College drinking in the age of Corona: What’s changed?

Thursday, February 25, 2021
Daily Cardinal

One year ago, students were packing themselves into bars, fraternities and house parties. They’d meet new people, travel and drink freely in confined spaces — COVID-19 was only an overlooked whisper. Now, in February 2021, the college drinking scene undoubtedly looks very different than it did last year.

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