1. Getting drunk is the primary social activity on college campuses:

A. This continues primarily through peer pressure.

B. As each new freshman class enters the university their first desire is to fit in socially.

C. They quickly learn that partying is the easiest way to do so.

2. There is no medical evidence that getting drunk is good for you:

A. In fact all the medical evidence suggests that a drink or two is fine, and maybe in some ways even beneficial, but getting drunk is harmful.

B. This shows that students are not getting drunk because they researched the issue and came to the conclusion that it was good for them.

C. It is purely peer pressure driven.

3. If the peer pressure were different then the actions of the incoming freshmen would be different:

A. If incoming freshmen were met with peer pressure that said that all those who got drunk were losers, and those who did so were shunned, very few would be engaging in the behavior.

B. This once again shows that the partying that goes on college campuses is all due to peer pressure.