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Date Posted: Sat, October 09 2004, 18:56:43
Author: FoUTASportscaster
Subject: Re: Liquor Law Violations Increase
In reply to: UTA_alum 's message, "Liquor Law Violations Increase" on Thu, October 07 2004, 16:56:35


>I try to see the good in everything :), so when I read
>in today's 'Horn that the Liquor Law violations had
>increased 400%, I was at first shocked. But then, the
>shock subsided and I came to an easy conclusion about
>why this happened.
>More campus housing. Four years ago, UTA seriously
>lacked campus housing and there were no parties on
>campus except at fraternitiy houses. So things we easy
>to maintain.
>Between then and now, UTA has provided [like]
>thousands of new beds on campus. As more people live
>closer together, they will socialize and interact
>more, that's a given. So they will likely party more
>too. The more they party the more underage students
>are exposed to alcohol.
>It is an easy correlation. UTA sought "traditional"
>students. Well, "traditional" students like to party,
>collectively speaking anyways.
>Now, if you can get them to party for the sake of UTA,
>then you're on to something. If they throw a party to
>celebrate UTA winning the SLC or going to the NCAA, or
>beating Texas A&M, think of how many people can be
>impacted by that. If they party for Homecoming, then
>Yes, I've said it before and I'll say it again. For
>most of you alums, UTA is not the same campus you
>remembered it as. You had it good. but we got it
>That's why I am confident that football can survive at
>UTA. If we tell the story right, football can thrive.
>People are looking for a reason to party, football is

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