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In our society some young adults in colleges think its brilliant to go out to fraternity and sorority parties every school night Due to the fact that these nineteen year olds go out to night clubs illegally there is no way that they can be possibly save when they go out there with adults that are not even mature enough for their own age Our society ought to do something about it before something goes wrong These undergraduates go out to parties get intoxicated and they significantly do things they dont remember and get pregnant or even raped According to Officer Robert Cab Hot Topics pg15 if we do not do anything about this madness we could possibly lose 65 of undergraduates in our country For example this eighteen year old girl named Jenna Marbles went out to a party by herself she got really intoxicated and she was dancing all night with this guy that she didnt know He told her to go and get something from the car and when she got into his car he blocked the doors drove off and he took her to a forest raped her and then dumped her death body into the trash can Throughout our society young adults go through many different circumstances while in school that they think that its ok to get rid of the stress by going to ridiculous parties every night and our society ought to stop this by developing new late night rules for students To begin there are many reasons to why young adults should not go out to late night parties every school night and be under the influence of drugs or alcohol According to Under the Influence Pg 2 scientists have made experiments and they have noticed that 85 of young adults that drink on a daily basis can course irreversible brain damage and in 1993 40 percent of the 5905 traffic fatalities of fifteen to twenty
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