More colleges are moving to ban smoking in residence halls

Where there's smoke, colleges are gradually snuffing it out. Now they're

training their sights on residence halls, often the last bastions of tobacco on campus

. Those schools here that are hesitating might find encouragement in a new study from the Harvard School of Public Health. It argues that colleges should provide smoke-free housing to protect nonsmoking students from secondhand smoke.

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