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College Presidents Rethinking Drinking Age

A group of 104 college and university presidents has signed a statement that suggests the minimum drinking age of 21 encourages a culture of dangerous, clandestine drinking. What do you think?
  • "Wait, where exactly is this culture? I am a 48-year-old housewife. I want in."

    Toni Graber
    Housewife
  • "I remember the hassle of having to do keg stands from behind a curtain."

    Carl Rasmussen
    Systems Analyst
  • "That may be, but getting a fake ID and sneaking into bars at least builds ingenuity and lateral thinking."

    Sean Rowan
    Bookstore Manager