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UI Tightening Drug and Alcohol Enforcement

Benito Baeza

LEWISTON, Idaho (AP) — The interim president for the University of Idaho says the school is hiring additional staff, tightening up drug and alcohol use policies and enforcing restrictions on fraternity and sorority programs at the Moscow campus. Don Burnett told the Idaho State Board of Education about the changes on Thursday during a meeting in Pocatello. The recommendations came from two task forces formed by former UI President Duane Nellis after a student died of hypothermia following a fraternity party in January. Burnett says college students drinking to excess is a public health crisis.

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