Copy of Updated Good Samaritan Policy Reference Document (Updated August 2015)
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To updateDate last checked/updatedSchoolSSDP Chapter?Drug(s) covered by policyCoverage applies to...When student calls for help from...Consequences for calling 911Policy ReferenceTerm(s) used to refer to policyHow is the policy advertised?SSDP Involved ?Student Gov. Involved ?Date Enacted or PassedNotesNo Updates --->Abb.StateZipOwnedAffiliation# Undergrads (updated 3/2009) Tier 1 National Rank 2009Other Rank Notes 2009Student Media 1Student Media 2
Olivia5/28/2015Alfred UniversityNoAllCaller & VictimAllMandatory meeting with Health and Wellness educator. Amnesty PolicyOn Website under General University PoliciesNoAlfredNY14802Private2,03017 Tier 1 Master's N
Olivia5/28/2015American UniversityYesAllVictimWide variety of consequences for 1st, 2nd time violations, ranging from warnings to censure to community service to parental notification AND mention of GSP in Drug/Alcohol Policy or Student Conduct CodeAmericanDC20016PrivateUnited Methodist Church604283
Olivia5/28/2015Amherst CollegeNoAllCaller & VictimAmherst College Emergency Medical Services Referral for AOD education still applies, and, in some instances, parental notification Amnesty PolicyStudent Handbook- Students Rights and PoliciesNoAfter first offense future medical amnesty is at the discretion of the Office of Student AffairsAmherstMA0-1002Private
Olivia5/28/2015Antioch CollegeNoAllCaller & Victim911 or college officialsNone, unless flagrant or repeat violation Samaritan PolicyWebsite-Student Policies, Student HandbookNoAntiochOH45387PrivateGreat Lakes Colleges Association330N/A
Olivia5/28/15Appalachian State UniversityYesAlcoholCaller & VictimEmergency personnell or university officialMust agree to "recommended plan" which may include alcohol educational programming, parents may be contacted if student is under 21. Failure to complete agreement or repeat offenses may result in revocation of medical amnesty. Medical Amnesty PolicyCode of Student ConductNoASUNC28608PublicUniversity of North Carolina, Southern Conference, Sun Belt Conference15,712
Olivia6/30/2015Arizona State UniversityYes
Olivia7/7/2015Auburn University (Auburn Campus)NoDoesn't specifyCallerAnyoneThe University pursues a policy of limited immunityfor students who offer help to others in need SamaritanTitle IX Document
Olivia5/28/2015Augustana CollegeNoAllCaller & VictimAllNo disciplinary action for the sole violation of an alcohol or other drug violation as long as there is cooperation with school officals AmnestyStudent HandbookNoAugieSD57197PrivateNSIC
Olivia5/28/2015Aurora UniversityNoAllCaller & VictimAllConsequences will be mitigated or eliminated if the victim or caller meet with the Dean of Student Life within 2 days of the incident and comply with any recommended drug and alcohol education or treatment. Samaritan Policynew student guideNoAuroraIL60506Private1974Tier 3 Master's MW
Olivia5/28/15Babson CollegeNoAllCaller & Victim (limited)Medical & StaffNone for Caller, for victim if a continued offender subject to displinary action Amnesty Student HandbookNoBabsonMA2457Private1,851
Olivia5/28/2015Ball State UniversityNoAllCaller911 or otherCaller subject to judgment of the designated hearing officer in order to be waived from discipline Neighbor ExceptionCode of Student RightsNoBall StIN47306Public16694Tier 3
Olivia5/28/2015Bard CollegeNoAllCaller & VictimAllSpecial consideration for policy infractions will be given in cases where students voluntarily seek medical attention DrinkingStudent HandbookNoStudents should help so that they can "discourage the behavior "BardNY12504PrivateEpiscopal Church
Olivia5/28/2015Barnard CollegeNoAllCaller & VictimAllAlcohol and Substance Awareness Program assessment required SamaritanEmailed, NewspaperNoYesBCNY10027Private
Olivia6/30/2015Barry UniversityYes
Olivia5/31/2015Baylor UniversityYesAlcoholCaller & Victimemergency medical assistanceIf you meet the criteria for the policy (minor is the first person to request emergency medical assistance in response to the possible alcohol overdose of the minor or another person, and remains on the scene until the medical assistance arrives, and cooperates with medical assistance and law enforcement personnel) you do not face criminal prosecution Lifeline Lawbarely advertised on website, hard to findNoThis university does not seem to have a good samaritan policy, they just follow Texas state lawBaylorTX76798PrivateBig 12, ASAIHL, Baptist General Convention of Texas11,
Olivia5/31/2015Beloit CollegeNoAllCaller & VictimAllNo guranteened immunity but being Good Samaritan is taken into consideration SamaritanWebsite DocNoBeloitWI53511PrivateUnited Church of Christ
Olivia5/31/2015Benedictine UniversityNoAlcoholCaller & VictimUniversity officialsNo sanctions Samaritanstudent housing contract and on website linkNoBenedictineIL60532PrivateAssociation of Benedictine Colleges and Universities, Roman Catholic Church299343 Tier 1 Master's MW
Olivia6/30/2015Berea CollegeYesAllVictimcollege health servicesNo disciplinary action Handbook
Olivia6/30/2015Boise State UniversityYesAllCaller & Victimuniversity offials No conduct charges filed, university will provide educational options, rather than punishment ProtocolStudent Rights and Responsibilities
Olivia5/31/2015Boston CollegeNoAllCaller & Victim911 or university officialsRequired to complete certain educational and/or counseling initiatives and pay medical fees, repeated patterns of seeking help for alcohol and drug related medical emergencies may require further medical review and/or treatment up to mandated medical leaves of absence Seeking Policystudent guide, websiteNoBCMA0-2467PrivateAJCU, 568 Group, Roman Catholic9,100
Olivia5/31/2015Boston UniversityNoAllCaller & Victimmedical assistance"Student ordinarily will not be subject to University disciplinary sanctions for possession or use of that substance so long as the student completes all education and counseling programs recommended by the University" "Lifebook", on website YesN10/29/09"ordinarily" is vague, hard to say that is is an actual medical amnesty policy because disciplinary action towards thr victim or caller for their substance use is still a possibility BUMA0-2215PrivateAssociation of American Universities18,534Tier 2 (#56)
Olivia6/30/2015Bowling Green State UniversityYes
Olivia5/31/15Bradley UniversityYesAlcoholCaller911 or campus policeNo disciplinary proceedings for the caller SamaritanStudent Handbook, websiteNoBradleyIL61625Private5,301
Olivia7/14/2015Brooklyn Law SchoolYes
Olivia5/31/2015Brown UniversityYesAllCaller & VictimBrown EMS"Requirement to meet with a Health Educator, because this is an important opportunity to understand what happened and to talk about harm reduction strategies. This appointment is free and confidential.",_tobacco,_&_other_drugs/law_and_policy_summary.phpmedical amnestyon website, difficult to fineNoBrownRI0-2902Private6,
Olivia5/31/2015Bucknell UniversityYesAlcoholCaller & VictimBucknell Public Safety, police, 911, Dean-on-Call, or residence life officialMay result in substance abuse assment, parental notification, written summary report of the incidence to be placed in the student file, or "educational opportunities to assist in avoiding future high risk situations", additional consequences for repeat offenders AmnestyStudent HandbookNo"Amnesty may not apply to students who persistently refuse to cooperate with medical, law enforcement or university personnel at the time of initial contact.", "Failure to complete appointments or follow-up as prescribed by a university official could result in the revocation of amnesty"Bucknell UPA17837Private
Olivia7/14/2015Butler UniversityYesAlcoholCallerEMS" Students who actively seek medical attention on the behalf of another due to a concern for that person’s intoxicated state and well-being will generally not be charged with a violation of University policy" section of alcohol policy in student handbook
Olivia5/31/15California Institute of TechnologyNoAlcoholCaller & VictimAnyoneDisciplinary action ordinarily will occur only if other circumstances indicating a violation of Institute policy exist Samaritan PolicyHonor Code, websiteNoCaltechCA91125Private978
Olivia7/14/2015California State University Long BeachYes
Olivia7/14/2015California State University Los AngelesYes
Olivia7/14/2015California State University-FullertonYes
Olivia6/1/2015Carnegie MellonNoAlcoholCaller & VictimCampus Police or EMSNo disciplinary/police action as long as caller stays with victim. Appropriate educational & developmental interventions are provided. Medical Assistance ProcedureAlcohol Policy on website, university police websiteNoCMUPA15213Private5,84922
Olivia7/14/2015Carroll UniveristyYesAll (ambiguous)Calleruniversity officialStudents involved in this process will have a meeting with an administrative conduct officer and may be expected to complete educational requirements as part of their sanctions PolicyStudent Handbook
Olivia7/14/2015Case Western Reserve UniversityYesAllCaller & VictimEMS, anyoneThe assisted student and organizations involved must agree to timely completion of assigned alcohol and/or drug education activities,* assessment, and/or treatment Amnesty PolicyStudent Handbook
Olivia7/14/2015Central Piedmont Community CollegeYes
Olivia6/1/15Centre CollegeNoAllCaller & VictimPublic Safety or Student Life OfficeCaller: none, Victim: alcohol education, substance abuse assessment, or "other remedial activities deemed appropriate", only protected under policy one time Samaritan & Medical Amnesty PolicyStudent Handbook, websiteNoCentreKY40422Private1,350
Olivia7/14/2015Chapman UniversityYesAllCaller & VictimMedical or other helpCaller: the incident will still be documented and educational interventions may be required as an alternative to conduct action; Victim: can only receive amnesty once, required to complete educational interventions Amnesty PolicyStudent Code of Conduct
Olivia7/14/2015Chemeketa Community CollegeYes
Olivia7/14/2015City College of New York BaruchYes
Olivia6/1/15Clark UniversityNoAllCaller & Victim911 or campus medical assistanceVictim is "expected to follow up appropriately with the Dean of Students Office and Health Services" as well as contact their parents/legal guardians who then have to confirm they have been notified by calling the Dean of Students Office Amnesty PolicyUndergraduate Student Handbook, on websiteNoClarkMA0-1610PrivateAAC&U, NAICU, NEASC, AICUM, NEWMAC, COWC2,203
Olivia6/1/2015Clemson UniversityYesAlcoholCaller & Victimemergency medical assistanceOnce/2yr period; victim required to meet with dean and participate in educational programs, caller may also. Does not go on judicial record Alcohol Amnesty PolicyStudent Handbook, on websiteYes2/29/08ClemsonSC29634Public14,09661
Olivia6/1/15Colgate UniversityNoAllCaller & VictimCampus Safety, Community Leader, Friend (All)Caller: none, Victim: parent/legal guardian and athletic and administrative notification AND educational referral or substance use evaluation Samaritan Policy (for caller) and Medical Amnesty Policy (for victim)Student Handbook, on websiteNoColgateNY13346PrivateMAISA2,825
Olivia6/1/15College of CharlestonYesAlcoholCaller & VictimEMS, student health servicesAmnesty is conditional and only applies if no other violations have been committed; many possible procedures, very detailed policy Samaritan/ Medical Amnesty PolicyStudent Handbook, announced by email, promoted by SSDP ChapterNovery detailedC of CSC29424Public9,866
Olivia7/14/2015College of DuPageYes
Olivia6/1/15College of the Holy CrossYesAllCaller & VictimPublic Safety of Residence Life StaffNo disciplinary action for either, Vitctim: required to have a follow up meeting with the Director of Student Conduct & Community Standard or another
member of the Student Life staff AND complete alcohol or drug education facilitated by the Office of Wellness Programming, and may also be referred to an outside program/counselor for substance abuse evaluation and/or appropriate treatment Samaritan PolicyStudent HandbookNoHoly CrossMA1610Private2,872
Olivia6/1/15College of William and MaryNoAllCaller & Victim911, campus police, or reisdence life officialThe intoxicated student (and possibly those who were attending to/assisting the student) are required to meet with the Dean of Students staff who may issue educational requirements such as alcoho/drug education, counseling, and/or a substance abuse assessment PolicyStudent Handbook, websiteNoW and MVA23187Public6,071
Olivia6/2/15Colorado CollegeNoAlcoholCaller & VictimAnyMeet with CC professionals to discuss the situation and any concerning behaviors; very vague as to what circumstances warrant a reprive from sanctions, determined by CC professionals from SanctionsStudent Guide, Student Code of ConductNoCCCO80903Private
Olivia7/14/2015Colorado Mesa UniversityYesAllCaller & Victimlocal or state police, community safety officer, residence life staff, or other medical professionalsAll intoxicated students must agree to a timely conversation or evaluation of their alcohol/drug use with the Coordinator of Student Conduct or Residence Life staff member and complete any recommended educational activities, assessment, and/or treatment Amnesty/ Good Samaritan PolicyStudent Handbook
Olivia7/14/2015Colorado School of MinesYes
Olivia6/2/15Columbia UniversityNoAllCaller & VictimPublic Safety, CU-EMSNo disciplinary action; Victim: mandatory meeting with Residential Life, required to attend BASICS (Brief Alcohol Screening and Intervention for College Students), and additional referrals depending on the severity such as alcohol/drug assessments, appointments with an appropriate specialist, and/or community service Community Action PolicyGuide to Living, housing policies on websiteyesSeptember, 2011ColumbiaNY10027PrivateMAISA; AAU7,934
Olivia7/15/2014Columbus State UniversityYes
Olivia6/30/2015Connecticut CollegeNoAllCaller & Victimmust meet with the dean for possible follow-up eductaion amnestyConnCTPrivateNESCAC, CWPA1,933
Olivia6/2/2015Cornell CollegeYesAllCallerAnyone impliedLimited immunity, educational instead of disciplinary response. Samaritan StatementStudent Policies and Information, on websiteNoCornellIA52314Private
Olivia6/2/2015Cornell UniversityNoAllCaller & VictimAny medical assistanceassigned alcohol and/or drug education activities, assessment/treatment - failure to complete will normally result in revocation of amnesty Samaritan ProtocolDedicated page at university health services siteNo2002CornellNY14853PrivateIvy League, AAU13,
Olivia7/14/2015CUNY School of LawYesAllCaller & VictimEMS, 911Students involved must agree to timely completion of assigned alcohol and/or drug education activities, assessment, and/or treatment Samaritan/ Medical AmnestyStudent Handbook and CUNY Memorandum
Olivia6/2/2015Dartmouth CollegeYesAlcoholCaller & VictimCampus Police or EMSMust complete recommended alcohol education activities, assessment, and/or treatment to avoid disciplinary action; "repeated incidents will prompt a higher degree of medical concern" Samaritan PolicyDedicated page at Dean of College's website, standards of conductNoDartmouthNH3755PrivateUniversity of the Arctic, Matariki Network of Universities, Ivy League4,16411
Olivia6/2/15Davidson CollegeNoAlcoholCalleranyone impliedCall for help "will be considered a mitigating circumstance when sanctions are imposed" Samaritan Sutdent Handbook, wesbiteNoDavidsonNC28036Private1,756
Olivia6/2/15Denison UniversityNoAllCaller & VictimAnyVictim: meet with coordinator for health education, possible further assignments Assistance Policyspecific document under "forms" on websiteNoDenisonOH43023Private2,132
Olivia7/14/2015Depaul UniversityYes
Olivia6/2/2015DePauw UniversityNoAlcoholCaller & OrganizationAnyoneCaller will not be held accountable through the Community Standards process for policy violations connected to that specific situation Community ClauseStudent Handbook, websiteNoDePauwIN46135Private
Olivia7/10/2015Diablo Valley CollegeYes
Olivia6/2/2015Dickinson CollegeYesAlcoholCallerAnyoneMust be first to call, must give name, must remain with victim AmnestyStudent HandbookYesDickinsonPA17013Private
Olivia6/2/2015Drake UniversityNoAllCaller & VictimEMS (amnesty not applicable when found by university official)Substance abuse evaluation and/or treatment AmnestyStudent Handbook, websiteNoSSDP working on getting word out on policy. 7/15/08DrakePrivate3,4415 Tier 1 Master's MW
Olivia6/2/15Drew UniversityNoAllCaller & VictimResidence Life staff, Public Safety officers, medical professionals, and/or local or state policeMust complete an assessment/evaluation with the Alcohol and Other Drug Counselor in a timely manner AND meet with a member of the Residence Life, Housing and Community Standards staff"Good Samaritan" Medical AmnestyStudent HandbookDrewNJ7949Private
Olivia6/2/2015Duke UniversityYesAlcoholCaller & VictimCampus Police, Student Health, EMSVictim may be required meet with a substance abuse specialist for education, assessment, and possible referral for treatment; may also be rewuired to complete an educational assignment; parents of underage students may be notified and Safety InterventionStudent Conduct, websiteDukeNC27701PrivateAAU, COFHE, 568 Group, URA, CDIO63948
Olivia6/2/15Duquesne UniversityNoAllCaller & VictimOffice of Public Safety, off-campus: 911Victim/intoxicated students must complete any recommended alcohol/drug education activities, assessment, and/or treatment in a timely manner Samaritan PolicyStudent Code BookDuquesnePN15282PrivateAtlantic 10 Conference, Northeast Conference5,858
Olivia7/10/2015East Carolina UniversityYesAlcoholCaller & VictimEMS, university officialsStudents may be required to successfully complete a substance abuse assessment or undergo other educational activities or medical courses of treatment as deemed appropriate; if under 21 parents are notified; amnesty only granted once per year Samaritan Regulationpolicy document on website5/28/2014
Olivia6/2/15East Stroudsburg UniversityNoAllCaller & VictimUniversity Police or residence hall officialVictim must complete an evaluation and any recommended treatment at the University Counseling and Psychological Services center within a reasonable time frame amnestyon website, difficult to findESUPA18301Public6,099
Olivia7/10/2015East Tennessee State UniversityYes
Olivia7/14/2015Eastern Connecticut State UniversityYesAllCaller911, Resident Assistant, Hall DirectorThey may not be subject to the typical judicial sanctions for a violation of the alcohol and drug policy, as long as they comply with all assessments and follow-up required by Judicial Affairs Samaritan StatementStudent Handbook
Olivia7/14/2015Eastern Michigan UniversityYes
Olivia6/2/15Eckerd CollegeYesAllCaller & VictimAnyoneLimited immunity, education, assesment and treatment (no conduct procedures or outcomes will result) Samaritan/ Medical Amnestyon website, link off Title XI sectionEckerdFL33711PrivatePresbyterian Church (USA)
Olivia6/2/15Elizabethtown CollegeNoAllCaller & VictimCampus Security or 911Victim: required to meet with the Director of Student Wellness, may be referred for substance abuse evaluation and/or treatment; Caller: may be interviewed by the Dean of Students and may be required to complete educational programs Amnesty ProvisionStudent HandbookElizabethtownPA17022Private2,082
Olivia6/2/2015Elmira CollegeNoAlcoholCallerResidence Life staff or campus securityNo sanctions for caller, victim may be subject to disciplinary action Samaritan PolicyStudent HandbookElmiraNY14901Private1,4845 Tier 1 Bacc. Colleges NThe Octagon
Olivia6/2/2015Elon UniversityNoAllCaller with Lessened Consequences for VictimMedical officialStudents seeking help will not be found accountable of violating the school's alcohol/drug use policy; student receiving help will complete a substance abuse assessment and participate in any recommended treatment, other consequences Samaritan Policy/ Medical Safety PolicyStudent HandbookElonNC27244Private4,9392 Tier 1 Master's Colleges S
Olivia6/2/2015Emerson CollegeNoAllCaller & Victim911, campus police, RA, etc. (anyone)Victim: parental notification and referral to meet with Counseling and Psychological Services and Wellness Educator AmnestyStudent Handbook, website2/18/09EmersonMA0-2116PrivateProArts Consortium, New England Association of Schools and Colleges3,47615 Tier 1 Master's N
Olivia6/2/2015Emory UniversityYesAllCaller & Victimmedical officialMust meet with campus officials within 5 days of incident or amnesty is revoked--must comply with their recommendations. Individuals and organizations that purposefully do not seek help will be punished. , Amnestyoffice of student conduct website, office of health promotion websiteEmoryGA30322PrivateSouthern Association of Colleges and Schools, AAU5,
Olivia7/7/2015Estrella Mountain Community CollegeYes
Olivia7/7/2015Everett Community CollegeYes
Olivia6/30/2015Evergreen State CollegeYes?None911 and otherStudents must attend alcohol abuse prevention class on a first offense; additional violations will result in additional sanctions, including community service, restrictions on campus access, suspension or expulsion.,468
Olivia6/9/15Fairfield UniversityNoAllCallerHealth Center, university officialsNot subject to formal disciplinary action amnestyStudent HandbookFairfieldCT6824PrivateAJCU NEASC3,835
Olivia7/7/2015Fitchburg State UniversityYes
Olivia6/9/15Florida Atlantic UniversityNoAllCaller & Victim911 statedVictim is required to meet with staff from wellness office and must complete any recommended assessment, counseling, or treatment amnestyDean of Students linkFAUFL33431PublicAACSB, NASULGC, NSGCFP, SACS, SUSF, ORAU23,613
Olivia7/7/2015Florida Gulf Coast UniversityYes
Olivia7/7/2015Florida International UniversityYesAllCaller & VictimMedical AssistanceNot charged with alcohol/drug possession violations Handbook
Olivia6/3/15Florida State UniversityYesAllCaller & Victim911 or campus policeReuired to meet with Dean of Students or Student Housing staff within 5 days of the incident then complete any recommended educational actions such as: parental notification, an alcohol education workshop and/or meeting with an alcohol and other drug counselor, and a written project Amnesty Policydedicated pdf doc from students rights and responsibiilities website Yes8/1/2012FSUFL32306Public31,851
Olivia6/9/2015Fordham UniversityNoAllCaller & VictimPublic Safety or Residential Life StaffCaller: may require follow up meeting with staff; Victim: required follow up meeting with staff, must complete BASICS intervention program, parents/guardians are contacted, and may also be referred to further substance abuse evaluation and treatment Amnesty PolicyOffice of Substance Abuse Prevention and Student Support websiteFordhamNY10023Private7,65261
Olivia6/9/2015Franklin & Marshall CollegeNoAlcoholCaller & VictimPublic Safetyhealth and well being interventions may still occur Amnesty PolicyCollege Life ManualF&MPA17604Private2,10442 Tier 1 Lib. Arts
Olivia6/9/2015Franklin Pierce UniversityNoAllCaller & VictimAnymust meet with representative from the Division of Student Affairs within 2 days of the incident and agree to complete any recommended assessment or treatment plan Amnesty/Good Samaritan PolicyStudent HandbookYEMS, campus safety, and administrators show open support for policyFrankPPrivate1704Tier 4 Lib. Arts
Olivia6/9/2015Furman UniversityNoAllCaller & VictimUniversity officials, such as Student Life, Housing and Residence Life, University Police, Counseling Center, or Health Services.required to meet with Dean of Students and given an opportunity to comply with recommendations (may include notifying parents, attending an alcohol education program, or any other recommendation deemed appropriate) PolicyStudent HandbookFurmanSC29613PrivateSouthern Conference2,77437 Tier 1 Lib. Arts
Olivia6/3/15George Washington UniversityYesAlcoholCaller & Victim911, campus police/ emergency medical response groupRequired to meet with university staff for an educational conversation, assessment, and potential referral for additional services, as well as pay a monetary amnesty fee Medical Amnesty Program/ Good Samaritan StatementWebsite, Civility and Community Standards,70153
Olivia7/7/2015George Washington University Law SchoolYesAlcoholCaller & Victim911, campus police/ emergency medical response groupRequired to meet with university staff for an educational conversation, assessment, and potential referral for additional services, as well as pay a monetary amnesty fee Medical Amnesty Program/ Good Samaritan StatementWebsite, Civility and Community Standards
Olivia7/7/2015Georgetown UniversityYes
Olivia6/3/2015Georgia College & State UniversityYesAllCaller & VictimAnyoneStudent subsequently completes a screening from University Counseling Services and any recommended treatment PolicyUniversity WebsiteNoGCSUGA31061PublicUniversity System of Georgia
Olivia6/3/2015Georgia Institute of TechnologyYesAlcoholCaller, Victim & Organizationcampus staff or EMSMust agree to complete any recommended education and/or treatment, parental notification Samaritan ProvisionOffice of Student Integrity WebsiteNoYesGeorgia TechGA30332PublicAAU, USG
Olivia7/7/2015Georgia Peremiter CollegeYes
Olivia7/7/2015Georgia State UniversityYes
Olivia6/9/2015Gettysburg CollegeNoAlcoholCaller & VictimPublic SafetyNo consequences if caller is the first to contact public safety, provides their name, and stays with the victim until assistance arrives; Victim: Parental/Coach/Academic Advisor Notification and counseling assessment AmnestyStudent HandbookNoGettysburgPA17325Private2,49749 Tier 1 Lib. ArtsThe Gettysburgian
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