and staff.
University selected for study on high-risk drinking
Ohio University is one of four universities chosen by The Century Council to implement and further explore potential effectiveness of student-generated campaigns to prevent high-risk drinking on its campus.