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Written by Jessica Edmondson
Stress is part of the college experience. Often, this means drugs on campus, to help students deal with the stress. Or maybe just hanging out with friends and smoking marijuana. But surprisingly, there is very little drug activity on campus. Alcohol is more prominent and more often used. Drugs on campus are barely noticeable and very few students take part.
Among the drugs that are used on campus, students have been known to take prescription painkillers like Vicodin and study drugs like Adderall. Alcohol consumption is allowed in the dorms for people 21-and-up, but not in any common areas. If students are discovered drinking alcohol while underage, disciplinary action will be taken in the form of mandatory attendance at an alcohol education seminar for first-time offenders. Other disciplinary actions range from warnings to suspensions.
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