Public Drunkenness

Stopping State Patty’s Day – Will Bar Closings Help?

By Jason Dunkle on G+ Barely a week ago, Penn State University and the State College community embraced the annual Penn State THON event, held by the world’s largest student philanthropy organization. There was much celebration over the success of the event, only to be almost immediately overshadowed by the dread of the following weekend’s… view more

Publically Drunk on Your Own Front Porch

The Iowa Supreme Court was tasked with considering whether or not a homeowner could be convicted of Public Drunkenness or Public Intoxication when the person was on the front porch of her own residence. According to an online article, the police were summoned to the residence to investigate a domestic incident. Upon arriving, they encountered… view more

Drunk College Student Turn Pumpkin Festival Into Riot

New Hampshire residents near Keene celebrate an annual pumpkin festival at which attendees try to set a world record of the largest number of carved and lighted jack-o-lanterns in one place. Sounds like it would be a nice family gathering. It just so happens that students from nearby Keene State College also attend. Regrettably, a… view more