According to the 1991 book Horrendous Death and Health: Toward Action :
Brown University students took significant action in 1984, before the Cold War thawing. The students voted to have the campus health center stock cyanide pills so they could easily commit suicide in the event of a nuclear war
and according to a Brown University webpage:
No, not really. They were making a dramatic and hyperbolic gesture about the dangers of nuclear holocaust, but they were not seriously hoping to have pills handy for use.
In any event, organizers say their aim is largely symbolic: they want people to equate nuclear war with suicide.
"There are words we hear talk about when people mention nuclear war: ...
No, this Huff Post article* which repeats the claim was corrected to say that it considers only University of California system:
Correction: [...] Language has also been amended to indicate that the article is considering the University of California system, and not the California State University system.
The University of California system indeed opened ...
Jewish students are overrepresented in Harvard compared to the percentage of Jews in the US total population, but the graph shown misleading and is based on wrong numbers.
The Graph is Misleading
Instead of showing the representation of different ethnicities compared to their percentage in the general population, which is what we are accustomed to see, we ...
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The question is not intended to show academic or any other kind of skills. It is a 'supplemental ...
October 22, 1984 WHAT WERE 1044 Brown University students trying to say last Friday when they voted that their university should stock cyanide pills to be used in the event of a nuclear war?
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TL;DR The ratio of ADHD to non-ADHD college graduation rates is approximately true according to the cited source. The generalization from source to claim may not be accurate.
The Medscape article references a study it refers to as the "Milwaukee Young Adult Study" for the claim. In this early longitudinal study, 239 children (158 hyperactive1 and 81 control)...