One reason many young adults drink is because they know that hey shouldn 't be doing it, however if this was just another right given to them, they wouldn 't feel obligated to take advantage of it, because it is just another privilege that comes with growing up and maturing into an adult. Drinking age being 18 would also open the doors for young adults to drink in safer public places like bars, rather than unsupervised places. Surely people would rather hear of kids sipping beer out if a red solo cup at a well patrolled fraternity party, than drinking shots and popping a vicodin in somebody 's basement off campus. Lowering the drinking age will also help dissolve the need for kids to “pregame” and bring the college fake ID business to a dead stop. It can 't really help reduce the binge drinking, drug overdoses, and sexual assaults (Cary).
Would you want anyone to ban books so you couldn’t further your education? School Board members should not ban certain books because students can get more of a challenge from certain books, you also can get many life lessons from a more mature book, and students also get more of a choice which means more books to read. One reason I believe school board members should not ban books is because it gives students more of a challenge. For example, teachers like to challenge kids to read above their grade level and reading more mature books will get them there. However, how will they get assigned harder or more challenging books if those kinds of books are banned from the school library.
It could have easily been dealt with better if he had revealed this to his higher consultants to obtain permission before using the prescribed drug. Policies and procedures concerning drugs intake or acquisition are dissimilar for countries. These policies change on a consistent base. The Medicinal tablets can be classified as drugs, this may lead one to jail because a listed amount of the usage of drugs may be safe today but the next may not. Every Educational property should have strict rules and handling commitment when they come into contact with a student with drug substances, a maximum of two warnings student who constantly disobey should be permanently removed of property for a semester, and also notify police involving the caught of drug
Some people, however, do believe that allowing guns on college campuses would be necessary for students to feel safe or for self defense. Weapons should not be allowed on college campuses due to the fact that many accidents happen in college, and many students’ frontal lobes
Should Public College Campuses Allow Guns? In recent years, there have been many shootings in education institutions like colleges, high schools or universities, making us have discussions on enforcing gun control. Naturally, there are people who oppose the use of guns on college campuses, but there are also people who agree with the use of guns. It’s unfortunate to hear that Texas will be one of eight states to allow the carrying of concealed weapons on public college campuses, joining Colorado, Idaho, Kansas, Mississippi among others (Fernandez, Montgomery). There are important reasons why guns should not be allowed on College Campuses.
It is important to know about college drinking and the risks students are putting themselves into because tragedies dealing with alcohol on school campuses are happening so often. If everyone is informed the right way, as appose to making it uncomfortable, we could stop violence and accidents associated with college
On the other hand, the reason that it has been debated for 20 years now is because academic institutions feel that it deters intellectual discussion in the class environment and it further coddle students. The problem with the trigger warning debate is that there are two prevailing positions that are polar opposites. Both arguments also have their own idea of what constitutes as justice and injustice. The intended audience for this persuasive essay is the faculty and administrative members in universities so they can be affirmed of the few benefits and many dangers of trigger warning policies. However, the audience will be provided with a lens of seeing trigger warnings in a different light.
They are in full-on crackdown mode right now due to widespread alcohol abuse and sexual abuse allegations” (Cheverere). OU is a dry campus and the University itself made it that way to contain the use of alcohol to off campus activities, which includes Fraternity houses. IFC tries to contain the use of alcohol by threatening the citations and using the “scare tactic”, but without constant reinforcement and regulation, those threats aren’t
For example, drinking and driving is dreadful to our society. Drinking and driving is considered to be irresponsible, Their would be more arrest within juveniles. When a teenager turn 18, their considered as being a responsible young adult but in other cases, 18 is still a child which is not legal. “The law would irresponsibly allow a greater segment of the population to drink alcohol in bars and nightclubs which would increase the rate of deaths in America” (Thomas). This calls for not lowering the drinking age so the citizens would have a greater chance of living.
Another fact, mentioned in the video, that alarmed me was that some colleges will actually try to cover up a rape/sexual assault case because they don’t want it to go on their university record. They will “sweep it under the rug” and hope that everyone involved forgets about it in order to keep up their good college reputation. And the cases that are handled on campus are usually kept confined within the campus sexual assault group and only rarely are the cases actually taken to
It will be hard for police officers to save many people. Also, guns could accidentally go off if it is in the student backpack and it dropped and could hurt someone. According to Admiral William H. McRaven a Texas Chancellor, “We survivors do not think that it is a good idea to have guns on campus. There is no evidence that a bill like SB 11 would do anything to stop a mass shooting, but SB 11 would make the average day on campus more dangerous in an environment where students are dealing with failing grades, alcohol abuse, relationship problems” (McRaven). People should think about the future on how many people lives are taken because of guns on campus and should decrease the
Many people that we know have trouble hearing the word gun, let alone guns on campus. Guns on campus is a very sensitive matter for some people ,The shootings at Columbine High School in April 1999, Virginia Tech University in April 2007 and Northern Illinois University in February have all ended in students owing guns. According to Floyd Phelps on the article “Does concealed carry make sense in schools and campus”, he said that because teachers deal with students regularly, they are as qualified as police officers to carry a firearm. But police officers are tested about the types of situations where a firearm may or may not be needed, whereas the average person carrying a gun, including a teacher, isn’t, he says “No teacher would think that
The Constitution prohibits “unreasonable” searches, so if staff and coaches do not believe for sure that a student athlete is using drugs, they should not be able to test them. Also if a person is seen to be positive in a test, they will need to explain and it can be embarrassing and can be judged by other classmates, even if you have an actual medical condition that requires it. Many people say that drug testing invades your privacy and your rights as a United States citizen, but now there are new testing that involves using student 's
These are just a few more negatives to this, but there are countless more. So in conclusion, there can be both positive and negative effects to this. If this would have happen I think it would be bad for the kids and also for the schools. If this would have happen there could be some positive effects as well. I feel that if the school board wanted to take away after school sports, I would have people join toghter so the school board would not be able to take away after school sports.