IU takes steps to limit binge drinking at frat, sorority parties

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BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (Nov. 7, 2013)—Indiana University is taking steps to protect its students by taking steps to curb binge drinking at fraternity parties on campus. 

University officials plan to limit the amount of alcohol at frats and sorority parties to the equivalent of 512 shots.

Additionally, at midnight, all the booze must be locked up and stored away.

Details of the policy are still being ironed out, including how it would be enforced.

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