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Frostburg State Continues Efforts to Reduce Drinking

November 25th, 2012 by WCBC Radio

The Frostburg State University College of Business is joining a national effort to decrease student binge drinking on Thursday nights by increasing the number of classes held on Fridays. Ahmad Tootoonchi, professor and dean at the Frostburg College of Business, has been working to increase the number of Friday classes within the College of Business since he learned they were helpful in preventing binge drinking on Thursday. According to President Jonathan Gibralter, the business students’ Friday morning classes are a blueprint for the rest of the university to follow.  Gibralter has garnered national recognition for his efforts in combating alcohol abuse among college students.

One Response to “Frostburg State Continues Efforts to Reduce Drinking”

  1. November 25, 2012 at 9:24 am, kerri bohrer said:

    The drinking hasnt just started it has been going on for a long time they should have niped in the butt a bad stuff happentime asgo not wait til a lot of te mor bhings happen There should be more then just more classes on friday.


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