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Well thats not entirely true. This is not the cocaine capital. I have not heard of anyone doing that. It is not that bad, they do not do drugs here like they might do somewhere else, yet I will not lie there is drugs here.
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Written by Bridget Murray
Drug use at Rollins is extremely popular. The most abused drugs are definitely alcohol, marijuana, and cocaine. Students even go as far as to say, “It snows at Rollins,” and by "snow," they mean coke. Most students at Rollins drink alcohol and party, but there are some groups of students who prefer not to drink. Drugs are easy to obtain at Rollins, and almost everyone knows of someone who sells drugs or who has drugs. Molly is popular among students when they go to concerts. Depending on whom you hang out with and what parties you go to, you might have a few encounters with people doing drugs during your time at Rollins. House parties are the no. 1 place to encounter drugs. Let's put it this way: if you want it, you can find it.
Adderall and other prescription ADHD medications are commonly used among Rollins students. Even if students don't have prescriptions, they find these medications when they have a lot of work to do, especially around finals time. Rollins students are known for experimenting quite a bit with drugs, and it might be because of the excess money students have to spend. Whatever the case, drugs are popular at Rollins.
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