Alcoholism at Miami vs. Western

This topic submitted by Brian, My, Mike, Katie, Katie, and Greg ( at 7:39 pm on 9/17/00. Additions were last made on Wednesday, May 7, 2014. Section: Campbell

Miami University has published an ad that says women consume 0-3 drinks, while men consume 0-5 drinks on a Friday and Saturaday. Our group is to survey members of the Western and Miami campus to prove whether or not the statement in their ad is true or false.

We predict that Miami's ad is incorrect. To prove our hypothesis, we will survey random students at both campuses.

Suggested activities will be to go to the campus police and find target areas to survey, in addition to finding out about police reports for both campuses involving alcohol. We will also, try to include what percent are underage drinkers.

We expect the Miami main campus will have a higher percentage of alcohol useage than Western campus. In addition, to finding the drinking amount of Miami students to be higher than what the ad said.

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