Alcohol abuse is a big issue in the college world and in the real world. Alcohol consumption
happens in the age of 18-24 and in the real world it happens in the age of 12-54. Binge drinking
happens a lot more in college life because its considered part of a culture, to which it has
increased over the years. It all starts in the first 6 weeks of classes, because many students try to
fit on or make friends and they don’t want to be left out of the group. We will be talking about
how we can make the numbers decrease even more in our youth.
Alcohol drinking can cause many deaths, assaults and sexual assaults. According to an
article on ABC news in 1998 the death toll of alcohol related death was 1440 and in 2005 it
increased to 1825. 69600 students have reported that they have been assaulted by another
student, and 97000 students have reported that they have been sexually abused by another
student under the influence.
In college it’s hard to keep up with the grades and keep up with a social life. Many
students believe that drinking will increase their social life and be able to make friends. Alcohol
can also affect their grades, if a student decides to binge drink 3 times a week their grades will
decrease. They will have less time to get enough sleep and enough time to study and work on
projects. Majority of the students in college drink because they need to release some of their
This proposal is to help reduce alcohol abuse among college students. We want to reduce
the numbers even more and make our students feel safe in their second homes instead of fearing
of they will fit in or if they need to change to fit in with the rest of the group. Also to make sure
they know what alcohol can do to the body and mind if they consume too much.
Health issues is another concern with this topic. In 2015, of the 78,529 liver disease
deaths the ages of 12 and older, were 47.0 percent involved alcohol. Among men, 49,695 liver
disease deaths occurred and 49.5 percent involved alcohol. Among women, 28,834 liver disease
deaths occurred and 43.5 percent involved alcohol. Among all cirrhosis deaths in 2013, 47.9
percent were alcohol related. In 2009, alcohol-related liver disease was the primary cause of
almost 1 in 3 liver transplants in the United States. Drinking alcohol increases the risk of cancers
of the mouth, esophagus, pharynx, larynx, liver, and breast.
Also we would like to invite some guest speaker to speak to our students every three
months and keep them inform what alcohol can do them and how it can impact there life. The
guest speakers can be medics or anyone who has the experience with alcohol. I would also like
for them to have a one on one session with a therapist or counselor for them to speak to someone
who they can trust or to someone...