Office of Alcohol Policy and Education
At the end of its first academic year, the Office of Alcohol Policy and Education (OAPE) has declared its newest program, Cardinal Nights, a success, despite a minor uptick in the number of students transported due to alcohol overconsumption this year.
In test-taking, there is a difference between an answer being right and an answer being true, and I think this idea is important for the real-world analogues to multiple-choice tests: the dozens of surveys Stanford inundates us with.
Stanford undergraduates fall just below national averages in alcohol consumption, according to a survey conducted by the Office of Alcohol Policy and Education (OAPE). The survey indicated, however, that Stanford is above average in having alcohol as the center of campus social life, in hard liquor use and in pre-gaming before events.
Residential Education (ResEd) discovered last week that some houses Row have been selling alcohol to students during all-campus events, according to Assistant Director of Residential Education Zac Sargeant. ResEd, which did not disclose the names of houses charging students for alcohol, may partner with the Office of Alcohol Policy and Education (OAPE) and other administrative groups at the beginning of next quarter to address policy and regulations around student events, houses and alcohol, Sargeant said.