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Written by Brittany Ferguson
Just like at any school, the first day of classes at Pueblo is spent going over the school rules. At Pueblo, one of the biggest rules that the administration tries to enforce is no alcohol. Pueblo is a dry campus, even for those who are 21-and-up. If students are caught drinking, the school will write them up and either ticket them or give them a warning. If students are caught with alcohol again, it's possible that those students will be kicked out of the school.
However, this is what is said on the first day of school. In most of the dorms, the RAs don’t care whether you’re drinking or not, as long as you keep the volume down. If you need more of a bigger party, there are parties every weekend down at Walking Sticks (the apartments on campus). It is more likely that you will get caught there, though, because all of the on-campus cops know about the parties. Also, there are no drugs allowed. The same consequences go for drugs as they do for alcohol. Another strict rule involves parking. If you don’t have a parking pass or if you park in a place you’re not supposed to, you will get a ticket, and there are people whose only job is to walk around the parking lots and write tickets—so don’t chance it. Alcohol, drugs, and parking are probably the main things on campus that get students into trouble.
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