This story has caused quite a stir in this area:
A lot of the students are saying it's no big deal, it's something that's just a part of life. That's fine, but a yearbook is FOREVER. I mean, going through my mother's stuff (she passed away 7 years ago), we found her yearbooks. I know I've hung on to mine too.
What these kids aren't thinking of is when they are looking back 10, 15, 20 years later. Is that what they want to think about and see? Is that what they want to show their kids - "hey, look I got MIP'ed (Minor In Possession), so I really would be a hypocrite to try to tell you not to drink."
I can see why the students would think that's cool or funny to put in the yearbook, though. What I want to know is why the Faculty Advisor didn't set them straight and remove it!