Law & Policy: Drugs & Alcohol
- Citadel to Sell Beer at Football Games this Season
by Jeff Hartsell August 2017
Citadel football fans at the Bulldogs' home opener against Newberry on Sept. 2 will find something new at Johnson Hagood Stadium. A beer garden. The military school will sell beer during football games for the first time this season. Beer sales will be limited to a 500-person "beer garden" tent inside Johnson Hagood Stadium.
- College Athletics Departments Tap into Beer for Revenue
by Diana Kruzman and Sophia Tulp August 2017
Universities, seeing the potential for profit, are starting to agree to beer sponsorships and relax their stringent alcohol policies in many stadiums.
- University of Texas Announces Partnership with Corona
by Jason Scott July 2017
“Horns Up, Limes In!”
- Infographic: Steroid Abuse in HS and College Athletes
by Jane Otterson - Confirm BioSciences July 2017
High school and college students are young and impressionable. Driven by concern about their body image or inspired by mainstream athletes, they start taking steroids — or anabolic steroids in particular — that mimic testosterone hormones and their effects. It helps them build strength and endurance, which they require to boost their performance in various sports.
- Purdue to Expand In-Stadium Alcohol Sales
by Courtney Cameron June 2017
This fall, Purdue Athletics will expand beer and wine sales in Ross-Ade Stadium and Mackey Arena. The department was authorized to expand sales by the Purdue Board of Trustees and university president Mitch Daniels.
- HS Coaches Fired for Using Team Bus to Buy Beer
by Jason Scott June 2017
Two Oklahoma high school basketball coaches were reportedly fired after using a school bus to make a beer run.
- LSU Looks to Open Beer Garden at Tiger Stadium
by Jason Scott March 2017
LSU is working on plans to bring beer sales to football games for the 2017 season, though nothing is official just yet.
- Baylor Produces Text Evidence; Briles Drops Libel Suit
by Courtney Cameron February 2017
A new lawsuit was filed Thursday by seven Baylor officials, several school regents and the interim university president among them, accusing former head football coach Art Briles and other members of the athletics administration of conspiring to keep hidden multiple counts of athlete misconduct.
- Rutgers Revises Drug Policy, Eases Marijuana Penalties
by Jason Scott January 2017
A new drug testing policy at Rutgers, implemented last August, relaxes penalties student-athletes receive if they are found to have used marijuana. The new policy creates a distinction between penalties for marijuana and other drugs, including hard drugs such as cocaine or heroin, or performance enhancing drugs.
- Blue Jays Incident Revives Call for Beer Can Ban
by Courtney Cameron October 2016
Almost a year after fans’ behavior led to a beer can ban in the upper decks of Toronto Blue Jays’ Rogers Centre for the remainder of the AL Championship Series, a new incident threatens to revive the ban.