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Written by Megan Vanderslice
As with any other college campus, Miami University does have a drug scene. However, because the school is so big, it is easy to avoid it if it isn’t something you are interested in. Marijuana is the most prevalent drug on campus, but cocaine usage is also common among certain Greek houses. However, the students who use cocaine usually keep it hidden and don't do it that often.
The entire drug scene here is mainly done behind closed doors, except for the Miami students’ current addiction to Adderall. It is very common for a Miami student to purchase Adderall or Concerta from a friend who has a prescription for it. This drug is used on campus as a study aid rather than to go out with. However, when it comes to the drug scene, the most popular choice at Miami has always been and will always be alcohol.
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