“There were several fights,” Nayor said. “And then you have public urination, noise, disorderly conduct, people wandering into traffic and slapping cars as they walk by them. … Just a general lack of respect.
Appropriately, the city did a post-mortem about the OH-Fest to search for ways to reduce the drunkenness and hooliganism. However, there were no easy solutions. We can think of only one.
Peer pressure — condemnation by the majority of students who are well-behaved and those who work so hard for the success of the event — is probably the only thing that can make any real difference.
If the students don’t get a handle on this problem, the city just might do it for them by putting an end to what should be an annual success story.