January 8, 1996; Vol.120, Issue 1, pg. 16
By Thom Geier for U.S. News & World Report
How times have changed. At Pennsylvania's Bucknell University, an anti-drinking group called CALVIN & HOBBES (Creating A Lively, Valuable, Ingenious and New Habit Of Being at Bucknell and Enjoying Sobriety) has moved into fraternity row -- in the former house of Sigma Phi Epsilon, which exited campus after alcohol violations and financial woes. The 23 residents even threw a party to break in their substance-free digs. "We did have a keg," admits Matt Bellace, the group's founder. "A keg of root beer."