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[California] Tobacco sales to cease at Stanford University

Vendors who operate convenience stores at the Valero gas station and Tresidder Union have agreed to the school's request to phase out sales of tobacco products, including cigarettes, chewing tobacco and e-cigarettes. Administrators have been considering
San Jose (CA) Mercury-News
added Feb 23, 2014 15:32

[Texas] UTEP becomes a smoke-free campus

University of Texas at El Paso announced Friday it is now a smoke-free campus. "I think it's better for all the students. That way, they don't feel bothered by the smoke or by the smell," UTEP student Jonathan Peralta said.
KFOXTV (Las Cruces, NM/El Paso, TX)
added Feb 22, 2014 19:31

[Illinois] SIU Goes Smoke Free in July

SIU Carbondale is going smoke free. Starting July 1 no one will be able to light up anywhere on campus. University leaders say they want to cut down on the danger of second-hand smoke. It's common for students to step outside SIU's Student Center for a q
WSIL-TV Channel 3 (Carterville, IL)
added Feb 22, 2014 19:30

[Utah] KLEINER: Don't subjugate smokers with a majority rule

Instead of simply counting voices, we should pay attention to the operative principles behind those opinions. Why do people support the ban, and do they have principled reasons for doing so? At best, those advocating the smoking ban are making an argumen
The Utah Statesman (Utah State University)
added Feb 22, 2014 10:11

[Missouri] Southeast smoking survey could influence policy

With many colleges in Missouri implementing -- or considering -- smoke- or tobacco-free policies, Southeast Missouri State University is conducting a survey on whether it should follow suit. However, students interviewed by the Southeast Missourian on T
Southeast Missourian
added Feb 22, 2014 10:07

Kathleen Sebelius | Join effort to make the next generation tobacco-free

Whether it's other retailers following CVS's lead, more colleges and universities joining the 2,000 schools that are part of the Department of Health and Human Services' National Tobacco-Free College Campus Initiative (, or movie stu
Louisville (KY) Courier-Journal
added Feb 21, 2014 15:18

[UK] College indirectly invests £785000 in tobacco industry

Earlier this week the London Student revealed that Imperial College has £785,000 indirectly invested in tobacco companies. This conflicts with the extensive cancer research done by Imperial academics.
Felix-Imperial Colleges Student Newspaper
added Feb 21, 2014 14:56

[Hawaii] EDITORIAL: Ban smoking at all UH campuses ($$)

A few years ago, it looked as if the University of Hawaii also would be at the forefront of this laudable national movement, which protects nonsmokers from lethal second-hand smoke and the social pressure to take up the addictive, deadly and expensive ha
Honolulu (HI) Star Advertiser
added Feb 21, 2014 14:49

[Louisiana] NSU to prohibit tobacco use on campuses

Northwestern State University will become a tobacco free campus effective Aug. 1, with a new policy that will prohibit tobacco use on all NSU campuses, according to a release from the university. According to Vice President for University Affairs Marcus
Beauregard (LA) Daily News
added Feb 21, 2014 13:10

[North Carolina] Reynolds American donated $11.6 million to non-profits in 2013, helping transform communities (PDF)

The Reynolds American Foundation donated a total of $6.1 million in 2013, including employee matching grants. The Foundation’s largest contributions were to Wake Forest University, Winston- Salem State University and the annual campaign of the United Way
Reynolds American (RAI)
added Feb 20, 2014 11:06
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