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Increase in Calls for Alcohol-Related Help Is Good News

Dartmouth undergraduates made more calls for help on their own behalf or to assist someone else during an alcohol-related incident in the past year than in any year since the College began tracking so-called Good Samaritan calls in 2011. That’s good news, says Caitlin Barthelmes, director of the Student Wellness Center. “This gives us hope that the initiatives and strategies we’ve put in place in recent years may be having a positive impact on the trends we are seeing on campus.”

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College Releases Numbers on Alcohol-Related Incidents

The College released data today on the number of incidents of alcohol intoxication recorded among undergraduates from the fall of 2011 through December 2015. The data indicate that fewer students received medical attention for alcohol intoxication last year compared to the previous year.

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