Cause and effect prompt

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Topic: the causes and the effects college binge drinking.

Without any research.You are to type a 900 word cause and effect essay following MLA formal

Your essay must have a thesis sentence that indicates what you will prove in the body of the essay. This sentence should indicate. You may want to choose a thesis sentence such as

Although I enjoyed smoking. I have had many positive experiences since I quit smoking.

Do NOT start your introductory paragraph with the thesis statement. The thesis sentence should come at the end of the introductory paragraph.

2. The body of your essay must present logical, directly related, detailed examples or evidence of the causes and effects.

Be sure to use transitions to help link ideas and to move from one idea to another.Consider leaving the best or most important example for last.

3. The conclusion of your essay must emphasize your purpose and leave the essay with a sense of completion.

4. Proofread for and correct any mechanical or grammatical errors.

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Kishnewt2017
School: UT Austin

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The Causes and the Effects of College Binge Drinking
Introduction
Alcohol and drug abuse are commonplace cases in the higher education setting. Such a
bold declaration can be affirmed by anyone who has experienced the college life or at least
socialized with some college peers. A recent project by the National Survey on Drug Use and
Health (NSDUH) found that approximately 86 percent of the college population engages in mild,
moderate, or excessive alcohol drinking (Bravo, et al. 661). As if not enough, a significant
portion of the group engages in binge drinking. Professionally, binge drinking refers to the
consumption of at least 5 drinks (men) or 4 drinks (women) within a two-hour span. This kind of
habit has devastating impacts including addiction, memory lapses, poor academic performance,
financial strain, death, injury, assault, and rape. The last three often occur when the perpetrator or
victim is under the influence of alcohol (cognitive impairment). In an attempt to alleviate the
binge drinking challenge among college students, one should engage in an in-depth exploration
of its causative background. For now, it appears fair to state that the detrimental behavior is
mainly facilitated by personal and social stressors.
A Causal View of College Binge Drinking
As stated, binge drinking is a habit that results from exposure to negative personal and
social conditions. At this juncture, the reader is urged to contemplate the students’ average age,
the campus environment, and the media’s glorification of college drinking. From such a
perspective, one can confidently claim that the binge drinkers are victims of t...

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