I wish the author had spent more time on the abstainers and discussed more about how they integrate into campus. The fact that abstainers are more likely to be first generation, students of color, and from lower socioeconomic groups is important. These students often feel alienated on campuses, and schools have a hard time retaining them. Perhaps more focus by administration on the partying and hookup culture could alleviate some of this alienation. I liked how the author did not focus much on the morality of the problem but on how it leaves students out, reinforces stereotypes and male dominance, and can influence normally decent people to do some heinous things to each other. I wish there was more discussion on how schools might adequately address these problems without seeming like enforcers or prudes. I do find it ironic that college students, who pride themselves on open-mindedness and progressivism, are, on the social side of things, much less so than their slightly older peers or those who don't attend residential college.
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