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Rationales & Strategies

Below is detailed information pertaining to each question posed in the NDSU Alcohol Risk Management Assessment Checklist. Refer to the information corresponding to the specific questions to which you answered YES in Part 1 and 2 and to which you answered NO in Part 3. The information below offers rationale for the current NDSU policy located in the Rights and Responsibilities of Community: A Code of Student Behavior and strategies to reduce the risk of the organized event.

Part 1: Is This Event A Third-Party Vendor Co-Sponsored Event?

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Rationale

By co-sponsoring an event with an alcohol distributor/tavern it may be perceived that the student organization/Greek chapter is encouraging individuals (specifically students) to consume alcohol. While the values and goals of NDSU student organizations/Greek chapters vary from one to another, as a University and as student organizations/Greek chapters affiliated with NDSU, alcohol consumption (especially consumption by under age individuals) is not condoned as one of those values. NDSU is an educational institution dedicated to the pursuit of excellence, the promotion of academic achievement and the advancement of knowledge. Because of the University’s interest in the intellectual, physical and psychological well-being of the campus community, it is important that the University and registered student organizations/Greek chapters take steps to curtail the abusive and illegal use of alcoholic beverages.When a student organization/Greek chapter enters into a co-sponsored event with an alcohol distributor/tavern (e.g. TAVERN NAME’s event/dance sponsored by STUDENT ORGANIZATION), it becomes very difficult to manage the risk involved in what easily may become an open event where alcohol is present. Should this occur, the student organization/Greek chapter would be in violation of NDSU policy.

NDSU Policy Reference

4.3.6

Open parties, events with unrestricted access by nonmembers of the organization without specific invitations, are prohibited by the University (if alcohol is present at the event).

Strategies

When promoting a student organization/Greek chapter-sponsored event, it is best to promote it so there is no mistake that the specific organization/chapter is its sole sponsor.

Student organizations/Greek chapters should not enter into a contract with a third-party vendor that allows that vendor to promote the event to the general public – it will most likely be perceived as an open event and a co-sponsored event with the vendor.

When promoting the event, make reference to the alcohol distributor’s/tavern’s name in only the event location portion of the promotional materials.


Part 2: Is This Event A Closed Event?


If the student organization event is hosting a closed event which includes beverage service in which alcohol is given away, sold:

4.3.6

Members of the organization are not issuing an unlimited number of invitations to the general public or campus community.Rationale The safety of University community members and their guests is paramount, whether the organization event is being held on or off campus.

NDSU Policy Reference

4.3.6

Open parties, events with unrestricted access by nonmembers of the organization without specific invitations, are prohibited by the University (if alcohol is present at the event).

4.2

Willful failure to follow safety standards is prohibited.

5.11.6

Creating a risk of bodily harm, or falsely creating the impression of risk of bodily harm, to any NDSU faculty, staff, students or guests is prohibited.

Strategies

If alcohol is present at the organization event, the student organization event planners must make every effort to see that either (1) the consumption of alcohol is separate from the event venue or (2) the event is closed to the general public.

It is always helpful for an organization to know the fire code occupancy limits of any venue in which they are hosting events and attempt to stay within those limits.



4.3.6.2

An invitation/guest list has been generated, will be present at the entrance and checked when guests arrive at the event.Rationale The safety of University community members and their guests is paramount, whether the organization event is being held on or off campus.

NDSU Policy Reference

4.3.6

Open parties, events with unrestricted access by nonmembers of the organization without specific invitations, are prohibited by the University (if alcohol is present at the event).

4.2

Willful failure to follow safety standards is prohibited.

5.11.6

Creating a risk of bodily harm, or falsely creating the impression of risk of bodily harm, to any NDSU faculty, staff, students or guests is prohibited.

Strategies

The benefit of having a guest list is that: (1) one has an accurate count of the number of persons attending the event; (2) one can plan your event based on the number of persons planning to attend; (3) it makes the event a “closed” event; (4) if something unfortunate were to happen at the event, one has a record of all who were in attendance.

All members and guests must be registered and checked off at the door. These guests must be registered in writing, by name, on an official guest list before the function begins. Guest lists should be included with the NDSU Alcohol Event Risk Management Planning Notification Form.

Guests lists should include the guest’s name and age and/or birthday. Guest lists should be typed and should not be copies of pages out of a phone directory.

It is suggested that the original master registration list be kept on file by the student organization/Greek chapter for one calendar year.

Please note that a sign-up list is not a true guest list. An individual can sign-in under anyone’s name. It also gives the appearance that the event is open to the general public.

Hiring security for your planned event is one of the best ways to monitor and enforce a guest list. It is challenging for members to turn away friends, alumni, etc. which are not on the predetermined list.



4.3.6

The venue will not be open to the general public during the event.Rationale The safety of University community members and their guests is paramount, whether the organization event is being held on or off campus. When an event is open to the general public, the responsibility for that event by its attendees decreases. Whenever inviting persons to an event, a student organization will want to invite persons who have a vested interest in helping to preserve the organization and its events.

NDSU Policy Reference

4.3.6

Open parties, events with unrestricted access by nonmembers of the organization without specific invitations, are prohibited by the University (if alcohol is present at the event).

4.2

Willful failure to follow safety standards is prohibited.

5.11.6

Creating a risk of bodily harm, or falsely creating the impression of risk of bodily harm, to any NDSU faculty, staff, students or guests is prohibited.

Strategies

By utilizing the strategies presented in previous policies (attendee invitation and guest list maintenance), the student organization will be able to ensure the event was not promoted as an open event for the general public.

Avoid posting any general announcement (poster, flyer, etc.) of the event in public venues so as to avoid the interpretation of that general announcement to mean the event is open to the general public.

Since the event is a closed event, it is best to send out personal invitations to each individual listed on the predetermined guest list.




If tickets are sold, there will not be an unlimited number of tickets sold.

Rationale

The safety of University community members and their guests is paramount, whether the organization event is being held on or off campus.

NDSU Policy Reference

4.3.6

Open parties, events with unrestricted access by nonmembers of the organization without specific invitations, are prohibited by the University (if alcohol is present at the event).

4.2

Willful failure to follow safety standards is prohibited.

5.11.6 Creating a risk of bodily harm, or falsely creating the impression of risk of bodily harm, to any NDSU faculty, staff, students or guests is prohibited.

Strategies

It remains paramount that an organization is informed of the fire code safety of any venue in which they are holding an event. It is also paramount that a reasonable number of tickets be sold so as to not exceed this maximum event occupancy.




No other venues (i.e. ticket office, tavern) other than members of the organization are selling tickets to the event.

Rationale

When other venues other than the student organization are selling tickets to an event, it becomes very difficult to monitor those that will be attending and will be perceived as an open co-sponsored event with an alcohol distributor/tavern. When a student organization enters into a co-sponsored event with an alcohol distributor/tavern (e.g. TAVERN NAME’s event/dance sponsored by STUDENT ORGANIZATION), it becomes very difficult to manage the risk involved in what easily may become an open event where alcohol is present. Should this occur, the student organization would then be in violation of NDSU policy.

NDSU Policy Reference

4.3.6

Open parties, events with unrestricted access by nonmembers of the organization without specific invitations, are prohibited by the University (if alcohol is present at the event).

Strategies

Only members of the organization should be assigned a set number of tickets and only those members be allowed to sell tickets. Members are not to distribute tickets in a pyramid fashion to friends and associates, who in turn would then sell them. Transactions of ticket sales should only occur between members of the organization sponsoring the event and the attendees.




Tickets are not being sold to the general public, but only to specific individuals or groups that are listed on the invitation/guest list (see 2.2 above).

Rationale

When other venues other than the student organization are selling tickets to an event, it becomes very difficult to monitor those that will be attending and will be perceived as an open co-sponsored event with an alcohol distributor/tavern. When a student organization enters into a co-sponsored event with an alcohol distributor/tavern (e.g. TAVERN NAME’s event/dance sponsored by STUDENT ORGANIZATION), it becomes very difficult to manage the risk involved in what easily may become an open event where alcohol is present. Should this occur, the student organization would be in violation of NDSU policy.

NDSU Policy Reference

4.3.6

Open parties, events with unrestricted access by nonmembers of the organization without specific invitations, are prohibited by the University (if alcohol is present at the event).

4.2

Willful failure to follow safety standards is prohibited.

5.11.6

Creating a risk of bodily harm, or falsely creating the impression of risk of bodily harm, to any NDSU faculty, staff, students or guests is prohibited.

Strategies

It remains paramount that an organization is informed of the fire code safety of any venue in which they are holding an event. It is also paramount that a reasonable number of tickets be sold so as to not exceed this maximum event occupancy.




Names, addresses and other identifiable information of those purchasing tickets will be collected by the student organization prior to the scheduled event.

Rationale

The safety of University community members and their guests is paramount, whether the organization event is being held on or off campus.

NDSU Policy Reference

4.3.6

Open parties, events with unrestricted access by nonmembers of the organization without specific invitations, are prohibited by the University (if alcohol is present at the event).

4.2

Willful failure to follow safety standards is prohibited.

5.11.6

Creating a risk of bodily harm, or falsely creating the impression of risk of bodily harm, to any NDSU faculty, staff, students or guests is prohibited.

Strategies

The benefit of having a guest list is that: (1) one has an accurate count of the number of persons attending the event; (2) one can plan your event based on the number of persons planning to attend; (3) it makes the event a “closed” event; (4) if something unfortunate were to happen at the event, one has a record of all who were in attendance.

All members and guests must be registered and checked off at the door. These guests must be registered in writing, by name, on an official guest list before the function begins. Guest lists should be included with the NDSU Alcohol Event Risk Management Planning Notification Form.

Guests lists should include the guest’s name and age and/or birthday. Guest lists should be typed and should not be copies of pages out of a phone directory.Ø It is suggested that the original master registration list be kept on file by the student organization/Greek chapter for one academic year.

Please note that a sign-up list is not a true guest list. An individual can sign-in under anyone’s name. It also gives the appearance that the event is open to the general public.

Hiring security for your planned event is one of the best ways to monitor and enforce a guest list. It is challenging for members to turn away friends, alumni, etc. who are not on the predetermined list.


Attendees presenting tickets will be checked against the invitation/guest list prior to entry into the event.

Rationale

Whenever inviting persons to an event, a student organization will want to invite persons who have a vested interest in helping to preserve the organization and its events. For some unexplainable reason, the choices that people make when they are drinking are not usually the same as the choices they make when they are sober.

NDSU Policy Reference

4.3.6

Open parties, events with unrestricted access by nonmembers of the organization without specific invitations, are prohibited by the University (if alcohol is present at the event).

Strategies

All members and guests invited should be registered and checked off at the entrance of the event venue. These guests should be registered in writing, by name, on an official guest list before the function begins, and the original master registration list should be kept on file by the chapter/organization president for one academic year.

Sign-in lists are not a true guest list. An individual can sign in under anyone’s name. It also has the perception that the event is open to the general public.

Guest lists should include the guest’s name and age and/or birthday.

Guest lists should be typed and should not be copies of chapter/organization rosters or pages out of a phone book.

Hiring a security officer is a good way to monitor a guest list. It is challenging for members to turn away friends, alumni, etc. that are not on the pre-determined guest list.


4.3.6

The event is not being advertised to the general public nor is there an appearance that the event is open to the general public.

Rationale

When other venues other than the student organization are promoting an event, it will be perceived as an open co-sponsored event with an alcohol distributor/tavern. When a student organization enters into a co-sponsored event with an alcohol distributor/tavern (e.g. TAVERN NAME’s event/dance sponsored by STUDENT ORGANIZATION), it becomes very difficult to manage the risk involved in what easily may become an open event where alcohol is present. Should this occur, the student organization would be in violation of NDSU policy.

NDSU Policy Reference

4.3.6

Open parties, events with unrestricted access by nonmembers of the organization without specific invitations, are prohibited by the University (if alcohol is present at the event).

Strategies

By utilizing the strategies previously presented (attendee invitation and guest list maintenance), the student organization will be able to ensure the event was not promoted as an open event for the general public.

Avoid posting any general announcement (poster, flyer, etc.) of the event in public venues so as to avoid the interpretation of that general announcement to mean the event is open to the general public.

Since the event is a closed event, it is best to send out personal invitations to each individual listed on the predetermined guest list.


Part 3: Is This Event A Well Managed Event? 7.6

If the student organization event is hosting an event:

 

There is an overall contact person/coordinator identified as responsible for this event.

Rationale

It is important that the event venue sponsor (third-party vendor) have an individual, who is considered the overall contact person/coordinator, with which to be in contact and plan the organization’s event.

NDSU Policy Reference

There is no direct policy reference to this specific risk management element.

Strategies

Although student organizations/Greek chapters may have several coordinators of a particular event, it is helpful to have one individual identified as the overall contact person/coordinator for the event being sponsored. Be sure to share this information not only on the Event Risk Management Planning Notification Form, but also inform the organization’s/chapter’s advisor. The advisor will be a helpful resource in planning events and assessing risk (see 3.2 below).


7.4

There is presently an active advisor for the student organization.

Rationale

The advisor of a student organization can serve as a helpful resource in further understanding the potential impact of risk management on an organization, its officers and members.

NDSU Policy Reference

7.4

A registration form with the following… (3) The name and signature of an adviser, selected from the faculty or staff; or another designee as approved by the Student Activities Office staff…

Strategies

Always be sure to share the NDSU Event Risk Management Assessment and Notification Process packet with the organization’s advisor. Go over each item within the inventory presented on pages 7-8 and how the organization intends to address each inventory item.

Be sure the organizational advisor understands that he/she will need to provide their signature, as a sign of approval, on the notification form (pages 3-6). In signing this notification form, they acknowledge: “As officer/advisor of the organization/chapter involved, we verify that all required elements on this notification form will be followed. We understand that if any of these required elements are neglected or if any of University policies are violated, my organization/chapter will be held accountable.”


7.6

A specific location has been secured for the event.

Rationale

Events that are well planned and well managed are not developed at a moment’s notice. Events that are well planned and well managed need a specific location, time and date reserved. In this spirit, the University does not support the advancement of “rave” events or activities. Student organization/Greek chapter events must have a specific location to be advertised and promoted.

NDSU Policy Reference

There is no direct policy reference to this specific risk management element.

Strategies

It is recommended that a student organization/Greek chapter have a secured/reserved location for their event at least one month prior to the hosting of the event.

It is recommended that agreements between third-party vendors and student organizations/Greek chapters concerning secured/reserved locations be in writing.


Professional security will be provided for the event.

Rationale

The safety of University community members and their guests is paramount, whether the organization event is being held on or off campus. In this light, a student organization should never rely on its own membership to provide adequate security for an off-campus open or closed event.

NDSU Policy Reference

4.2

Willful failure to follow safety standards is prohibited.

5.11.6

Creating a risk of bodily harm, or falsely creating the impression of risk of bodily harm, to any NDSU faculty, staff, students or guests is prohibited.

Strategies

It is recommended that student organizations/Greek chapters hire professional security to assist with the monitoring and patrolling of their sponsored event.

It is recommended that student organizations/Greek chapters engage in a thorough discussion with the security agency as to what would be considered reasonable security for the anticipated attendance at the event venue.

It is recommended that student organizations/Greek chapters have a concrete plan as to (1) how to manage security issues at open and closed events and (2) how to manage security surrounding alcohol access at closed events. Specific security expectations should be jointly agreed upon – and in writing – between the student organization/Greek chapter and the security agency hired for the event.


7.6

There is an estimated attendance for the event.

Rationale

The safety of University community members and their guests is paramount, whether the organization event is being held on or off campus.

NDSU Policy Reference

4.3.6

Open parties, events with unrestricted access by nonmembers of the organization without specific invitations, are prohibited by the University (if alcohol is present at the event).

4.2

Willful failure to follow safety standards is prohibited.

5.11.6

Creating a risk of bodily harm, or falsely creating the impression of risk of bodily harm, to any NDSU faculty, staff, students or guests is prohibited.

Strategies

If alcohol is present at the organization event, the student organization event planners must make every effort to see that either (1) the consumption of alcohol is separate from the event venue or (2) the event is closed to the general public.

It is always helpful for an organization to know the fire code occupancy limits of any venue in which they are hosting events and attempt to stay within those limits.


7.6

The estimated attendance is within the fire code safety requirements for the venue event.

Rationale

The safety of University community members and their guests is paramount, whether the organization event is being held on or off campus.

NDSU Policy Reference

4.3.6

Open parties, events with unrestricted access by nonmembers of the organization without specific invitations, are prohibited by the University (if alcohol is present at the event).

4.2

Willful failure to follow safety standards is prohibited.

5.11.6

Creating a risk of bodily harm, or falsely creating the impression of risk of bodily harm, to any NDSU faculty, staff, students or guests is prohibited.

Strategies

If alcohol is present at the organization event, the student organization event planners must make every effort to see that either (1) the consumption of alcohol is separate from the event venue or (2) the event is closed to the general public.

It is always helpful for an organization to know the fire code occupancy limits of any venue in which they are hosting events and attempt to stay within those limits.


4.3.6.1

Attendance is limited.

Rationale

The safety of University community members and their guests is paramount, whether the organization event is being held on or off campus.

NDSU Policy Reference

4.3.6

Open parties, events with unrestricted access by nonmembers of the organization without specific invitations, are prohibited by the University (if alcohol is present at the event).

4.2

Willful failure to follow safety standards is prohibited.

5.11.6

Creating a risk of bodily harm, or falsely creating the impression of risk of bodily harm, to any NDSU faculty, staff, students or guests is prohibited.

Strategies

If alcohol is present at the organization event, the student organization event planners must make every effort to see that either (1) the consumption of alcohol is separate from the event venue or (2) the event is closed to the general public.

It is always helpful for an organization to know the fire code occupancy limits of any venue in which they are hosting events and attempt to stay within those limits.


4.3.6.2

A guest list will be maintained.

Rationale

Whenever inviting persons to an event, a student organization will want to invite persons who have a vested interest in helping to preserve the organization and its events. For some unexplainable reason, the choices that people make when they are drinking are not usually the same as the choices they make when they are sober.

NDSU Policy Reference

4.3.6

Open parties, events with unrestricted access by nonmembers of the organization without specific invitations, are prohibited by the University (if alcohol is present at the event).

Strategies

All members and guests invited should be registered and checked off at the entrance of the event venue. These guests should be registered in writing, by name, on an official guest list before the function begins, and the original master registration list should be kept on file by the chapter/organization president for one academic year.

Sign-in lists are not a true guest list. An individual can sign in under anyone’s name. It also has the perception that the event is open to the general public.

Guest lists should include the guest’s name and age and/or birthday.

Guest lists should be typed and should not be copies of chapter/organization rosters or pages out of a phone book.

Hiring a security officer is a good way to monitor a guest list. It is challenging for members to turn away friends, alumni, etc. that are not on the pre-determined guest list.


There will be sober monitors (in addition to security identified in 3.4) for the event.

Rationale

The safety of University community members and their guests is paramount, whether the organization event is being held on or off campus. And although it is advised that professional security be secured (identified in 3.4 above), it also important for the organization to also assume responsibility for the monitoring of its own event.

NDSU Policy Reference

4.2

Willful failure to follow safety standards is prohibited.

Strategies

The student organization/Greek chapter should identify as many sober monitors as it feels is reasonable for the anticipated attendance.

The identified sober monitors should be listed on a sheet of paper, kept on hand and a copy presented to the security personnel at the event venue.

All sober monitors should be told that “sober” means that there are to be no alcoholic beverages embibed by those monitors prior to or during the event itself.


4.3.4

There is safe and sober transportation provided for the event.

Rationale

The safety of University community members and their guests is paramount, whether the organization event is being held on or off campus. And although each person must take personal responsibility for their actions, it is also advised that safe and sober transportation be secured and/or identified when that personal responsibility is impaired by poor judgment.

NDSU Policy Reference

4.2

Willful failure to follow safety standards is prohibited.

Strategies

It is advised that organization members not drive intoxicated individuals to or from the event venue due to safety issues and increased personal liability.

Although it is not required, it is advised that student organizations/Greek chapters that will be hosting closed events where alcohol is present seriously consider renting safe and sober third-party transportation (i.e. bus or shuttle service).

Student organizations/Greek chapters are not required to fund safe and sober transportation to its event. However, if the student organization is not able to afford such transportation, then the organization should make information available to all event attendees as to safe and sober transportation (Ii.e. taxi service) provided by the city.


There will be an event briefing prior to the event itself.

Rationale

As with the undertaking of any major social event, communication is vital. It is important to brief all personnel and organization members involved in the execution of the event. Hosting an event briefing prior to the event itself and discussing all potential risks – and the expected response – can be very helpful. It is important to discuss the specific roles and responsibilities of organization members and hired security throughout the event as well.

NDSU Policy Reference

4.2

Willful failure to follow safety standards is prohibited.

Strategies

The event briefing is an opportunity for all parties involved in the hosting of the off-campus open or closed event to be able to clearly understand:· The official responsibilities of all parties (bartending service, professional security, third-party vendor, sober monitors, etc.) before, during and after the event.· Scenarios that have the potential for occurring at the event and specific strategies employed by the various parties involved in the event.

It would be helpful for the student organization to be able to articulate what is defined as a “successful” event and how the various parties can assist in the realization of this successful event.


There will be a dry run of the event itself.

Rationale

As with the undertaking of any major social event, it is important to brief all personnel and organization members involved in the execution of the event. Hosting an event briefing prior to the event itself and discussing all potential risks – and the expected response – can be very helpful. It is important to discuss the specific roles and responsibilities of organization members and hired security throughout the event as well.

NDSU Policy Reference

4.2

Willful failure to follow safety standards is prohibited.

Strategies

The event briefing is an opportunity for all parties involved in the hosting of the off-campus open or closed event to be able to clearly understand:· The official responsibilities of all parties (bartending service, professional security, third-party vendor, sober monitors, etc.) before, during and after the event.· Scenarios that have the potential for occurring at the event and specific strategies employed by the various parties involved in the event.

It would be helpful for the student organization to be able to articulate what is defined as a “successful” event and how the various parties can assist in the realization of this successful event.


If alcohol is present (4.3):


4.3.6

Have licensed professional bartenders been hired?

Rationale

The risk and liability increases exponentially when a student organization/Greek chapter chooses to serve as its own bartender for a closed event. For the greatest risk management of a closed event where alcohol is present (purchased, distributed, etc.), it is imperative that alcohol be served by only the licensed third-party vendor.

NDSU Policy Reference

4.2

Willful failure to follow safety standards is prohibited.

Strategies

Student organizations/Greek chapters should not, under any circumstances, hire friends or members of the organization to serve professional bartenders, regardless if they are licensed.

Licensed professional bartenders are held accountable for their clientele and their behavior through such legal jurisdiction as dram laws. However, it is also advantageous and recommended for the student organization/Greek chapter to host sober monitors (3.9 above) so as to monitor the behavior of guests at student organization/Greek events.


A copy of Certificate of Insurance has been obtained for the event and/or is posted in the event venue.

Rationale

It is imperative that NDSU student organizations/Greek chapters are utilizing third-party vendor facilities that have adequate insurance for the sponsoring of such events.

NDSU Policy Reference

4.2

Willful failure to follow safety standards is prohibited.


There will be an alternative non-salty food and beverage provided.

Rationale

While it is the legal right of all legal adults to consume alcohol, it is also important to remember those individuals who choose not to use alcoholic beverages at off-campus closed events. Alternative non-salty food and beverage should be available, either free or for purchase within the event venue.

Strategies

Be sure that organization members attending the event (attendees, monitors, etc.) are informed as to particular non-salty food items that are available at the event venue – for free or for purchase in the event venue.

Pretzels, potato chips, popcorn are considered salty snacks and physically motivate individuals to drink more liquids, albeit water, soda pop, or water. Adding ingredients/spices - such as Tabasco to the popcorn oil when making popcorn – also encourages individuals to drink more liquids. Knowing this, student organizations/Greek chapters should have alternative non-salty food and beverages available within the event venue.


Persons of legal drinking age will be identified by a specific wristband or stamp.

Rationale

It is against federal and state law, as well as University policy, to allow individuals under the legal drinking age to obtain alcohol, regardless of their organizational or Greek affiliation.

NDSU Policy Reference

4.2

Willful failure to follow safety standards is prohibited.


There are specific individuals assigned to check IDs at the venue entrance.

Rationale

The safety of University community members and their guests is paramount, whether the organization event is being held on or off campus. And although it is advised that professional security be secured (identified in 3.4 above), it also important for the organization also assume responsibility for the monitoring of its own event.

NDSU Policy Reference

4.2

Willful failure to follow safety standards is prohibited.

 

 


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Last Updated: Tuesday, July 16, 2013 8:59:11 AM