From the Wisconsin State Journal (3/4/13):
A new UW-Madison alcohol policy would ban booze at events where less than two-thirds of guests are of legal drinking age and require a professional server at events with more than 50 people. It also would require that smaller events that feature booze be over in two hours and that all booze but beer be served in small, clear cups commonly used for serving wine.
The policy suggestions come from a 12-person task force of university officials and staff across campus that’s been meeting since last fall to develop a comprehensive set of guidelines and procedures. It was formed by vice chancellor for administration Darrell Bazzell during the fallout from the John Chadima scandal during the 2011-12 Rose Bowl trip.