Three Indiana postsecondary schools will make it possible for students to log on to a web site designed to motivate them to reduce their alcohol consumption, officials said. The University of Evansville, University of Southern Indiana, and Ivy Tech State College are developing the site as part of the "Real U" campaign to deal with high-risk drinking and its consequences. The program and some of its strategies were introduced during a televised forum May 3.

William Wooten, chairman of the Youth First board and a retired addiction medical specialist, said officials looked at programs at

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