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Some students might expect a Guide to Drinking to be about how to tap a keg, where to buy the cheapest case, and what's good for curing hangovers. After all, many people think college is just a four-year party with a $20,000 cover charge - and their favorite class is Partying and Drinking 101.

Maybe you're one of those people pursuing a major in keg parties and a minor in weekend benders. Or, on the other hand, maybe you drink very little, if at all. Whatever the case, this site will help you understand what your options are.

Our goal is to prepare you for the countless college drinking decisions ahead, so you'll know what to look out for and how to make the right choices for yourself. The seven key categories shown below provide the facts you need to do just that.

In this class there's no pressure, no homework. You won't be given any assignments, you won't have to sweat any exams. And like any other class, you want it to be fun, not a drag. So keep reading.