Lehigh University officials ban hard alcohol at fraternity events – Allentown Morning Call


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Lehigh University officials ban hard alcohol at fraternity events
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Last year, the death of Penn State student Tim Piazza during fraternity hazing highlighted the issue of the dangers of college drinking. It then hit close to home when McCrae Williams, a 19-year-old freshman at Lafayette College in Easton, died Sept

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Kentucky school shooting: 2 dead, 12 more shot at Marshall County High School – live updates – WCTV


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Kentucky school shooting: 2 dead, 12 more shot at Marshall County High School – live updates
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He was one of five students flown to the nearest Level 1 trauma center, Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, Tennessee. The boy died of a "non-survivable gunshot wound to the brain," trauma doctors there said. The others who were air
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Kentucky school shooting: 2 dead, 12 more shot at Marshall County High School – live updates – CBS News


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Kentucky school shooting: 2 dead, 12 more shot at Marshall County High School – live updates
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The boy died of a "non-survivable gunshot wound to the brain," trauma doctors there said. The others who were air-lifted to Vanderbilt, all males between the ages of 15 and 18, are expected to survive and doing "quite well," trauma surgeon Oscar
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Four St. Louis hospitals work together on violence prevention – STLtoday.com


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Four St. Louis hospitals work together on violence prevention
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“If they survive it, it can be a time of some reflection,” Powderly said. “Hopefully by changing their trajectory you're preventing future episodes of violence.” There are 86 active patients in the Victims of Violence program at Children's; about half

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