University of Missouri Frats Plan Parties Without Hard Liquor
COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — Fraternities at the University of Missouri are planning social events this year without hard liquor. The Columbia Missourian reports that after months of debate on reducing sexual violence on the university campus, the ban was the only one of several proposals made during the summer that survived. In August, the university's Interfraternity Council announced hard liquor would be banned at fraternity houses effective immediately. Hard booze is defined as a drink with more than 15 percent alcohol.