Let’s be honest, there are only 540 billionaires in the US and I don’t recall Warren as a frequent visitor and he’s a Coke drinker besides. So the billionaire tag doesn’t apply. But for multi-millionaires getting loaded with the U approval, watching student-athletes perform and generate insane profits for the league and school while they get books, tuition and all the pizza they want - some booze driven encouragement seems perfect for this quandary. Why don’t we take 25% and place in a trust for graduates that face hardships later in life?I don't think that I read the article that you're referencing, so I'm not exactly sure by your wording what it was saying. Are you saying that the U wants the athletic department to stop looking the other way, i.e. enforce the alcohol-free zone? If so, Moos is going to need to push back against that because it's just not smart to tell billionaire donors that they can no longer have what they've been doing, and, oh, by the way ... would you be a dear and give us some more money?