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Prof Malcolm Gillies of London Metropolitan University said he wants to create alcohol free areas on campus out of “cultural sensitivity”.
It is expected that the informal dry areas will be created within the next six months.
Chris Sorek, chief executive of alcohol education charity Drinkaware, said: "Student life is frequently portrayed in the media and popular culture as one big party. Despite the stereotypical image, not all students want to only have boozy memories of their university days.
Originally posted by khimbar
Originally posted by Freeborn
This may surprise some, but so what?
As long as these no drinking areas are newly built or newly assigned and are not changing existing drinking areas like The Students Bar etc who really cares?